Welcome to Saint Augustine Webster Catholic Voluntary Academy. It is the largest Primary in the Catholic Diocese of Nottingham, having approximately 476 children on roll aged between 3 and 11.
We work in partnership with parents to provide a caring, secure and challenging environment, rooted in Gospel values, where everyone is valued and respected.
We have a reputation for high standards and are committed to ensuring that every child does the best he or she possibly can. We provide an experience that nurtures enquiring, confident and disciplined minds, and develops the whole child so that each one is prepared for future life.
Over the past two years we have focused on the development of Independent Learning, and exciting Creative Curriculum and Outdoor Learning. We have developed Learning and Resource areas around the academy, which enable us to deliver the curriculum more effectively and allow the children to learn more independently. The areas are stocked with a range of up to date technology, including I Pads, I Pods and laptops, as well as a wide selection of books. The areas facilitate different styles of learning, with soft seating areas as well as tables and chairs. Children use these areas independently during the school day. This innovative, 21st Century learning motivates children to become lifelong, independent learners. The impact of this has been realised in our excellent end of KS2 2015 results, which have exceeded Local Authority and National attainment.
We have achieved the Active Mark for Sports, International Award for our work with other countries, Healthy School Award, Green Flag Eco Award for our work on the environment, ICT Mark for our innovative use of Technology and St. John’s Ambulance Award for our First Aid work with the children.
Children from all faiths are welcome at Saint Augustine Webster where we celebrate and respect diversity. If you would like further information, please contact the academy.
At Saint Augustine Webster we are Happy in His Loving Care.
The school will aim to:
develop an awareness of God's love and presence in individual's lives and to elicit a response to that;
help pupils to develop a reasoned set of attitudes, values and beliefs allowing the individual to make sound and moral judgements in the light of personal commitment to the Lord, Jesus Christ;
make prayer, worship and liturgy valued experiences;
develop real links with home and parish;
create caring relationships with all those children and adults who are involved in the school.