Our St George's News items

Cole’s Cup Winners!, by Mr Knowles

Date: 15th Jul 2019 @ 8:08am

On Friday 2 Teams of Year 6 children took part in a charity football tournament to raise money for Claire House. Amazingly, the final of the competition was played between the 2 St George’s teams! The boys played and represented the school excellently and decided to lift the trophy together. Well Done to all the boys who played!

Year 2 Seaside Art Gallery, by Mrs Price

Date: 12th Jul 2019 @ 2:33pm

Year 2 have created a wonderful art gallery of all their seaside art work. They have painted with watercolour, created felt work art, created clay fish, sewn felt fish and used tie dye. 

Visitors from Jingmao Primary School Explore Wirral, by Cassidy

Date: 12th Jul 2019 @ 2:09pm

Our Year 5 buddies and our Chinese victors enjoyed a fabulous ‘Wonderful Wirral’ trip yesterday.  They visited Parkgate, New Brighton and West Kirby learning about our local geography and culture.  Mrs Skarratts-Jackson led the trip and commented on the children’s amazing behaviour and how wonderful it was to have children from different cultures learning together.  Children were joined by children from Raeburn Primary, Thornton Hough Primary and 3 other Chinese primary schools.

Year 5 Violin Concert, by Cassidy

Date: 13th Jul 2019 @ 6:02pm

Well done to our brilliant musicians in year 5 who performed so well at their concert today.  Thank you to Mrs Richards for leading the ensemble and her fabulous teaching this term.

Year 6 visit Foundation Stage, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 9th Jul 2019 @ 2:08pm

Year 6 had a fantastic day in Foundation Stage. They planned and delivered their own art activities, performed some songs and read to the children. All pupils thoroughly enjoyed the morning and lots of the children commented that they had new best friends.

Sports Morning with our Chinese visitors, by Mr Knowles

Date: 9th Jul 2019 @ 12:29pm

This morning we shared some team building and fun games with our Chinese guests and their buddies. They had a great time and began making new friends. The egg and spoon race was a bit confusing for our guests to begin with though!

Y4 trip to The Breck, by Miss Reil

Date: 5th Jul 2019 @ 2:52pm

On Tuesday 9th July, we will be visiting The Breck in the morning. We will be going to explore the natural environment and develop our sketching skills. We will be wearing full school uniform. It should be a lovely morning!

Year 4 teachers

Welcome to Our Friends from China, by Cassidy

Date: 9th Jul 2019 @ 11:28am

We had a fantastic welcoming ceremony this morning with our friends from Jingmao Primary School.  Our year 3 drummers, year 4 ukelele players and year 5 violinists performed brilliantly.   Chinese students shared traditional dance and poetry before a rendition of their welcome song.

Year 2 USAIGC hero, by Mrs Price

Date: 9th Jul 2019 @ 9:23am

Year 2 USAIGC hero.


The USA International Gymnastics Competition was held in Nashville and St George’s have been fortunate to have some past and present pupils taking part, Madison- Mai from year 2 was competing. It was a fabulous experience for her meeting people from many countries and competing against some of the best gymnasts in the world. She returned with gold for her floor routine, two silvers for tumbling and bar, 5th overall for the categories, 10th for floor routine in her next level up. Well done we are so proud of you!

Summer Fair fun!, by Mrs Walters

Date: 6th Jul 2019 @ 5:27pm

Thank you to everyone who supported the summer fair today. We had a brilliant time and the sun shone in the end!


Swimming Success Continues!, by Mrs Walters

Date: 5th Jul 2019 @ 2:03pm

The year5/6 swimming team took part in the final of the Merseyside Schools swimming gala this morning and won first place!

This is a massive achievement as they were swimming against the top 3 schools of each area in the Liverpool region. 

We are so proud of the team for all their hard work. Well done!

Clean Air Campaign 2019!, by Miss Jones

Date: 5th Jul 2019 @ 2:46pm


"Air pollution is the largest environmental risk to our health in the UK."

                                                                                                      - Wirral Council, 2019

St. George's has teamed up with Wirral Council in support of their Clean Air Campaign! To ensure a healthier environment and a cleaner quality of air for our children and their furtures, we are encouraging everyone to make more eco-friendly choices in day-to-day life.

Our Eco Warriors helped spread awareness of the damaging effects of air pollution by talking to the Council and holding banners. In the coming weeks, our Eco Warriors will be collaborating with our Mini Police to help spread awareness of the damaging effects of air pollution. 

Here are a few handy tips on how to help from Wirral Council:

  • Switch off and save. If you’re in the car and at a stop, don’t leave your engine ticking over. This will prevent excessive air pollution and save you fuel. Turning off your engine when parked, loading or waiting at the roadside will save you money on fuel. It will also help look after you and your family’s health and the health of your community. Drivers may be fined for not switching off their engine when asked by an officer. Save money. Switch off. You’re the key!
  • Take your feet to the street. Ditch the car and walk to school, to work or to the shops
  • Take to two wheels. Leave the car at home and cycle or scoot
  • Regularly service your car. Make sure it runs as efficiently and cleanly as possible
  • Keep your car tyres inflated. Properly inflated tyres mean your car will be more efficient and use less fuel
  • Carpool! Ask a colleague or friend to car share if travelling to the same place and share fuel and parking costs
  • Ditch the car. Try an alternative transport option - buses, trains or even the ferry.


Pledge, change, save and #BeTheKey!


Click on the links below for more information:

Wirral's Clean Air Campaign       Air Quality

Let the Games Begin!, by Miss Newton

Date: 5th Jul 2019 @ 10:44am

Year Six are busy rehearsing for our end of year performance. They have been working really hard and it’s coming together nicely. We are looking forward to sharing it with you all soon. 

Fusion music concert, by Mrs Bowden-Pickstock

Date: 4th Jul 2019 @ 11:15am

Today, Year 5 & 6 enjoyed a music concert performed by Fusion Choir. Fusion are a young person choir visiting and touring the UK from the Czech Republic. Year 5&6 enjoyed watching, singing along and even some dancing. What made it so exciting was their performance included so many pop songs, that we know and love

6C Art Experience, by Mrs Bowden-Pickstock

Date: 3rd Jul 2019 @ 12:04pm

Year 6 enjoyed an art experience sssion with Madeline, who showed us how to create plum blossom trees in the style of the Chinese four gentleman. 

We tried and tested different brush strokes before putting it together for our final piece. 

6a art morning, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 3rd Jul 2019 @ 10:19am

6a were visited by Madeleine Pires this morning. She taught the children all about Chinese traditions and art and then the children had a go at some themselves. They used traditional Chinese brushes, ink, rice paper and watercolour paper to create paintings of orchids and bamboo. We think they look great!

Year 6 Girls Football Success!, by Mr Knowles

Date: 3rd Jul 2019 @ 10:53am

Well Done to our Year 6 Girls Football team who came 2nd in a tournament against 5 other teams at Liscard Primary.  The girls played brilliantly in all of their games and only narrowly lost out in the final. They showed great attitude and effort throughout and represented St George’s impeccably! Well Done!

2B Liverpool Art Inspired by Ian Fennelly, by Miss Mulheirn

Date: 2nd Jul 2019 @ 3:09pm

2B have had an excellent day creating paintings of Liverpool landmarks inspired by local artist Ian Fennelly.

We studied photographs of The Three Graces extremely carefully before choosing our favourite landmark. We started by tracing the shape of the building with out fingers before drawing the shape onto our paper. Then we used black pens and watercolour paints to decorate our buildings. We tried very hard to blend the paints with the right amount of water and to stay in the lines. After lunch, we added detail and windows to our drawings, trying to keep them as realistic as possible. Here are some photos of us creating our work and our finished products!

Well done 2B!

Year 6 Sports Day, by Mrs Taylor

Date: 2nd Jul 2019 @ 1:38pm

What fantastic morning we had in Year 6! All children participated brilliantly, supported each other and demonstrated excellent sportsmanship. Everyone involved should be extremely proud of themselves.

A special congratulations goes to 6a, who were the winning class. Well done!

Tae kwon-do black belt, by Cassidy

Date: 13th Jul 2019 @ 7:08pm

We are delighted to report on the achievement of Beatrice Bartram in year 5.  

Bea has been training since May 2015 and on 12 April 2019 she took her grading for her 1st Dan Black Belt.   bea is a member of  Wirral & Chester Tae Kwon-Do which is a member of the Tae Kwon-Do Association of Great Britain (TAGB) recognised in the UK through UK Sport & Sport England and World-Wide though Tae Kwon-Do International.  For her training she follows the same syllabus as adult students, and the absolute minimum time it takes from White Belt (Beginners) to 1st Dan Black Belt is 3.5 years. Many students during their training will compete locally, Nationally or Internationally, and will help out in class supporting other students. 

Tae Kwon-Do is a traditional Martial Art from Korea and includes Patterns (a set of sequenced moves), Theory, Sparring and focuses on Self Defence. 

In preparation for their grading, students will train at least twice a week, often 3-4 times per week, and attend 3 “Pre-Grading Sessions” with one of the Senior Members of the TAGB (All either 8th Dan World Masters or 9th Dan Grand Masters).  The grading itself is held in the TAGB Headquarters in Bristol in front of 5,  9th Dan Grand Masters.

On this occasion over 500 students took the Grading for their 1st Dan or higher Black Belts around 400 of those were grading for their 1st Dan (the same as Beatrice) and we are amazingly proud, that the Grand Masters of the TAGB considered Beatrice to be “The Bestin Grading” Student out of all of those grading for 1st Dan, an amazing testament to the High Level to which Beatrice Trains. We have attached Photographs of Beatrice Receiving her award at the recent Welsh National Championship in Cardiff, from Grand Master Oliver.

Year 2 Sports Day, by Mrs Cameron-Ivanov

Date: 1st Jul 2019 @ 3:54pm

What an exciting day we have had! 

All of the year 2 children made us so proud as they raced against eachother and supported eachother throughout the afternoon, showing great sportsmanship. Well done everybody!



Year 3 Sports Day, by Miss Bennett

Date: 2nd Jul 2019 @ 8:38am

Well done to all of year 3 who took part in a very successful sports day. All children shown great resilience, teamwork and sportsmanship. A huge congratulations to 3A who came 1st overall! Also, all the staff and children would like to say massive thank you to all of the supporters who came to watch and those who shown great sportsmanship joining in the adult races. Well done everyone!

Careers Day, by Mrs Bowden-Pickstock

Date: 27th Jun 2019 @ 3:39pm

Today we we visited by people from many careers. In the morning, we enjoyed assemblies and mini talks to discover what certain careers actual were, how you could get in to them and what they are really like. This afternoon, we had a careers fair, where we travelled around different stalls to explore other careers. We really enjoyed: freebies, making products, eating products and using the handcuffs! 




Careers Day 2019, by Miss Newton

Date: 27th Jun 2019 @ 3:30pm

Year Six have had a great day today. We started the morning with a series of workshops from midwives, fire crew, performing artists, engineers, lawyers, bankers, engineers, a pilots and recruiters to names just a few. We then listened to a really interesting talk about solar panels - the children asked some really interesting questions! Then, this afternoon , we all took part in a fascinating careers fair. There were 15 different stalls for children to visit and we even had a performance from the poilice dogs! We would like to thank all of our wonderful visitors for their time today!

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