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St Agatha's Catholic

Primary School

Learning Together in God's Love

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St Agatha’s Catholic Primary School is a school situated at the north end of Kingston Upon Thames and near to Richmond Park in the Archdiocese of Southwark. The school provides an education for mainly, but not exclusively, Catholic children aged 3+ to 11 years.
Approximately 32% of our pupils are non-Catholic, with backgrounds of other world religions, or no faith. 
 

There are two main separate points for admissions, for Nursery at 3+ and then for Reception at 4+. Where parents are looking for mid year placements in any other classes we are able to offer these where class sizes are less than 30. A place in the Nursery does not guarantee a place in Reception and families have to apply separately for a Reception place.
 

We are happy to answer any queries that you may have about admission to St Agatha's. 
Please contact Sharon Parsons on 020 8546 3879 or email office@stagathas.school

Hear from our pupils

St Agatha's was ranked 184 in the Top 250 State Primary Schools in England, featured in the Sunday Times, out of over 16,000 primary schools across England.  
"Schools are ranked by the aggregated average scaled scores achieved by children in reading, grammar and maths from SATs . Where scores are tied, the number of pupils achieving these results is used as a separator"
November 2020 - The Sunday Times List
Which Secondary Schools do St Agatha's children go to?
BoysGirlsCo-ed
Richard Challoner (feeder school)The Holy Cross                          The Kingston Academy
Tiffin SchoolUrsuline High SchoolTeddington School
Wimbledon CollegeTiffin Girls' SchoolGrey Court School
The London OratoryGumley House Convent  
Coombe Boys' SchoolCoombe Girls' School 

Obligation to Attend Mass

From the 18th March 2020 through to the 5th June 2022 the Bishops of England and Wales suspended
the obligation to attend mass in England and Wales. As of the 5th June 2022, Pentecost, the
Bishops will lift the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days. Parents applying for a place
at St Agatha’s School, under a faith based criteria, will need to complete a Supplementary Information Form.

Evidence of practice will be measured by frequency of attendance at Mass as validated by either a priest
or minister, as was the case prior to 18th March 2020. These arrangements apply to the admissions
round for 2023 and subsequent rounds.
Statement from the Diocese of Southwark

 

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