Bringing this all back to values, our three school values of honesty, kindness and courage are timeless and must be kept as our foundation as we look forward as a school to promoting international mindedness in our pupils. These three values are being played out every day in the lives of our 319 pupils and 100 staff.
In a week that saw the Prime Minister once again speak to the nation, my very best wishes to you, your families and friends.
Keep playing that symphony.
Golden Tree and Celebration Assemblies
Siadon C: for always being eager to learn new things and for sharing good ideas with the class.
Max J: for always being happy to come to school and for trying very had to speak in English.
Nathanial M: for throwing himself into everything we do with cheerful optimism!
Isabella B: for coming into school with a big smile and inviting others to play with her.
Christina T-M: for settling well into her new school and for always being happy and smiley.
Ezra M: for always saying please and thank you. Keep up the wonderful manners.
Kieron C: for knowing lots of sounds and confidently blending them together when reading words and sentences.
Jack C: for trying really hard with his letter formation this week and remembering to form his J and K correctly too.
Alessandro S: for making a wonderful start at St George's. Your teachers are so proud of you.
Luka S L: for making great progress in reading. It is a pleasure to listen to you read Luka!
Elliot B: for always working hard in class. Your teachers are very proud of you, Elliot.
Abhay S: for having such kind and calm ways and for always working hard.
Aadi R: for improved focus in class and trying his best.
Aarohi K: for her enthusiasm and positive attitude towards her work.
Alex S: for his hard work in maths lessons and working well during practical activities with a partner.
Henry P: for listening well to the introduction of lessons in class and contributing to the discussions.
Holly G: for writing a thoughtful Harvest prayer.
Zac A: for making great progress with his reading and trying very hard in lessons.
Eddie E: for showing a positive attitude towards his work and making excellent progress in maths.
Arthur B: for a wonderful description of a moonlit garden in creative writing.
Noah D: for working hard in all lessons and for eagerness to participate in discussions.
Daisy H: for good listening and pleasing progress in maths lessons. Daisy has also worked well independently.
Daisy H: for listening well in class and completing her work carefully.
Arthur J: for being consistently honest in games lessons as well as trying extremely hard to develop his football skills.
Rafferty C: for always being ready to help at any time. He sets a great example to others.
Head Master's Commendations
George H: for working extremely hard on his French homework.
Joanna H, Richard C, Elise-May J, Eleni S, Ben C and Miles J: for their fantastic work describing a fairground.
Cedric R: for showing enthusiasm and creativity in English.
Tommy H: for showing increased effort and focus in English lessons.
Molly J: for courage to take risks and be creative in English.
Alma S, Thomas B and Lara B: for making a racing game programming the speed movement and angles of the car.
Keiran E: for finishing his planning in his own time for his website design.
Summer E: for her E-safety work.
Nefeli M: for a super poster in French.
Mason S: for a fantastic piece of French homework
Beatrice A and Radley H: for excellent work in science.
Arthur-Jack E, Barney H, Sophie H and Herbie W: for excellent participation in French lessons and hard work.
Alma S: for hard work and great effort in French.
Matilda W: for excellent use of French in a poster.
Harry E: for hard work and great effort in French.
Spirit of St George's Awards
Toby D: for showing excellent kindness and helpfulness around the classroom.
Katie K: for being kind and helpful to her peers around the classroom.
Joshua I: for being polite and kind to his teachers and always offering to help.
Radley H: for showing kindness, supporting and encouraging his peers during the Wednesday afternoon Year 7 football league.
Nathan M: for showing great kindness to a younger boarder.
Kobe L: for showing resilience and maturity this week.
Arthur-Jack E: for excellent honesty and kindness in class.
Karina K: for kindness.
Tomasz M: for always being helpful, smiling and making an excellent start to the year.
Cicily Warn: for showing kindness to other pupils in maths.
Daniel P: for kindness in helping Ben by carrying his bag to lessons as he has his arm in a sling at the moment.