Beaufort Road, Birmingham, West Midlands B16 8HY


St George's Church Of England Primary School

Our love of Learning Leads us to Excellence

News and Events 

Macmillan Coffee Morning: 24th September 2021

We certainly had a fantastic turn out at this mornings Macmillan coffee morning. It was fantastic to see so many parents, carers, children and many other members of our school community together once again. The atmosphere was most certainly
lively, and we are sure you all enjoyed catching up and taking part

fully in school life once again!

We would like to say a huge thank you to all those who donated cakes and more this morning– each class have had at least one piece of cake thanks to your kindness. With this tremendous support we managed to raise an amazing £280 towards this truly worthy cause. Thank you also to so many helping hands that ensured the morning ran smoothly. Your support, as ever, was incredible!

We would also like to thank all those who entered this years cake competition. With so many delicious and high-standard entries, the judges had a
tough time deliberating

who would be crowned our winner this year. A huge well done to Mrs. Johnson, this years winner, for her phenomenal Harry Potter themed cake!

Well Done!

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Year 3: Trip to Bodenham Arboretum- Monday 13th September 

Year 3 had a brilliant time exploring 'the extreme wilderness' on Monday at Bodenham Arboretum. The children toasted bread over a campfire, made mud pies in the mud kitchen, conquered their fears on the rope swing, safely set their own fires and worked beautifully in teams building dens. There was so much to see and do at the forest school and this class embraced all the opportunities there for them!

We visited the working farm where we were lucky enough to spot chicks, donkeys, pigs and, to the children's absolute glee, many, many sheep!

We took a wander along the Giant's Trial and helped him collect his missing giant items which included his giant watch, his giant pencil crayons and his giant toothbrush!

The weather was warm, and the children behaved beautifully, making for an excellent trip!

Bourneville Book Fest

On Friday 6th September Years 1 & 2 were fortunate enough to be invited to the Bourneville Book fest. The children enjoyed meeting Chloe Inkpen, the illustrator of lots of children's books. She shared with the children how she draws some of her characters and all the children got to meet

Kipper the Dog him- self! They even got to celebrate his birthday by making a cake for him! A huge thank you to the FSA for funding this amazing opportunity!