IMPORTANT: School will be closed for Teacher Training  on Monday 7th June 2021

School will re-open on Tuesday 8th June 2021

Family Action: Breakfast at Home

The National School Breakfast Programme is pleased to announce the launch of its breakfast at home area on the Family Action website. The breakfast at home area shares with parents the benefits of eating a healthy breakfast, and the impact this can have on their child’s readiness to learn, health and wellbeing. It offers tools to support parents in providing a low cost, nutritious daily breakfast, when a school breakfast is not available. 

Their easy to navigate breakfast at home website contains six main categories; get organised, nutrition and wellbeing, family fun, top tips, recipes and videos and research. Within these categories are planners, hacks, inform
ation about what’s in cereal, nutrition factsheets, ideas for weekend breakfast, quizzes and much more. 

More information can be found here:

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 Year 4 Easter Performance

Year 4 ‘wowed’ the entire school with their outstanding  performance of the ‘Easter Story’. This was broadcast to each and every classroom in the building and was thoroughly enjoyed by all! It really was so wonderful to hear our school hall, once again, filled with the sound of singing!

Well Done Year 4- a superb effort from all!

If you would like to see Year 4 in action, their performance is available to watch on our school YouTube Channel here.

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Safer Internet Day 

Interner Safer Day will be on the 9th February 2021 with the theme: An internet we trust. We will be exploring reliability in the online world. For parent and carer resources please click here

COVID-19 Update 

Full Reopening
School will be open to all pupils on Monday 8th March. For full information regarding start and end times of the day, please click here.
You can find the full risk assessment for reopening here.
Remote Learning
EYFS and Key Stage 1 pupils have access to remote learning through the online platform Seesaw. Key Stage 2 will be accessing remote learning through Microsoft Teams. Please log in using the details given by your child's class teacher. For further information on remote learning for each class, please click here.
School Year Term Date 2020 -2021
Autumn Term 2020
Term starts: Tuesday 1st September 2020
Half Term:  Thursday 22nd October 2020 to Friday 30th October 2020
(School closed on Thursday 22nd/Friday 23rd October for Teacher Training days)
Term Ends:  Friday 18 December 2020 at 1.30pm
Spring Term 2021
(Teacher Training Days: 4th & 5th January 2021)
Term Starts: Wednesday 6th January 2021
Half Term: Monday 15th February 2021 to Friday 19th February 2021
Term Ends: Thursday 1st April 2021
(dismissal starting at 1.30pm- see below)
NB: Usual pickup time 3.00pm- please come at 1.30pm
       Usual pickup time 3.10pm- please come at 1.40pm
       Usual pick-up time 3.20pm- please come at 1.50pm
       Usual pick-up time 3.30pm- please come at 2.00pm
Summer Term 2021 
Term Starts: Monday 19th April 2021
BANK HOLIDAY- Monday 3rd May 2021(School Closed)
POLLING DAY- Thursday 6th May 2021 (School Closed)
Half Term: Monday 31st May 2021 to Friday 4th June 2021
(Teacher Training Day- Monday 7th June 2021)
Term Ends: Wednesday 21st July 2021(time tbc)


Welcome to Our School


"At St George’s we believe that children are a gift from God and that everyone who belongs to St George’s school is important and valued. Our school motto: Our Love of Learning Leads us to Excellence, describes our belief that every child is unique and can achieve beyond expectation. Children are encouraged to enjoy the challenges that learning holds and strive for academic achievements. Our aim at St George’s is to have a happy school where children find a trigger that ignites their passion to motivate them. Through our belief in ourselves, belief in others and our belief in God, we will have the courage, determination and confidence to persevere to excellence.

St George’s is a family where we share and celebrate our diversity together. We offer space and time to develop spirituality and humanity so that all can feel safe and valued in our school community. One of the most important Christian values is that of respect for others, and we show this by welcoming children from all backgrounds. We encourage children to develop within the faiths and beliefs of their own families. Our school is rich in many cultures and children come from a wide variety of heritages, which we embrace in our school ethos.

I am honoured to be Head Teacher of such a special place. I am immensely proud of our young people and how we continue to grow and celebrate our successes together. St George's looks to the future with confidence, a strong sense of unity and moral purpose underpinned by its Christian distinctiveness."

Mrs. Shirley Atkar

Head Teacher

Latest Newsletters

Public Consultation on Admission Arrangements for 2022-23

Please find here the proposed policy and School Information Form (SIF) or a paper copy can be requested from the school office. We welcome your feedback via email to

Supporting Ladywood residents during the Coronavirus Crisis The Ladywood Helpers are a small group of Ladywood charities, community projects, schools and local churches working together responding to needs in the Ladywood area. (see here for further details)

St George's C E Primary School became a member of the Birmingham Diocesan Multi-Academy Trust (BDMAT) on 1st September 2017. BDMAT is a multi-academy trust comprising of Church of England schools affiliated to the Birmingham Diocese. The Birmingham Diocesan Academies Trust is a company limited by guarantee and is registered in England and Wales: No. 10729883. The registered office is 1, Colmore Row, Birmingham. B3 2BJ.