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We are busy putting together our annual Food Tech Recipe Book. It’s a bounty of recipes, student’s artwork and photos of our students taken throughout the year in Food Tech lessons. Thank you to everyone who has already ordered a Recipe Book, if you haven’t ordered and would like to, or don’t know what I […]

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Christmas Service Changes

This year we had planned to go back to St John’s Church for our annual Christmas Service, but unfortunately due to changes in local and government guidance we are no longer able to attend. However, following the success of last years’ service, we are going virtual again! Each class has been thinking about all of […]

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Prejudicial language and behaviour guide for parents/carers

Dear parents and carers As part of our curriculum and ethos, we are committed to supporting young people in understanding the importance of language and behaviour and how this can impact others. Included in this newsletter is a Prejudicial language and behaviour guide for parents/carers which has been developed by council’s in the South along […]

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Christmas Jumper day 10th December

St George’s School is supporting Save the Children Christmas jumper day on Friday 10th December. Students are invited to participate by wearing a Christmas jumper. A small donation can be made towards Save the Children if you wish.

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Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Launch the Buddy Boat

We get together on Wednesday lunchtimes and have been talking about our respect badge and our differences. We said that we have to say about stopping people messaging unkind things and that we must respect our differences.  In anti-bullying week we wore odd socks, listened to videos and did work and art about bullying.  We […]

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10A Class News

In 10A this week, we have been working as a team and developing our skills in following instructions to begin to construct the trees to be sold for the St. Nicholas’ Fayre. The trees make use of the wood that we have gathered from Dragon. We have carefully measured the sticks of varying diameters and […]

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The Scaled-Down Christmas Tree Festival

We are pleased to be displaying a tree at the scaled-down Christmas Tree Festival in Brighstone this year. Students have worked hard to create decorations with the theme ‘One Kind Word’, which links with the work that we did during Anti-Bullying Week last week. You can visit the tree at Isle of Wight Pearl from […]

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9B weekly snack sessions

This week 9B have been planning for their weekly snack sessions. Firstly, we decided what we would like to make. As the weather is getting colder, we decided we would like something warming, so decided to go for toasties. Then we used our IT lessons to research different fillings and the bacon was a huge […]

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Christmas service Tuesday 14th December

Dear Parent/Carer We are delighted to be able to look forward to our Christmas Service being back at St John’s Church at 10am on Tuesday 14th December, as long as local and national restrictions do not change. We will be sitting in Key Stage bubbles for the service. We are pleased to be able to […]

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Christmas Dinner Wednesday 15th December

The cost is the usual price of £2.25. There will not be a baguette alternative on this day so please send your young person in a packed lunch if they do not want the Christmas dinner. There is no charge for students entitled to free school meals but we request that you return the slip […]

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