At St Augustine’s School we are proud of our diverse, caring community.
We are a Catholic School and we welcome local families from all faiths and backgrounds who are happy to support our ethos.
Prospective Parent Visits for
Parents of children born between 1 September 2017 and 31 August 2018 are invited to book an appointment to visit the school on one of the following dates:
Wednesday, 1 December – 10am & 2pm
Monday, 6 December – 10am
Wednesday, 8 December – 2pm
Wednesday, 5 January - 10am & 2pm
Monday, 10 January - 10am
Wednesday, 12 January - 10am & 2pm
Booking is essential, strictly limited and may be subject to change; we will notify you if this is the case.
Our visits involve an informal talk with our Academy Principal, Mr Crozier,
followed by a tour of the school.
Ofsted rated us “Good” in November 2015 with
“Outstanding” Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare.
“Pupils are very well cared for by all adults in the school, and so they feel completely safe and secure”
“Teachers have high expectations of what each pupil can achieve” – Ofsted November 2015
To speak to our Admissions Department, or to attend one of the above visits, please contact the School Office on 01892 529796 or email: Office@st-augustines-tunbridgewells.kcsp.org.uk
We have created a virtual tour of our Early Years for you to enjoy and gain an insight into the day to day activities of our children when they first enter
St Augustine's Catholic Primary School.
Click on the link to view https://vimeo.com/490723264
Please note that Supplementary Information Forms for Catholic Families do not currently need to be signed by a Priest. These forms are still required, however, and should be completed by parents and then forwarded to school by the above deadline; the school will verify your child's attendance at the place of worship indicated on your form. Please note, however, that we do still need to see a copy of your child's Baptism Certificate.
All of the above should be emailed directly to the School Office:
Every year schools and academies are required to review their admission arrangements. The aim is to ensure that the arrangements continue to be appropriate, and that they comply with all the relevant requirements, particularly the national code of guidance and the policy of the Archdiocese. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is consulting on proposed changes to the admissions policy for all schools within our Trust to take effect for school admissions for September 2022. That is the proposed changes will affect new applications for entry into any of our schools from 1 September 2022 onwards. In this case the consultation period will run from 27 November 2020 to 8 January 2021.
You can find further information about the proposed changes at the following link https://www.kcsp.org.uk/admissions-consultation-for-202223/ or by asking for a copy of the information at the school office.
In Year Admissions
To enquire about year group availability and waiting list procedures please telephone or email the School Office.
For “In Year” applications both the following forms should be completed and returned directly to the school.
If you are having difficulty in finding a school place for your child, please telephone the Kent In Year Admissions Team on 03000 41 61 11 who can advise you which local schools have places in each year group.