St George’s Weybridge and the GROW Fundraising Campaign which was launched in February 2017, has been announced as the WINNER of the IDPE (Institute of Development Professionals in Education) Engagement Campaign of the Year award.
Rowers from St George's College have enjoyed a very fruitful summer so far, with a number of high profile victories taking place over the past few months.
The Headmistress, Chaplain and Director of Music at St George's College are happy to invite you to a screening of the feature-length documentary “Cowboy and Preacher” in the Amanda Smith Theatre, at 7 pm on Tuesday 12 June (two days before its premiere at Dances with Films Film Festival in Hollywood). There will be a Q&A session at the screening and entry is free.
It was a momentous day for Old Georgian, Will Jacks, on Friday 18 May, as Will made his debut for the full Surrey Cricket team, playing at The Oval cricket ground against Somerset.
As part of their Extension Programme studies, the First Years at St George's College have been getting to grips with what goes on inside their heads and figuring out how they could represent this in a creative spectrum.
There was a buzz amongst staff at St George's College last Friday (25 May), as the Lower School inter-house Bake Off final took place - and that meant delicious food for the staff to judge!
Friday 11 May, 2018 was a momentous day for St George's College, with the U13 boys' and girls' hockey teams doing the double and both being crowned champions in the In2Hockey National Finals.
The final Georgians of the week of this half term (24 May) have been announced.
This half-term, Tutor Group 1CNY at St George's College have been studying the Black Death and its impact on Europe.
St George's has had an outstanding year in sporting arenas across the country, and for this week's Georgians of the week (18 May) we are celebrating more Georgian sporting heroes.