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  • Kilburn Park Road, London,
  • NW6 5XA, 020 7328 0221

Key Information

Our latest inspection by Ofsted took place on 19th & 20th March 2019. 


We have since had a Teaching & Learning Review on 5th June 2019 led by Mary Thorne (LDBS) and Karen Mathews (Bevington Primary).

The overall summary from their findings were:

  • This was an effective school where pupils in all classes were learning.

  • Behaviour for learning was strong.

  • Relationships were well managed and there is trust and a supportive atmosphere in the school.

  • There is obvious progress in books from the time of the previous review in all year groups.

  • The wider curriculum is now being taught.

  • There was evidence of scientific enquiry being taught in lots of places and a significant reduction in the use of worksheets in Science.

  • Phonics was well taught and EYFS is a strength of the school.

Our Religious Inspection (SIAMS)

The latest inspection of the religious character of our school took place on 28th February 2017.  Our school was judged to be 'OUTSTANDING'. Click on the above link to read the report.

Key Stage 2 exam and assessment results - 2019 SATS

EYFS, Year 1 Phonics Screening and Key Stage 1 SATS assessment results - 2019

Special Educational Needs

If you would like more information about special educational needs or if you have any issues that you would like to discuss, please contact Mr Oliver Parsons, our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) or Miss Ruth Vince our Headteacher on 020 7328 0221.

Alternatively, ask at the office for the contact details of Mrs Cecilia Anim who is our SEND Governor.


Please see the SEND page in the Children section for full details and documents regarding SEN at St Augustine's. 

This document explains what the pupil premium is, how it has been spent and what effect it has had at St Augustine's.


Main barriers to educational achievement faced by some of the children at St. Augustine's are listed below:

Oral language skills (CLL) of children entering Nursery and Reception are generally below the expected level of attainment for their age

Pupils eligible for Pupil Premium are achieving lower levels of attainment than the cohort in most year groups.

- Emotional and social well-being. Lack of emotional stability can have a negative impact on the attainment and progress of pupils

- Lack of educational stimulus outside of the school

- Low aspirations for future education/careers

-Inconsistent progress of disadvantaged pupils over the past two years due to COVID-19 school closures and lack of devices/sharing devices with siblings


The date for the next review of the Pupil Premium Strategy is July 2022.

This document explains what the P.E. and sport funding is, how we are spending it and some of the outcomes for our pupils.
No union officials are currently employed at St. Augustine's CE Primary School.
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