Each child is unique and special to us; we aim to identify the skills and talents in each girl and boy.

Whether you are just browsing through the pages or looking for something more specific, we hope that you glean some of the ethos and character of this historic and celebrated school.

Founded in 1348 to educate the choristers of St George’s Chapel, we have grown into a vibrant, thriving and successful Prep School of some 350 girls and boys aged from 3 to 13. But don’t just take our word for what a wonderful school St George’s is – come and see us in action; talk to the children and staff, look at the fantastic work going on and experience the unique ethos of St George’s for yourself.

Here is a short film to give you a glimpse of what goes on at our unique school.

News

Green Council Supports Environmental Campaigner

The first task of St George's newly-formed Green Council was to support the incredible efforts of Lindsay Cole (Adventurer and Campaigner) who is swimming the Thames from Lechlade to Teddington (close to 200 miles) in four weeks. The 12 members of the council were...

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Ancient Egyptian Day

On Monday the Victoria hall became a busy Egyptian market-place and the gym was transformed into the River Nile as Year 3 pupils travelled back in time to experience life as an Ancient Egyptian. They came to school dressed in wonderful costumes, tried their hand at a...

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Year 6 visit Winchester Science Centre

Winchester Science Centre was the venue for a fun-filled adventure for Year 6 pupils. They became, for a day: computer programmers writing their own programs to make remote controlled robots perform a variety of tasks; trainee astronauts in the amazing newly formed...

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Service of Remembrance

On Friday the Chamber Choir sung at a service of remembrance accompanied by a dramatic interpretation in St George’s Chapel in the presence of the Military Knights of Windsor. A series of letters from the trenches, written by former pupils of St George’s, were read...

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Green Council Supports Environmental Campaigner

The first task of St George's newly-formed Green Council was to support the incredible efforts of Lindsay Cole (Adventurer and Campaigner) who is swimming the Thames from Lechlade to Teddington (close to 200 miles) in four weeks. The 12 members of the council were...

read more

Ancient Egyptian Day

On Monday the Victoria hall became a busy Egyptian market-place and the gym was transformed into the River Nile as Year 3 pupils travelled back in time to experience life as an Ancient Egyptian. They came to school dressed in wonderful costumes, tried their hand at a...

read more

Year 6 visit Winchester Science Centre

Winchester Science Centre was the venue for a fun-filled adventure for Year 6 pupils. They became, for a day: computer programmers writing their own programs to make remote controlled robots perform a variety of tasks; trainee astronauts in the amazing newly formed...

read more

Service of Remembrance

On Friday the Chamber Choir sung at a service of remembrance accompanied by a dramatic interpretation in St George’s Chapel in the presence of the Military Knights of Windsor. A series of letters from the trenches, written by former pupils of St George’s, were read...

read more

Over 80 different activities to choose from in our after school programme

St George’s Chapel just 100 steps away

Five scholarships awarded in 2017

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51% of children in years 4-8 have used flexi-boarding this academic year

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81% of children received Merit or Distinction in their ABRSM music theory exam

The school fully meets its aim to be a caring, happy and stimulating community...children's individual needs are at the heart of the setting. (ISI 2016)

The school has an excellent and varied extra-curricular programme which is very well organised and includes some 80 activities on offer across the year. (ISI 2016)

 

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