St Augustine's CofE Primary School

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St Augustine Street, Manchester, M40 8PL


St Augustine's CofE Primary School

Believe, Achieve, Succeed

Yesterday, Year 3 and 4 performed the most amazing Bee Musical!

If you would like to watch it again, or missed it, follow the link below to view it on Google Drive...


Click here to watch 'The Bee Musical' by Year 3 and 4

Staying Safe Week

This week has been 'Stay Safe Week' in school.

The children have done lots of work on keeping themselves and others safe.

Lots of the children have been doing Bikeability and learning how to ride a bike safely.

On Friday the children were learning the importance of road safety. The class went out of school to practice crossing the roads safely.


Article 17: Every child has the right to reliable information from a variety of sources.

Article 24: Children have a right to a clean and safe environment to live in. All adults and children should have information about how to stay safe and healthy.

Look who was chosen to have hot chocolate with Ms Shah today!

Well done, we are so proud of you!

Young Voices 2023        Young Voices 2023

January 31st 2023 

Today Year 4 and Year 3 went to Young Voices!!

We had to leave school at 1.30pm and get the tram into Manchester. We arrived at the AO Arena and were shown to our seats. We then began our rehearsals with our conductor David Lawrence and all the musicians and artists who would be joining us for the show.

7.30pm SHOWTIME! We sang our hearts out and danced all night!

There were over 8000 children in the choir and we even recorded a charity single with Heather Small!

We are so proud to be a part of Young Voices 2023 

Follow the link to see photos and videos 

Article 14: You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs.

Article 30: You have the right to practice your own culture, language and religion

Friday 16th December - Christingle Service

Today we had our Christingle Service. Miss Wright and Year 4 told us what Christingle is and why we celebrate it each year. 

Christingle means 'Christs Light' and it is a symbol of the Christian faith. They are made up of different parts and each one is a symbol to remind us of something.

The orange represents the world.

The candle reminds Christians of Jesus who they believe to be the light of the world. 

The red ribbon goes all round the 'world' and being the colour off blood, reminds Christians that Jesus died ti save the world. 

The four cocktail sticks repesent the four seasons; Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. They have dried fruit to represent all the good things in the world. 

Each year has their own Christingle to keep in their classroom. 

Thursday 15th December - Christmas Party Day!!

Today was our Christmas Party! We had a very festive morning started off with singing Christmas songs together with the whole school in the hall! 

We designed our very own Christmas decorations that Miss Cookson then burned onto a piece of wood. 

Miss Rahman made Christmas biscuits with us, we had different toppings to decorate them! 

After lunch we played Christmas games in the hall with Year 4 and then had a lovely party in the classroom.

We received presents from the school, Miss Cookson, Miss Rahman and Miss Shannon!

We have had a very festive fun filled day!


The Stone Age and Ancient Egypt

06/12/2022 - Today our class held our very own assembly for the school and some of our parents and carers.

Our assembly was all about the Stone Age and Ancient Egypt. We wanted to share with everyone what we had learnt about each period.

We each had our own lines to learn as well as 6 songs which we practiced everyday!

We made props of the kind of tools that were used and even had some dance moves to master. 

We hope everyone enjoyed our assembly and now know some interesting facts about The Stone Age and Ancient Egypt.


Cinema Trip to The Printworks 

Article 31 Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of activities

10/11/2022 Today year 3 went on a trip to the cinema at The Printworks. We took the tram into Manchester City Centre and had a walk around the Christmas Markets at Exchange Square.

Miss Cookson treated everyone to Pancakes! Thank you Miss Cookson :) 

We then walked to The Printworks and into the Cinema where we were shown to our screen. 

We all made ourselves very comfy and sat back to enjoy Sonic the Hedgehog 2. 

Bring Yer Wellies! 

Monday 17th of October - Today our class went on our first trip of the year to Bring Yer Wellies. We spent the day with Melissa, Nigel and Fergus, learning about how rocks and fossils are made and what makes rocks erode. They also shown us how worms are the best help when making compost as they LOVE to eat rotting fruit and veg! We met their horses named Ricky and Freddy who live in a paddock on the grounds. 

During our visit we had a chance to work in teams to build a den and follow a treasure hunt answering questions along the way. Here are a few photos of our day in our wellies!

Article 17: Every child has a right to reliable information from a variety of sources.

School House Teams


This year Mr.Warran has introduced House Teams!

Each year has been divided in to teams.

Red Team Marcus Rashford MBE

Blue Team Lemn Sissay

Yellow Team Emmeline Pankhurst

Green Team L.S Lowry 

Each team represents a famous Mancunian!

Every pupil can earn house points throughout each school day from any member of staff! 

Friday 16th of September was our school take over day. 


We shared the role of Teacher throughout the day teaching different subjects. 


Here are a few photos of what we did...

Article 13 Children have the right to share freely with others what they learn, think and feel by talking, drawing, writing or in any other way.

Class Charity

Article 2: The Convention applies to every child without discrimination, whatever their ethnicity, gender, religion, language, abilities or any other status, whatever they think or say, whatever their family background.

Pupil Voice Groups 

Article 12 Every child has the right to have their voice heard.

Curriculum and Standards

Eco Group 

Ethos and Inclusion