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Pupils on fast track for a career in railway engineering

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Independent educational charity, The Smallpeice Trust has joined forces for the fifth year running with Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF) to give 1200 students from across the country the opportunity to participate in free Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) Days.

St George’s School students put their design, technology, engineering and maths talents to the test in a unique one-day railway engineering challenge. The students were faced with a railway disaster scenario, where an earthquake had occurred and part of a railway track destroyed leaving a village stranded on one size of a gorge without transport to get aid supplies across.  The 13 and 14 year old students had to come to the rescue by completing two challenges.  The first saw them building a new bridge in order to repair the damaged section.  The second part was to design and build a service vehicle to transport support aid as quickly as possible from one end of the repaired bridge to the other without derailing. Teams were then judged on cost, stability and aesthetics of their bridge and vehicle.

The school’s Director of School Community and Careers, Tina Milner said: “We were delighted to be given this opportunity to demonstrate how the taught elements of science, design and technology are implemented through engineering in the outside world. The students taking part have been really encouraged by this experience and are inspired to work harder within the fields of STEM to achieve their future goals.”

Smallpeice Education Officer, Dylan Cozens who led the day commented: “With new networks being planned and with work to do on an ageing railway infrastructure, this STEM Day was aimed at giving students a taste of the railway engineering sector. The students’ enthusiasm as they developed their creative thinking, problem [...]

Press Release : GCSE Results 2014

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St George’s School are extremely pleased with our results in a year that predicted the greatest level of volatility to exams in the history of Education.  Early warnings from Government and Examining bodies of a fall in results and a more difficult process did not stop Team SG recording an improvement on last year and our best set of results since becoming a Church of England Academy.

The headline figure of 5A*-C including English and Maths is 51%.

Top performing subjects are Maths, Art, Music, Health Studies, Geography, English Language and English Literature.

All of this success was achieved during a difficult and ever changing educational landscape.  Well done to all staff and students you deserve this.

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