Tudor Day

Never has so much velvet been seen in one place at one time, as at St George’s School on Tudor Day. The school was awash with little Tudor kings, queens and noblemen all gathered together to learn about the time of King Henry VIII. Led by musician and historian Richard Read more…

Bikeability

On Wednesday 7th November the school took part in a Bikeability course. The children brought their bikes to school, had fun and learn lots of skills. The beginner class saw children learn how to ride their bikes with the help of their parents. The intermediate class learnt some important skills Read more…

National Heroes Day

On Friday, 19th October we took part in the second Official National Heroes Day.  All children in the School dressed up as their heroes and donated £1 to the Charity Help for Heroes.  Our heroes included Nelson Mandela, Florence Nightingale, fire fighters, doctors and many more.  The children from the Read more…

Bedfordshire Festival

Last term we took eight children to the Bedfordshire Festival of Music, Speech and Drama. After last year’s fantastic success when we entered our oldest pupils, this year we decided to take the children from across the school, some as young as Year 2. We were so proud of the Read more…