St Agnes

St Agnes Primary School St Agnes Primary School

The family of St Agnes loves, learns and grows together as followers of Jesus.


It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the website of St Agnes Catholic Primary School.  St Agnes is a voluntary aided Catholic Primary School situated in the Parish of St Agnes’ Cricklewood, London borough of Barnet, under the auspices of the Diocese of Westminster.  We are an ‘all through’ primary school with a nursery unit on site.  All classes at St Agnes’ are of mixed ability and we are currently in an exciting phase of school expansion from the historic 1.5 forms of entry to 2 classes in each year.

The fundamental aim of our school is to be a high achieving Catholic community, living out the gospel values in all that we do.  Our mission statement ‘The family of St Agnes loves, learns and grows together as followers of Jesus’ is central to our existence and underpins every aspect of school life.

St Agnes’ is a very happy and successful school, where children are encouraged to give of their best at all times.  We recognise that each child is an individual and we work to ensure that the academic potential of each is met, whilst nurturing faith – therefore developing the whole child.

We are proud of our strong relationship with the Parish and the local community.  St Agnes’ is fortunate in having a dedicated group of parents, known as FOSA (friends of St Agnes), who work tirelessly to support our fundraising efforts to enhance the provision for all our children.  Partnerships with parents are essential and key to children’s success at school, thus the school actively encourages parental support in a variety of ways.

Excellent standards are achieved through high expectations, self- belief, support, challenge, encouragement and praise.  It is our aim to provide this for every child, enabling their primary school years to be a memorable experience, whilst equipping them with the desire, understanding, skills and confidence to be life- long learners and responsible citizens of the future.

We welcome visits to the school,  which can be arranged by contacting the school office or by telephone on 020 8452 4565.

Thank you,

Susan O’Reilly (Headteacher)

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