Children in Need

Friday 18th November was Children in Need day. The children donated £1 for coming to school in non-uniform and this along with our traditional cake sale raised just over £179. Thank you to everyone who donated and bought cakes for this great cause.

Leaves

Leaves of many colours have been falling in our playground for the last few weeks and we decided to make the most of this beauty in our own artwork. These leaves are now owl’s wings and hedgehog’s spikes. Look out for these little creatures next time you are walking around Read more…

Autumn Hunt

The weather may not have been kind to us but we weren’t going to let a little bit of rain ruin Friday’s Autumn hunt. Prepared for every eventuality, the whole school donned wellies, woolies and waterproofs and our eager group of nature seekers headed for the Blows Downs. Each child Read more…

Documentary production

This term the Year 5 and 6 children have been turning their hands to documentary making. They have gained an understanding of every part of the process from researching their chosen subjects and investigating camera angles to interviewing staff and children and perfecting their presentation styles. We’re looking forward to Read more…

Welcome baby Aoife

Baby Aoife arrived too quickly for us to throw Leanne a baby shower so the older girls decided to arrange a baby welcoming party instead! It was such a joy to spend the afternoon with our guests of honour and see them both doing so well. All the children had Read more…

Harvest Time

Harvest Time at St George’s School is always quite an occasion, as all the children learn where their food has come from and how lucky they are to have enough to eat. The older children have talked about the food bank and various Harvest themed activities have taken place lower Read more…

Healthy living lessons

In Years 3 & 4 we have been looking at healthy living and balanced diets during our Science lessons. The children have been split into groups and are working as ‘personal trainers’ for different ‘clients’. Over the past few weeks we they have been studying the amount of fruit and Read more…

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

In a society where there is ever increasing concern and information about looking after the environment, this year we decided it would be valuable and important to teach our children about how they can contribute to their environment. This topic will be covered in a variety of ways: through providing Read more…

Team Building!

For the next two weeks we will be integrating some exciting, practical problem solving time into our curriculum.  During these sessions the children will be guided to solve a variety of problems in mixed age groups from Reception to Year 6. The problems will be designed to stretch children’s thinking skills and and encourage leadership Read more…

School Council Elections

The elections for the School Council this year were held last week. Each class elected two members to become their representatives on the Council. The children each gave their reasons as to why they should be voted in and we all enjoyed listening to their proposals. After the votes were Read more…