IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARENTS
UPDATE 8TH MAY - St George’s is coming home. From Monday 11th May we will no longer be operating from the Parish Hub. As we continue to work, within Government guidelines, with our key worker and vulnerable children, we will be based back at our Tylney road abode.
In the meantime, our dedicated teaching and support staff continue to make our school environment positive and productive.
This is certainly uncharted territory and we are so proud of how our pupils have stayed so resilient and positive. To this end, we wish you all well. We all need to stay positive and take responsibility in looking after and being kind to each other.
SEN enquiries should be directed to the SEND Department in the usual way.
If you have any safeguarding or well-being concerns, please email our Safeguarding Lead in the usual way.
If you have a concern and believe a child may be at immediate risk of harm please call:
• 999 or 112 if someone is in immediate danger
• 101 for concerns that do not require an emergency response
You can also contact the following organisations that have a dedicated helpline and websites giving advice on a wide range of topics:
NSPCC telephone 0808 8005000
Childline telephone 0800 1111
Samaritans telephone 116 123
Welcome to St George’s CE Primary
A flourishing fellowship: learning together with God by our side.
At St George’s we are proud to be one family of lifelong learners who know that they are special to God. Our family is built upon a strong sense of belonging and mutual respect. Our community gives our children the freedom to flourish and succeed.
At St George’s we are learning today for a better tomorrow for our neighbours, our world and ourselves. Ours is a curriculum that encompasses the whole child, inspiring each one to flourish academically, spiritually and socially. This is achieved through the strength of our teaching, fellowship and pastoral care. The foundation and character of our vision and mission is the life transforming power of love (I John 4.13). Within our loving community, we therefore promote a culture of forgiveness, which places equal weight on forgiving others and recognising the need of this ourselves (Matthew 6.14). So we live our lives full of hope, informing our aspirations (Romans 8.24). We are proud of our achievements and grateful for our blessings, giving thanks at all times (Psalm 107.1). Consequently, we develop strong relationships of trust with everyone in our community (I Corinthians 12.25-27). The result of this is a fellowship of faith, hope and love (I Corinthians 13.13).
The virtues we therefore practise, promote and prioritise are love, forgiveness, hope, thankfulness, trust and fellowship.