Official sponsors of the Ealing Mini Mile 2018
We are delighted to have St Augustine’s Priory, Ealing’s top performing Catholic, girls’ school as sponsors for the Ealing Mini Mile 2018.
Sports plays a huge part in development for children and St Augustine’s are fortunate to enjoy the benefits of space that 13 acres of grounds affords them, where a variety of sports are played and fixtures are held throughout the year on our astro-turf. There is a strong PE Department and they offer Sports Scholarships each year.
‘After a successful sporting weekend over 23rd and 24th September where we saw over 60 of our girls competing in the Mini Mile, I thought it was an apt opportunity to highlight the Sporting Prowess of our Sports Scholars’. Mrs Gosling, Director of Sport, tells us about the scholarship recipients here.
From the school website:
We are experts in educating girls. I am proud of our unique community in which girls have the courage and appetite to compete and the skills to handle triumph and disaster with dignity. We are a Catholic school which welcomes girls of all faiths – this means that girls leave us rooted in values which make them effective in their personal and professional lives.
Our girls are resourceful, intellectually engaged and outward looking. We pride ourselves on sending each girl out into the world armed with a life-long love of learning as well as with the self-knowledge and independent thinking required for her to take her place in the world. As a small school, we know each girl and want her to be true to herself.
Parents and girls often speak of the secure and happy environment here in which creativity, innovation and a rich inner life and spirituality are celebrated.
I am delighted that we are continuing to develop our unique and extensive thirteen acre site. We are pleased to announce that we have recently completed the first stage of an exciting three phase building development project. Full details are available here.
Come and visit us – experience first-hand our vibrant school community which focuses on the whole person, and ensures that each girl experiences an extraordinary range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities.
Mrs S Raffray MA NPQH