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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.

Please see headteachers comments for more of this story……..

Mr D Berry

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TEAM SG Literature Festival:

This year’s Summer Fest saw the school transform into an exciting world of literature. From choosing a faction in the Divergent Zone to a game of Quidditch in the Harry Potter Zone, students were inspired to appreciate the written word and experienced literature on a whole new level. Scientist re-constructed some of the Potter magic, ‘bug hotels’ in the Community Garden and so much more. A great day for all at the end of a successful term and school year’s work!

Movie Musical Extravaganza

Bug Hotel

Community Garden

Annual Prize Giving:

A very busy event with over 300 students receiving prizes. Guests arrived early and the Sports Hall was packed. Guest of Honour was Mr Ian Higginbotham Chairman of Cidari, his inspiring speech gave sound advice for the future to all the students. Mr Berry’s speech also offered guidance; developing our school ethos and the ‘15 gifts’ , that are special to our school. Many thanks to our guests and sponsors for making this a memorable evening.

Highlight of the night was the ‘Live link to New York’! The school visit took a proportion of the prize-winners, they were not left out however as they provided a ‘live’ introduction to a spectacular performance by our school dancers.

For the first time a Year 7 student won the Blackpool Palatine Rotary Student of the Year, Evelyn beat off stiff competition and proudly accepted the Trophy from Club President Gary Pretty.

Presidents Palatine Rotary Winner

 

Sports Day:

Lucky with the weather TEAM SG produced an exciting day of competition. As well as the traditional Athletic events we added a cardio fitness event and dodge ball.  Overall WINNERS were Durham College.

Durham Champions

Fire Cadets Passing out Parade:

After a year of learning new skills the Fire cadets had their official ‘Passing out’ Parade. The Deputy Mayor, Deputy Mayoress and ACO Russel from the Fire Service together with parents and staff celebrated their success.

Fire Cadets passing out parade

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York Lincoln Durham Chester Carlisle

 

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