Former student Ben James conducts a very exciting orchestral concert in London on Saturday 2nd April at 7.30pm at St Michael and All Angels Church, Bath Road, London W4 1TT. The programme includes Dvorak Symphony No 9 ‘from the New World’, Mozart’s The Magic... Continue Reading
Members of the vocal group Men Only met heroes and aliens at a concert given by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra at Bristol’s Colston Hall with Mr O on Thursday 17th March. An amazing concert of film music with scores from Nemesis, Star Wars, Dr Who and Alien to name but... Continue Reading
Following on from the two draws against John of Gaunt and Clarendon, Lavington were next to play against the boys. After a very high tempo but scrappy start, Liam opened up the scoring calmly placing the ball into the back net around 15 minutes into the match. This theme... Continue Reading
Congratulations to Clover Kayne (voice, Yr.12) who is the 25th St Augustine’s Young Musician of the Year winner. Catherine Gurr (harp, Yr.12) runner up and Nicole Medin (piano, yr.8) most promising performer. Thank you to past winners Dominic Irving (piano, 2014), Laura... Continue Reading
Currently St A’s boys and girls swimmers are at Clarendon for the West Wilts Swimming Gala. Heading into the second half of the West Wilts Swim Gala St A’s are in a strong position with 170 points, with all swimmers looking forward to the finale relays. Come on St.... Continue Reading
At 7.00pm on Thursday 25th June 1992 in the College hall the first ever St Augustine’s Young Musician of the Year Final took place. The 35 auditions that year were squeezed into lunchtimes and musicians from our local community came in to hear our students. Still to this day the... Continue Reading
Many congratulations to Vincent Ling (YEAR 11), who last night (Sunday 13th March 2016) won the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe’s Junior Intercollegiate Piano Competition in London’s Steinway Hall. Vincent represented the Royal College of Music Junior Department and performed... Continue Reading
We, the year 12 geography class, ventured out to the depths of the Cornish coastline, battling the wind, rain and the lobsters, to try and find a decent fish and chips (whilst also collecting riveting data from local residents). Our first stop was Watergate Bay, a place much less... Continue Reading
On Tuesday 23rd of February, a group of around 50 year 11s ventured off to the modest Everyman Theatre in charming Cheltenham, accompanied by Mr. Kenrick, Miss Rowlatt-Weston, Mr. Powell, Mrs. Delport, Mr Spicer and Mr Scarfe to watch a theatre production of John Steinbeck’s... Continue Reading
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