Clubs and extra-curricular activities. Breakfast Club The school offers a morning childcare service to enable working parents/college parents to drop their children off earlier and know that they are safe. This starts at 7:30.A.M at a cost of £3.00 per morning (breakfast is provided). Kids’ City Kids’ City offer after school care from 3:30-6pm every day.... Read more »
We currently offer the following provision for working parents: Sports City Breakfast Club: 7:30-8:30am – breakfast is provided. Kids’City: 3.30-6pm – childcare in the School House. Please contact Kids’ City on 020 8678 5958 or www.kidscity.org.uk/ to register and book a place.
Our Ethos We want children to make the most of every minute of learning time. This is achieved through the consistent use of our Calm School Code: Calm School Code Speak nicely Listen carefully Act kindly Move calmly All adults, staff and pupils are expected to adhere to this code.
The Vicar of St. George’s Church Leighton Carr is the Vicar for the parish of Battersea Fields. He was appointed in August 2016. Jeremiah Wiles and Sharon Hunt are the church wardens at St. George’s. Church address St. George’s Church – 11 Patmore Street, London SW8 4JD Tel: 020 7498 1642 Quotes “St. George’s... Read more »
St. George’s is a Church of England school and Christian values are at the heart of all that we do. At St. George’s we believe that successful partnership between the school and the parents helps every child to achieve success. The following agreement supports this partnership in the interests of all our pupils. Together we... Read more »
If you would like to visit the school, please call the school office on 0207 622 1870 to book an appointment.
School Meals Termly Price’s Autumn Term 5th September 2018 – 19th October 2018 = £72.60 29th October 2018 – 21st December 2018 = £85.80 Total for Autumn Term = £158.40 Spring Term 8th January 2019 – 15th February 2019 = £63.80 25th February 2019 – 5th April 2019 = £66.00 Total for Spring Term =... Read more »
At St George’s we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children. Primary School’s Sports Funding Department of Education Primary School’s Sports Funding page. What is... Read more »
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