School News


  • Lost Property

    Collection of Lost Property

    As we come closer to the end of the autumn term, we encourage parents/carers of pupils who believe that their child may have misplaced or lost any items (particularly coats, jackets, glasses, water bottles and PE kits), to ask their child to come to the School Reception to look for their lost property.

    Please note that any lost property left in the school over the Christmas holidays will be given to charity or disposed of.
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  • A Level and BTEC students celebrate places at top UK universities

    St George’s Catholic School is delighted to share the outstanding results achieved by our A Level and BTEC students in summer 2022. The success of our students this year is testament to their hard work, resilience and dedication, together with that of the staff involved. Head of School, Cathal Gregory, expressed his immense pride at the results and commended both pupils and staff for their hard work this year. “This current cohort of pupils have had to endure an unprecedented two years of disruption and uncertainty and have come out the other end with excellent results.
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  • School Magazine

    Our school magazine is published termly and is called 'The Dragon'. 

    Summer 2021 Edition
    You can also view an interactive version here 
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  • Letters Home

    Copies of letters sent home can be found here. This includes the plans for reopening in September 2020 which you can read below

    Reopening Plan September 2020


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  • Black History Month 2022

    All Year groups to have assemblies looking at how far Black History has progressed in recent years
    Year 7 to have workshops looking at the Windrush Generation and learn about the experience of migrants
    Year 8 to have workshops looking at the impact of Black British people in the Middle Ages and Tudor period.
    Year 9 will be studying the history of Notting Hill and will have a walking tour when the weather improves!
    Year 10 to visit the British Library and look at the diaries of the Windrush generation
    All Departments will be sharing their 'Black Department Heroes' with their classes
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  • Target Setting Day 2022

    Target Setting Day for parents of Years 7-11 During the first school term we hold a Target Setting Day when stretching targets are set for your child to help them focus their efforts. Targets for achievement have already been set in every subject and provide the starting point for discussion. We will measure progress against the benchmarks we set and report to you regularly over the coming academic year. We are inviting you to attend our Target Setting Day on Friday 21st October 2022.
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