Georgians of the week shake things up with political shenanigans

In a week packed full of political shenanigans, this week’s Georgians of the week (15 June) helped bring some order to proceedings at St George's College.

Two Sixth Form students (pictured below) and one First Year student, Oliver Hepden (not pictured), helped Head of Politics, Dr Clayton, deliver a special politics lesson on North Korea for some of our Year 5 pupils from the Junior School.

The College students took part in games with their Junior School counterparts, they engaged in topical debates and gave a helping hand when needed. In doing all of this, they modelled what it is to be an excellent student at St George's College.

The students gathered in the Orchard Hall with Dr Clayton and Mr Kendall-Daw, Deputy Head Staff, for a doughnut and some hot chocolate - a just reward!

Well done to all three students.

18 June 2018

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