St George’s School – A Church of England Academy

A Member of Cidari Multi Academy Trust, part of the Diocese of Blackburn, St George’s School became an Academy on April 1st 2014. With an age range of 11 to 16, The Academy currently has 1004 pupils on roll. The Headteacher, Mr Graham Warnock has been in post since April 2016 whilst the Local Governing Committee appointed a new Chair, Mr Angus MacLeod on 1st October 2016.

Since September 2002 St George’s has been the only Church of England Secondary School on the Fylde Coast, serving the parishes of St Paul’s, St Christopher’s with St Nicholas’ and St Wilfrid’s. The Academy has been oversubscribed in recent years and the pace of change continues to accelerate. Governors and staff are determined to hold fast to the principles which have brought the Academy to its present success. Those principles are a belief in the worth of each child and the worth of our work as educators in a Christian Academy.

 

Our Mission Statement – Believe, Achieve, 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.

 

Cidari Multi Academy Trust

Cidari Multi Academy Trust established in November 2013 is part of the Blackburn Diocese. Open to both converter and sponsored academies, we are currently a family of 7 Academies across Blackpool, Blackburn, Darwen and Nelson.

We work closely and collaboratively with our academies and other partners to ensure that we offer a strong caring ethos and a clear moral purpose. We encourage all our schools to see themselves as part of a family with a shared vision, identity and purpose whilst maintaining their individuality.

We are committed to achieving excellence in education and see it as the right of every child to achieve their full potential and to flourish academically, socially, spiritually and emotionally.

Our Vision – “To provide high quality education for all children based on clearly established Christian values and principles.”

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