We place the highest priority on the value of each individual and recognise that students perform best in a supportive, safe and welcoming environment appropriate to their stage of development.
We encourage the boys to have a caring and positive view of masculinity with an important focus on quality relationships in all facets of their lives, with an expectation for all boys to model the values clearly enunciated by our Patron, St Augustine.
St Augustine's is a safe school, where the health and welfare of our students is vital. Current policies represent our zero tolerance to bullying and drugs. As part of this commitment our Peer Mediation, Peer Mentoring and Anti-Bullying policies, are well established and effective. At the core of our Student Welfare Programme is a team of dedicated professionals who individually monitor the well-being of each student as well as providing, where appropriate, consultation and feedback to parents and staff. In a newly built, dedicated and innovative Student Welfare Centre, students have full time access to a registered College Psychologist, the Head of Student Welfare and a Family Liaison Officer.
Also offering support and guidance are our Student Formation Leaders, Tutors, the student’s relevant Deans, as well as our Augustinian Chaplains, Careers Advisor and dedicated teachers.
"All should not be given the same medicine, although all need the same love" (St Augustine)