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May News  2015

It is hard to believe that Year 11 have now started their GCSE exams. Where has the time gone?  Have they done enough revision?  Have we helped them enough?  Will the grade boundaries be secure?  Only time will tell.  However, preparation is power and we wish them all the best as they make for the finish line.

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

Mr D Berry

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B&FC Open Day

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Invitation to B&FC Open Day

Saturday 6 June 2015

10.30am-2.00pm

Students and their families are invited to attend.

Students can:

  • Find out about all of the different courses on offer
  • Seek advice from our expert tutors
  • Speak to current students about College life
  • Take a tour of the campus
  • Find out about opportunities for employment

Where?

BISPHAM CAMPUS for the majority of our Further Education courses

UNIVERSITY CENTRE for our Degree/Higher Education courses* and all Creative Arts Courses.

(*with the exception of Computing, Engineering, Construction and Automotive)

How to Book:

Potential students/visitors can pre-register by following this link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bfc-open-day-all-courses-tickets-17003606244

Or alternatively, they can just turn up on the day.

We look forward to seeing your students on 6 June and you are of course welcome to attend, should you wish to do so.

Please click here for more info…

Hospice Cheque from TEAMSG

Kind hearted St. George’s students were delighted to be able to present Community Fundraiser, Lisa Martin, with a cheque for £100 for Trinity Hospice, yesterday.
The students, all members of the Archbishop of York’s Young Leaders Award initiative had taken part in a number of fundraising efforts in order to reach their total, including car washing, cake baking and a sponsored silence.
Rev. Helen Houston (School Chaplain) said, ‘Having visited the Hospice and Brian House earlier in the year and met patients and staff, the students were very keen to raise money for such a worthwhile cause’

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Primary Schools Maths Challenge @St George’s 2015

A well-attended Maths-Extravaganza!
IMG_5092Mrs Greaves  – Head of Mathematics at St George’s reports:
‘It was a real thrill to see forty keen young mathematicians from our local Primary Schools (Marton, Mereside, Baines, Waterloo & Stanley) competing to win St George’s Annual (2015) Primary Maths Challenge’
The competitors battled it out between rounds that tested their problem solving and team work skills to answer some fiendishly difficult Maths questions. These had been compiled by the meanies in the Maths department. Waterloo pulled ahead at first and it was neck and neck between their two teams throughout the competition.
In the grand finale, Stanley Primary school ‘Team A’ were crowned the victors with Waterloo a close second. Mrs Greaves added ‘It was a pleasure to see all teams work with such energy throughout the evening, thank you to all who took part and we look forward to seeing you again next year!’

Safeguarding Concerns

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If in school please inform any member of staff or in the main office and they will receive your concern and direct it to our dedicated safeguard lead immediately. For ‘out of hours’, you can get immediate response from our school website (“worried button”)  please always ensure you leave enough details to enable us to contact you back.

www.stgeorgesblackpool.com

The DSL for our school is Ms.C Ibbotson

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Countdown to GCSE Exams

Monday 1st June @ 09:00

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Our Mission

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Believe, Achieve and Care

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.

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