We want our children to learn the skills to achieve in life. These include:-
Problem solving. Reasoning. Communication. Self-awareness. Managing feelings. Motivation
Our children have goals to achieve. We want them to make the best of their skills and talents.
Our children develop belief not only in themselves but in their faith.
When we have the skills and belief in place and the goals are achievable we gain success. We want all our children to succeed.
What's going on at St George's Beneficial C of E Primary School
All last year's Year 6 and the current Year 6 are invited into school on Tuesday 28th November for the premier of their crime film...
Throughout July, Year 5 and 6 got the opportunity to film their crime drama film titled, ‘The Detective Game’. They had learnt their script and...
A group of Year 5 and 6 children began an after school project in May and June 2017, which looked in to how a local...
At St George's, we continuously strive for innovative and creative ideas to raise attainment. Exploring literacy through the medium of film is one such example...
Hugh Dennis did us the great honour of opening our new facilities on St George’s Day. He spoke highly of the school and its role in the community, acknowledging...
Life at St George's
Snapshots of student life at St George's
An Introduction to our Creative Partners
Feedback from our Parents & Students
I am pleased as a parent at a smooth transition, a settled year and amazing achievements that St George’s has helped Charlie achieve in her time here. Thank you
Thank you very much to all staff past and present that have helped Emily reach her full potential.
I can’t express enough how great the school is. Madison has learnt and grown into an outstanding pupil.
As parents we could not of asked for a better school for Harvey and we are all going to treasure his time here.
Mr & Mrs Frost
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