Who We Are
We want all of our community to have equal opportunities to experience Life in all its fullness (John 10:10).
We are a highly Inclusive, voluntary aided, Church of England school. Which takes a unique trauma informed approach to student behaviour, engagement and wellbeing. We provide our young people with a world-class, work-related learning experience which results in outstanding outcomes and employment destinations.
This vision drives us to constantly seek ways in which we can positively impact on the life chances of our students. In practice, this is achieved through building on our three distinct approaches to inclusion, behaviour and work-related learning destinations.
We were founded in 1870 by the parish of St Augustine, Kilburn through Fr. Kirkpatrick the first vicar and Mother Emily Ayckbown of the Community of Sisters of the Church.
Today the school maintains its strong links with the parish and the local community. We are a co-educational fully comprehensive 11-19 school. Actively welcoming students whose heritage is from all over the world, whatever their background, belief or ability level. Diversity is our strength and it is embraced and celebrated here. All members of our community work hard to provide a caring, safe, positive and happy learning environment.