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Dear Students, Families, Staff and Governors We have been busy with lots of activities at school and in the community. Various groups of students have participated in UKSA sessions, a cricket event at the Ageas Bowl as well as Connor’s Memorial Football Tournament. Students have also been very busy engaging in transition visits to the […]

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SIXTH FORM OPTIONS MORNING

FRIDAY 7TH JUNE AT 10AM-12PM at‘THE VIEW’ST GEORGE’S SCHOOL We will be holding an Options morning on Friday 7th June for parents and students who will be attending Sixth Form in September. This will be an opportunity to have a tour of The View, our Sixth Form provision, and to find out more about the […]

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UKSA

A range of students have accessed the Sea Change Programme run by UKSA this half term, the programme offers opportunities to try new activities such as paddle boarding, team building, using powerboats and raft building to name a few. Across the weeks, all students have shown an increased level of independence, confidence, understanding and teamwork, […]

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Beach cleaning

On Tuesdays this half term, KS4-4 have been going to Sandown and Shanklin Beach. The beach was very nice. We did some tally work on recycling and upcycling. Every time we picked up some rubbish, we added a tally mark to our clipboard. This was a competition to see who could pick up the most […]

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Sixth Form Art Option Students for Public Transport Poster Design Competition

Students who attend the Friday Art Option had the opportunity to design a poster to go inside the islands buses and trains. The competition was designed to help make everyone’s journey on public transport more peaceful and enjoyable. There were two categories to remind the general public 1.Behave well on public transport and 2.Stay smart […]

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St George’s Art Work at Brighstone Church

The ‘Connect’ exhibition at Quay Arts has finished but some of St George’s artwork has gone on tourand can now be seen at Brighstone Church. We have taken pictures for you to see how fabulous it looks. On Monday 13th May, Brighstone Church was featured in an article celebrating the local primary schools church bell-ringing […]

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Dear Students, Families, Staff and Governors

Our Governing Body for both sites has now agreed the proposal for expansion to the satellite provision. We also have some teaching posts available at our main site here at St George’s, so we are hoping to begin recruitment processes very soon. As always, our students have been busy and have been involved in various […]

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NETTLECOMBE FARM

Every other Tuesday, the Sixth Form Animal Care Options Group go to Nettlecombe Farm for our farming module. Tuesday 23rd April was unlike any other week… We got to hold and name some of their seven lambs. We learned about different breeds of sheep and that certain breeds have a tradition where the names of […]

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Wight Link

On Tuesday 30th April, the Travel and Tourism group and a few extra students had a fantastic opportunity to go on the Wightlink ferry from Fishbourne to Portsmouth and back, completely free. Captain Tom and his team very kindly let us go up to the bridge and see how they control everything on the ship […]

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Well Done Savana!

On Thursday 18th April, I attended a ceremony at Pyle Street, Newport. I met his majesty’s Lord Lieutenant, Susan Sheldan and the Isle of Wight High Sheriff, Graham Bliss. I was awarded the honour of becoming a Volunteer Police Cadet and The New High Sheriff for the Isle of Wight swore me in. I got […]

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