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  • 04/04/19

    Broken Record

    Our day of fundraising for CAFOD was a great success.
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  • 21/03/19

    Odd Ski Socks?

     Today at St George we are wearing odd socks in support of Down Syndrome Awareness. Even our students in the French Alps on their ski trip are joining in...
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  • 19/03/19

    Ski Trip News

    Our 2019 school ski trip in the French Alps is well under way.
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  • 18/03/19

    Odd Socks This Thursday!

    On Thursday (21st March) we are asking students to wear odd (colourful) socks to school.
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  • 13/03/19

    World Book Day

    On Thursday 7th March, Year 7 students celebrated World Book Day with a group read, treasure hunt and sessions delivered by the excellent Year 8 and 9 Literacy Mentors.
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  • 27/02/19

    Online Activity Alert - MOMO Challenge

    Dear Parents/Guardians/Carers, We have been advised by the police to make you aware of the MOMO Challenge video, which potentially encourages self-harm/suicide. It is targeted at children and young people.   
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  • 01/02/19

    Children's Mental Health Week

    Children’s Mental Health Week 4 – 10 February 2019
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  • 31/01/19

    Winter Weather: Update

    Following a site inspection, the college is open as usual on Friday 1st February 2019. Buses are running as normal, 
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  • 28/01/19

    Christmas Card Design Scores

    Southampton Football Club players, Danny Ings & Yan Valery visited St George in January.
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  • 09/01/19

    Choir Sings Seasonal Joy

    St George's Choir entertained residents of Lawnbrook Care Home in Portswood and brought some seasonal joy to the elderly residents.  
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  • 19/12/18

    "Outstanding" Report from Local Authority

     We are delighted to announce that St George has been awarded top marks in its recent local authority  inspection.
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  • 13/12/18

    Students visit Dockyard

    Forty students travelled to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this term to learn about life in Tudor times aboard the Mary Rose.
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