St George’s supports safer internet day
Our Mission Statement
Believe – by Spiritual development/daily prayer time/visual signs/bible reading/mentor and pastoral guidance.
Achieve – through outstanding teaching and learning/personal targets/challenging goals/SEN support/Sport/physical skills/team building/learning mentors/tutor group.
Care – of a shared, safe and healthy environment/considerations of others/”walking the extra mile”/discipline with compassion/community and world view.
Welcome to St. George’s School
We would like to advertise and promote some great ADULT courses most of which are FREE!
Please take sometime to look at the different ones and take advantage of what’s on offer in this new project.
The Blackpool Council Wellbeing courses for Adult Learning (Pilot) start in January.
The attached link to the online brochure so that you can take a look at the range of courses that we currently offer:
Today St Georges is proudly supporting safer internet day please click on the attached link to find out more about whats going on https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2017
The College Council embarked on their annual training at the Pleasure Beach conference rooms.
Led by a very organised Council President Daniel Barber, the group completed team building activities to cement new Councillors to the group. This included word games, the human knot, minefield and Chinese drawings. All the activities needed excellent communication and team work.
Finally… in the last week before we broke up for half term, representatives from the Gideon Society came to St George’s and presented bibles to every year 7 pupil.
Terry Smith from the Gideons led the presentation in what is an annual event for the school. Terry was accompanied by long serving Gideon Mrs Luff and Mr & Mrs Cookson, who helped distribute the Bibles.
It was also a chance for our new Chair of Governors Mr Angus MacLeod to be introduced to the pupils, we look forward to him being involved in many more school activities where everyone can meet him.