Life at St George's College - through the School Captains' eyes

At the end of September, the four College Captains headed down to St George's Junior School to share their experiences of what life at the College is really like.

As the Junior School children listened on enthusiastically, the four Captains - Archie, Libby, Sasha and Matt - regaled them with the wonderfully wide range of opportunities they have available to them at the College.

The College students discussed academic projects and their favourite subjects, the vast array of extra-curricular activities on offer, as well as going into detail about drama, music, art, sports and some incredible, once-in-a-lifetime, school trips to look forward to once the children join the college.

The Captains also talked at length about the incredible community life at the College, how there are so many community outreach programmes that students can take part in, such as Kennedy Club, The Clubhouse Project and the spectacular trip to Lourdes. 

The Junior School pupils were amazed by some of the opportunities they heard about and were eager to find out more for themselves.

10 October 2018

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