The month of May is dedicated to Our Lady, Mary. To mark this, our Spiritual Life Committee led our annual May Procession where we crowned a statue of Our Lady with a garland of flowers. It was a reverent and moving act of worship. Thank you, as always, to Fr. Dermott for leading us in a decade of the Rosary and to the parents and pupils for the beautiful flowers.
God Save Our King
King Charles III Coronation Tea Party
End or Spring Term Assembly - Congratulations to all who received certificates.
World Book Day 2023- The children have had a great day celebrating all things books in their costumes. There were some amazing rock designs for the competition too!
KS2 bowling competition
St Georges bake off! We were so impressed with all of the cakes that were made and bought in to school today. Lot's of imaginative designs and creations. The judges had a great time tasting them all and they are all ready for the cake sale after school.
Remembrance Day At 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month we remember those who volunteered, sacrificed, served, fought and died, for our freedom. We will never forget. We will also remember you.
Autumn 2- Whole school Science investigation- Fizzy Colours. Each year group had fun exploring chemical reactions as part of our whole school Science investigation. We learnt that the bicarbonate of Soda and the vinegar reacted to create the foam.
October 2022 St. George's receives the Heritage Schools Award. Helen Spencer from Heritage England visited our school to present to us the 'Heritage Schools Award' for our work learning about the Local Area. This award was achieved thanks to the hard work of the children and teachers.
Year 5 & 6 Bikeability- Some chidren were lucky enough to have cycle confident training this week. They learnt how to be safe on the roads and ride confidently.
Mini marathon for schools-Some children in years 4, 5 and 6 took part in the 2.6mile run around the school. It was lovely to see so many children take part. A fantastic achievement for the five children that completed the course.
Yogabugs- We have begun to use yogabugs as part of our PE an well being across the year. The children thoroughly enjoyed taking part and it was a nice way to start our week.
Autumn 1 2022- Whole school Science investigation- Ice cream in a bag. Each year group had fun making Ice cream as part of our whole school Science investigation. It tasted good too!
Sports day- Well done to all the children at St George's for fantastic behaviour and teamwork during sports day. It was very close but well done to South America who won with 118 points.
5.07.22- Year 5/6 swimming gala. The children were fantastic at the swimming gala, they came 5th and showed great teamwork. More importantly that had a lot of fun.
24.06.22- International evening- An amazing day and evening celebrated by all the wonderful families that attend our school. It was lovely to see all the delicious food, smiling faces and everyone celebrating international day.
Year 5/6- Girls football. The girls in year 5 and 6 had a lovely time representing our school at a football competition celebrating the womens euros.
End of Autumn term assembly. Congratulations to the children chosen in each year group for amazing work this term and being fabulous role models for the school. We also had a number of children that received 100% attendance.
14th December Christmas Dinner - Thank you to our wonderful kitchen staff for providing us with such a lovely Christmas Dinner. We all had a great time!
EYFS & KS1 Nativity
6th December Homework Reward - This term 3 children from each of our Key Stage Two classes (Yr 3-6) were selected for their consistent effort with homework. As a reward for completing all of their homework and submitting it on time, for completing weekly Mathletics and Bedrock tasks and for having their Reading Record signed at least 3 times weekly they were taken to Hollywood Bowl and treated to a game of bowling and lunch. We are currently planning our treat for our homework reward for next term so make sure you are putting your best effort into your homework.
Mini Marathon. Some children in years 4,5 and 6 took part in the mini marathon which was 2.6 miles (7 laps around the school) It was lovely to have so much support from parents and the children had a great time.
A fantastic start to the term with lots of wonderful work being produced across the school. Here is a selection of work from all year groups that was shared in assembly.