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 our vision is that our children will flourish, succeed and experience life in all its fullness. This is inspired by Jesus's words in John 10:10 - "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full".


The virtues we practise, promote and prioritise are love, forgiveness, hope, thankfulness, trust and fellowship.

Who we are

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).



Read our latest OFSTED report here...

  • We are a family of schools that deliver Life -Transforming - Learning.
  • Big enough to support but small enough to care, plus we have a proven track record of turning sponsored schools around.
  • In our schools, every learner flourishes, regardless of their background or starting point.
  • We believe every community deserves an effective school, and bring the diligence and security to make that happen.
  • Our schools all have their own identity based around the communities they serve, but also benefit from the opportunities we bring as a Trust.
  • Many of our schools are Church of England schools, and the Trust is founded on Christian values. To us that means celebrating individuals, embracing differences and welcoming staff and children of all cultures and of all religions (or none).
  • We recognise the importance of diversity and talent, where differences are valued and enhanced whilst delivering equity of opportunity as part of our inclusive culture.
  • We care about and educate the whole child, combining an excellent education with a firm moral grounding so our learners can give back to their communities.


We have TWO halls for long-term Hire

  • X1 Studio type room with large mirror and barre (54ft x 33ft)
  • X1 Hall (54ft x 33ft)
  • On-site parking
  • Sound system, large screen and lighting
  • Disabled facilities inc lift and toilets
  • Kitchen preparation area, sink, water access
  • Tables and chairs
  • Large wall Mirror and barre

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If you are interested, please liaise directly with the School office.



Further to our recent correspondence, please see this campaign for Action Against Abduction and called,  'Clevernevergoes'.   

Click the images below to visit safe4me.com and clevernevergoes.org

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Click here to see some videos we made in the lockdown!

Updated Policies
Policies updated in accordance with the Aquinas Trust

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Free School Meals


Free School Meals

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St George's Church of England Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all personnel and volunteers to share this responsibility. Please also see our Safeguarding page. The school have policies and procedures in place that contribute towards our safeguarding commitment, including our ‘Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy’ which can be viewed under our ‘Policies’ section.

YouAreNotAlone If you're suffering from domestic abuse you can now seek immediate help and support using the Ask for ANI codeword at participating pharmacies. Find out more here.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is Mrs Jennifer Francis (Headteacher).  Our Designated Deputy Safeguarding Lead  (DDSL) and Designated Teacher is Mrs Hazel Murphy (Assistant Headteacher).  Also part of the schools's safeguarding team is Mrs Carrie Sawyer, our Family Worker, and Mrs Michelle Fahey, our SENDCo.

To contact the safeguarding team and for any safeguarding concerns and queries, please email safeguarding@st-georgesbickley.bromley.sch.uk.  This email address is checked daily during school term time.