The RE and Spiritual Committee (RESPeCt) at St George's Junior School had a very prosperous Easter Term helping to raise awareness and money for their chosen charity, CAFOD.
Excitement was in the air on Thursday 4 April as Reception children at St George's Junior School came to school dressed up as pirates.
Nursery children at St George's Junior School gave their mums an early Mother's Day treat on Friday 29 March as they performed a medley of uplifting songs to thank their mums for everything they do for them.
After hours of rehearsals, learning lines and fine tuning, Year 3 finally presented Roald Dahl's Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf on 28 and 29 March.
At the end of March, the Lions class in Nursery were busy learning about Easter and the art of egg rolling.
Two pupils from St George's Junior School took part in the Catenian Public Speaking Event at St Dunstan's in Woking on Wednesday 13 March, having been selected to represent the school after the inter-house Public Speaking event in February.
Able Writers from Years 3-6 took part in a very special workshop on Monday 11 March, as screenwriter and author Andy Briggs came in to discuss the wider world of writing and to expand the pupils' perceptions from music, films, games and literature.
Pupils (and staff!) at St George's Junior School celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 7 March by dressing up as their favourite book characters and designing their own lanterns.
On Wednesday 6 March, pupils at St George's Junior School, Weybridge marked the start of Lent with a special Ash Wednesday Service.
At the end of February, sports stars from St George's Junior School had unprecedented success in not one, not two, but three sports competitions.