Tutor Groups

At St George, students are organised into year groups according to age, which are then divided into tutor groups. The tutor plays a vital role in the development of our students, supporting them with their well-being and achievement as well as meeting with parents at termly Mentoring Days to discuss students’ progress.

Each year group has a Progress Leader, who takes overall responsibility for the year group’s progress as well as sanctions and rewards, and a supporting member of the Senior Leadership Team. This work is complemented by the college Chaplain. Through assemblies, tutor time and regular visits to our chapel, students’ academic progress is well balanced with their development as well-rounded young adults.

Each tutor group is aligned to one of eight Houses, which are named for Saints and Martyrs. These are: Alphonsa; Bakhita; Drexel; Frassati; John-Paul; Kolbe; Romero; Theresa. While weekly assemblies are usually held as a year group, there are occasions throughout the year when House assemblies bring together all year groups for one house at a time.

Year 7

Alphonsa

Mr Leat

Mr Shelley

Mr Prout

 

Bakhita

Miss Simpson

Drexel

Mr Corrigan

Frassati

Mr May

John-Paul

Miss Lampard

Kolbe

Mrs Lee-Cann

Romero

Mr Gillard

Teresa

Miss Evans

Year 8

Alphonsa Miss Weber  

Bakhita

Miss Provenzano

Mrs Orchard
Mr Walford

Drexel

Mr Reynolds

Frassati Miss Heneghan

John-Paul

Ms Parker

Kolbe

Miss Jay

Romero

Mr Clark

Teresa

Mr Ndabala

Year 9

Bakhita

Miss Foord

Mr Hill

Mr Guyer

Drexel

Mr Dwyer

John Paul

Mrs Barnes

Kolbe

Mr Rajendram

Romero

Mr French

Teresa

Miss Kimble

Year 10

Bakhita

Miss Johns

Mr Liston

Miss Lefeuvre

Drexel

Mrs Drummond

John-Paul

Mrs Summer

Kolbe

Miss Moss

Romero

Mr Copplestone

Teresa

Mr Southwell

Year 11

Bakhita

Mrs Gaskin/Miss Hussain

Miss Keenan

Mr Habberley
Mr Bedford

John-Paul

Mr Rogers

Kolbe

Miss Barron

Romero

Miss Ouvry

Teresa

Mrs Brocken

Our Houses

St ALPHONSA Muttathupadathu, 1910-1946

A religious sister in India and the first Indian saint. She is patron of those who suffer physical illness

St Josephine BAKHITA, 1869-1947

She was sold into slavery and eventually rescued by a Christian family. She is patron of victims of human trafficking and of all Africa.

St Katharine DREXEL, 1858-1955

Born in the USA, she committed her life to the education of girls from African American and Native American backgrounds. She is the patron saint of racial justice.

Blessed Giorgio FRASSATI, 1901-1925

A young man committed to the social justice and caring for the poor. He is the patron of young people.

St JOHN-PAUL, 1920-2005

A Polish priest who became Pope in 1978. He was the first Pope to travel widely, meeting Catholics across the world. He famously forgave his would-be assassin and visited him in his prison cell.

St Maximilian KOLBE, 1894-1941

St Maximilian is what is known as a “martyr of charity” He took the place of a fellow prisoner in Auschwitz during WWII who had been condemned to death.

Blessed Oscar ROMERO, 1914-1980

The Archbishop of San Salvador who spoke out with great courage against injustice and poverty. He was assassinated by government forces while saying mass in a hospital chapel.

St TERESA of Calcutta,1910-1997

A religious sister who decided to live with the “poorest of the poor” on the streets of India. She was awarded the Nobel peace prize in recognition of her work of feeding the hungry and caring for the sick.