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  • 17 MAR

    ​Great netball by our Under 11 girls

    ​Great netball by our Under 11 girls

    Playing at the Under 11 IAPS* National Netball Finals that took place on Saturday 14 March 2015 at Roedean School in Brighton, the girls from St George’s Junior School, Weybridge put on a great performance.

  • 17 MAR

    Favourite book characters come to life on World Book Day

    Favourite book characters come to life on World Book Day

    St George’s Junior School, Weybridge was invaded on 5 March 2015 by excited children and staff as they celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite book characters - a tiger which came to tea, Fantastic Mr Fox, Snow White and the seven dwarfs, Harry Potter and Gangster Granny to name but a few.

  • 17 MAR

    Well done girls – U11 GIRLS’ HOCKEY REGIONAL CHAMPIONS

    Well done girls – U11 GIRLS’ HOCKEY REGIONAL CHAMPIONS

    ​Last Thursday (12 March 2015), girls at St George’s Junior School, Weybridge became Under 11 regional hockey champions.

  • 16 MAR

    Year 5 and 6 children visit The Guardian newspaper in London for a writing workshop

    Year 5 and 6 children visit The Guardian newspaper in London for a writing workshop

    Last Friday (13 March 2015), a group of talented writers from Years 5 and 6 at St George’s Junior School, Weybridge made the journey to The Guardian Newspaper Education Centre in King’s Cross to participate in a workshop for budding journalists.

  • 13 MAR

    St George’s Junior School, Weybridge: NEWS STATEMENT 13 March 2015

    St George’s Weybridge can confirm that a fire took place on the roof of a building under construction at St George’s Junior School in Weybridge late this morning (Friday 13 March 2015). The building is in a separate compound under the control of our building contractor and no school personnel or children were in the vicinity. Everyone within the School was evacuated quickly, the emergency services are attending and it can be confirmed that there are no injuries to pupils, staff, visitors or building workers. The emergency services and School have allowed children back into class this afternoon and school is continuing normally, whilst allowing parents to collect their children early should they so wish. The Headmaster, Mr Antony Hudson, took the normal Friday assembly soon afterwards for all the older children. The Chief Fire Officer was able to explain to them that fires like this are extremely rare and that he was very impressed by the manner in which they conducted themselves very safely. Mr Hudson said: “While this has come as a great shock, I am very relieved that not a single person was hurt in any way and I am particularly grateful to my colleagues and the emergency services for dealing with the situation so professionally. All the children have returned to class and we very much look forward to seeing them again on Monday morning for business as usual.”

  • 13 MAR

    Winners of the Under 11 Girls' Regional Hockey Tournament

    Winners of the Under 11 Girls' Regional Hockey Tournament

    The girls from St George’s Junior School, Weybridge have won the Under 11 Regional Hockey Tournament, held on 12 March 2015 at Woking Hockey Club, beating Danes Hill in the semi-finals and St Thomas’ Clapham 2:1 in the final. A wonderful achievement!

  • 10 MAR

    Science visit to Royal Holloway University finishes off with radio broadcast

    Science visit to Royal Holloway University finishes off with radio broadcast

    ​A couple of days ago (7 March 2015), a selection of Year 6 children from St George’s Junior School, Weybridge visited Royal Holloway University for an interactive Science Day.

  • 09 MAR

    Under 11 Regional IAPS Netball Tournament at Roedean

    Under 11 Regional IAPS Netball Tournament at Roedean

    St. George’s Junior School U11 netball team had an early start on Thursday 5 March 2015 as they travelled down to Brighton to Roedean School for the U11 Regional IAPS netball tournament.

  • 09 MAR

    ​Chertsey Museum Workshop - The Battle of Agincourt 1415

    ​Chertsey Museum Workshop - The Battle of Agincourt 1415

    Last week, Chertsey Museum organised a wonderful workshop for History Club to mark the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt (Azincourt).

  • 09 MAR

    Medieval banquet is a feast of colour

    Medieval banquet is a feast of colour

    It was lovely seeing the children of Year 1 of St George’s Junior School, Weybridge eat, drink, dance and tell jokes in true medieval court-style - all dressed up in fine and colourful clothes whilst at their recent medieval banquet. The medieval banquet re-enactment – what a great way to learn about history!