We were delighted to welcome hundreds of people to our College Open Morning on a sunny Saturday 24th September.
All at St George’s Weybridge are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty The Queen, and our thoughts and prayers go out to her family at this difficult time. The Queen has been a symbol of strength, service and faith for the Nation for over 70 years. We will be mourning her death and honouring her life at the Junior School and the College by lowering our flags to half-mast, sharing a special assembly with all pupils and students and remembering her extraordinary life around our campuses. Our planned events will, at this time, continue.
During August, RE Teacher Alex Macpherson took on an incredible challenge with his friend John Paynter. Over a week, they cycled the 500 miles of the Welsh Coast cycle route. Despite challenging weather conditions, the ride was full of highlights, peaking with a dolphin display in Cardigan Bay while they enjoyed a post cycling swim. Here, Alex share his reflection of a his and John’s (Jono, as Alex calls him) experiences as they cycled hundreds of miles to raise £5,000 for a Leprosy Care Centre in Zimbabwe.
St George’s GCSE students have had a brilliant year, with over 98% of all papers awarded 9-6s (A*-B) and 99.8% of all papers achieving 9-4s (A*-C).
“I am absolutely delighted with the superb results our students have achieved,” reflected Headmistress Rachel Owens on this year’s A Level results and the first public exams sat for two years. “They are our best public exam results on record! Well done indeed - to them and their dedicated and talented teachers.”
Labor Amoris is hot of the press in time for the end of the academic year!
Keep reading this summer with our Librarians' fantastic reading lists.
At the end of May, we were incredibly proud to have Cllr Margaret Harnden, Mayor of Runnymede, officially unveil our most ambitious green project to date, and one that will have the largest impact on reducing our carbon footprint: a Ground Source Heat Pump System.
We are preparing for a busy few weeks of community projects. From tending growing vegetables to entertaining Whiteley Village’s elderly residents; Junior School pupils and College students will be completing a programme of 22 projects between 6th and 17th June.
Get lost in our librarians' recommended reads this Easter.