Second Sunday of Advent – 10 December 2017

St Augustine’s RC High School Garden of Peace

The Young Enterprise Group at St Augustine’s is raising funds to develop a ‘Garden of Peace’, which will be located at the main entrance and will commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I in 2018.  It will be a spectacular visual experience for visitors to the school and will provide a space where people can reflect, think creatively and develop their spiritual awareness.

St Augustine’s would like to offer you a unique and special opportunity to purchase a paving stone which will be laid on our ‘pathway to peace’ in the garden.  Each paving stone will be professionally engraved with your name, family name or an inspirational quote. You may wish to purchase an individual stone for each family member, one stone depicting your family name, for example, ‘The Smith Family’ or stones with quotes about peace engraved on them. The quotes will require larger paving stones.

We welcome corporate sponsors and our School Chaplaincy Group have decided that it would be fitting for sponsors’ names to be part of a wonderful piece of artwork that has been designed by pupils.

Further information about the project and online purchase information can be found on the school website  This is a community project and the school would be grateful of any skills, sponsorship or general support that you would like to offer. If you would like to help or make suggestions about the project, please contact the school via email or by telephone through the main office 01254 823362.

If you are in contact with any members of the school community personally, through social media or in any other way; please tell them about the project.  When St Augustine’s celebrated 50 years of outstanding Catholic education they were overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and commitment of the school community, both past and present.

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