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Where Children love to learn and learn to love.

Mission Statement

The example of Jesus Christ and the Good news that he brought inspire St George’s school to be a caring and inclusive community in which children love to learn and learn to love. 


Welcome to the St George's Primary School Website. We hope you find it interesting and helpful when looking for information about our school.

We are very proud of our school and its caring Christian atmosphere. Every child is valued and we aim to provide an education which meets individual needs and allows all children to reach their full potential, whilst developing confidence and a sense of self worth.

St George’s has a dedicated and motivated staff team who work hard to achieve the very best for every child here. We also recognise and value the support parents provide as important partners in their children’s education.

Yours sincerely

PM Walker (Headteacher)

Building Learning Powers and Growth Mindset - this term we will be focusing on Reflectiveness.

The Christian Value we are exploring this half term is Love.

Our Hall Display for Compassion

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Latest News

The children in each class have been working collaboratively on projects based on their learning challenge. They will present their learning outcomes in different ways to parents. Please come along on the date below to see and hear all about your child’s learning this half term. They are all very excited about their project work.

Friday, 13 October Reception & Year 1 2.30 pm in the Hall
Monday, 16 October Year 2 in the classroom 1 .30 - 3.00 pm
Thursday 19 October Year 6 in the Hall 2,30 pm
Thursday 19 October Year 5 in the Classroom 2.30 pm
Friday, 20 October Year 4 in the classroom at 2.30 pm
Friday, 20 October Year 3 in the classroom at 2.30 pm

WALK TO SCHOOL - Walk on Wednesday
Every Wednesday we are encouraging as many people as possible to walk to school. At the end of every month, those who walk will receive a badge. The organisation running the scheme is called Living Streets and there is an app you can download to view the badges. Walking is good for our health and wellbeing. It means there are less cars on the road, less pollution and fewer cars at the school gates. If you live further away and come in the car, park further away then walk a short distance to school. They call this park and stride. Cycling, or using a scooter are also acceptable ways to travel. You might want to start walking every day which would be great!

Important Dates

20 October Year 3 Class Assembly

26 October Harvest - Values in Action Day

27 October Finish for half term holiday

6 November INSET Day 


Term Dates

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St Georges CE (VA) Primary School, Diocese of Chester, Church Street, Hyde, Cheshire, SK14 1JL, 0161 368 2848