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July News  2015

Our 2014/15 school year has come to an end.  A year which saw the school oversubscribed and continues to grow and thrive.  The work of all at St George’s has not gone un-noticed.  The staff, students and Governors have been stunning throughout.

Well done!

We will close on Friday 17th July 2015 at 12.15pm.  Lunch will be available for those wishing to take it before leaving.

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Mr D Berry

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Arts Show 2015

The  Performing Arts team took to the stage once again to bring a taste of the Movies to St George’s in their annual Summer Show.

The audience, were treated to a spectacular performance displaying the many talents of our outstanding performers. From Grease to Avatar, through to Hunger Games and High School Musical, Team SG wowed everyone with their professionalism and the variety of skills they showcased, which seems to grow and grow every year.

This year, for the first time, the show was very much in the hands of the students with a large number of them showing their talents off the stage; taking on choreography and backstage roles. This demonstrates how talented the students at St George’s are; their dedication and passion is shown in many different  elements of performance.

We would also like to say thank you to the pupils from Baines’ Endowed Primary School for being part of our show once again. You were amazing! We look forward to continuing the work between Baines’ and St George’s.

Miss Mitchell and Miss Ashworth want to say a huge well done to all of their wonderful students for their outstanding performance; you really are all such a pleasure to work with and every year you just get better and better. We really appreciate all your hard work and efforts and are so proud of all of you for what you achieved last night.

Bring on next year!

Shakespeare Showcase

St.George’s Shakespeare Showcase – More in the local and North West Press!

12 months ago ‘The Royal Shakespeare Company’ (RSC) hand selected St George’s to become part of a special cluster of schools to represent Blackpool.

Consequently, students have had the opportunity to work with specialist voice coaches, costume design and script writers. This has enabled our talented, young people to produce a spectacular piece of drama based on William Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado about Nothing.’

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St George’s Year 11​ 2015 -​ finished ‘school life’ in style!

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A ‘Prom’ celebration ​was held at ‘The Villa’ in Wrea Green, ​200 students and staff enjoyed an evening reflecting, chatting, ​eating and dancing together.
The students met at school in what is now a traditional manner – carriages of all shapes and sizes from Ferrari’s to just walking – anything goes!
The spectator area was full of parents, grandparents, siblings & friends – this may need to be a ‘​ticket only’​event next year!
Each arrival was greeted with cheers and applause as the smart suits and beautiful dresses were revealed. The party then travelled the short distance to Wrea Greenon executive coaches​.
Many thanks go to the many ​parents, family and friends​; not only for their preparations for the night –  but for their years as part of our ​TEAM SG!

Next Date: GCSE Results Day THURSDAY AUGUST 20th @10am!

 

Senior Prefects for 2015 -16

After much deliberation, voting, interviews and final decision making the Senior Prefect Team at St. George’s 2015/16 has finally been revealed!
Pictured here shortly after the announcement are the Team:
Snr Prefects 2015-16
Head Prefects: Kai Piper and Chloe Pound
Deputy Head Prefects:
Megan Langley, Bonnie Yiu, Ethan Briggs, Jack Webster
Assistant Head Prefects:
Megan Barker, Paige Salanki, Lewis Crewdson, Jake Burke
Senior Prefects:
Carmel Henderson, Jodie Toal, Tomika Rogerson, Anthony Dixon, Dewi Baliey, Keenan Clough, Cameron Clough
Games Captains:
Katy Shaw, Corey Moorhead
Dep. Games Captains:
Chloe Hammond, Nathan Salmon
Congratulations to all!

 

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