Bishop’s Poignant Farewell Bishop Geoff Pearson, the Bishop of Lancaster, was bid a fond farewell at St. George’s School, today. Bishop Geoff, who is the Church of England Bishop for Blackpool and the Fylde, has been a regular visitor to St. George’s since his appointment in 2006 and retires in July this year. The Bishop [...]
Yr 9 boys played in the Lancashire Cup Final at Darwen AFC. Despite a spirited team performance they lost to a strong Morecambe High School team 3-0. Well done on getting this far, the first St George's team ever to get to the County Finals!
Talented representatives from local schools have competed to win the Blackpool Music Service's Annual 'Pop 'Idol' Award. The competition was tense with some outstanding performances. Year 7 pupil, Meghan, WON the Key Stage 3 section with a stunning rendition of Whitney Houston's "I have nothing". St George's Key stage 4 was [...]
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Year 9 hope to emulate their Yr11 colleagues when they play their own Cup Final next week. These youngsters will play in Darwen in their age group final. They have posed for a 'serious' picture with Mr Warnock to show their concentration and determination to outshine the opposition! 6pm Darwen Football Club Wednesday [...]
Congratulations to the young men in Year 11 who proudly represented the school in the Harry Johnston Football final at Bloomfield Rd. versus St Bede's School It was an exciting event enjoyed by the crowd as the teams from both sides entertained in a challenging, closely fought and skillful match. Final score (after extra time) [...]
Lucy Fallon, otherwise known as Bethany Platt from Coronation Street accepted an invitation to visit our school. She shared a literacy lesson, chatted happily with all of us and stayed for lunch before signing autographs, posing for pictures and presenting last week's Science prizes. Local girl Lucy is currently involved in an emotional storyline in [...]
Appointment made! Year 11 boys fresh from their win last week against Montgomery, have now beaten Hodgson School convincingly 4-1 in the semi final. They now play St Bede's in the final of the Harry Johnston Cup at Bloomfield Road on Wednesday May 17th. Well done!!!
An intrepid bunch of yr7 explorers have returned from the 'Bushcraft' experience at Cholmondeley Castle,Cheshire. More pictures to follow! 'Tribes' in the woods, sleeping in tents, log fires and a great team experience.
Yr 7 Science fresh from their 'marble run' then went outside... Amy reports - We had a lovely time today, finding out our own speed by going outside and timing each other running a measured distance. We took clipboards, a timer and a trundle wheel. Times were recorded, we raced against each other, and calculated each [...]