Notice: We are delighted to announce that Graham Warnock has been appointed as Headteacher.
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
The Board of Cidari Education and St George’s Local Governing Body are delighted to announce that following a thorough interview process Graham Warnock has been appointed as Headteacher for St George’s School – A Church of England Academy.
I am sure that you will want to join with us in wishing Graham many congratulations on his success and we are looking forward to working with him.
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Rev Helen – School Chaplain – reports on theCarlisle Pentecost Service:
Let’s go fly a kite….
The recent windy days in Blackpool have provided students at St. George’s School with the perfect opportunity for a spot of kite flying to celebrate the Christian Festival of Pentecost which marks the birth of the Church.
Over 100 students from years 7, 8 and 9, in Carlisle College gathered on the sports fields at the School to take part, some of whom had made their own kites. The wind did not disappoint and soon sent kites swirling.
This spring students from St George’s are fortunate to have the opportunity to take part in a prestigious county-wide reading scheme to enhance their love of reading. This year sees our first participation in the Lancashire Book of the Year scheme as a shadowing school. Our youngsters, ranging from year 7 to year 10, meet weekly, having read a book from the top eleven list of previously shortlisted fiction books, to discuss and judge.
Pupils have worked hard and enjoyed St George’s Week once again this year. Over £1200 has been raised for the Brain Tumour Research Charity. Not only have we our own Sunny Gohil who has recovered a brain tumour recently also we have pupils with family members suffering at the moment.