On Monday 30th June the 1st XI played in the inaugural Trinity Schools’ T20 competition. It proved to be an amazing day as we ran out overall winners and also remained unbeaten! We beat Trinity, Reigate Grammar School and Epsom College.
College parents, grandparents, students and staff were delighted to watch the College 1st VIII achieve a memorable win at Henley Royal Regatta this morning. Acknowledged as being one of the youngest College crews ever to qualify for Henley, the boys took the lead from the start against Yarm School and eventually won by 5 lengths.
All members of the Senior and Chamber Choirs enjoyed their annual visit to Pizza Express in celebration of their commitment and hard work throughout the year. In an amazing feat, staff from the restaurant delivered seventy two pizzas and ice creams, all of which were consumed within an hour and half!
The mystery of what happened to the Princes in the Tower is one of the most enduring in English history. Year 6 pupils from the Junior School were invited by Mr Tiley, Head of History at the College, to try to solve this mystery.
On Monday the 23rd June pupils from Year Five and Six took part in an Able Writers' Workshop at the Junior School together with pupils from other local schools including Saxon, St James, St Anne’s and Our Lady, with award winning author, Ali Sparkes.
Students at, St George’s College, Weybridge, celebrated with excellent set of results in their GCSE and A-level exams last summer (2014).
Extracurricular activities at St George’s College, Weybridge are one of the most pivotal parts of student life. With a varied range of over 50 sports and other clubs and societies throughout, St George's ensures that it has a place for everyone in extracurricular College life.