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Share our passion for learning outside the classroom and explore our sector leading approach to digital learning. We would love to tell you more about St George’s School. Please get in touch to see how we can help boost your child’s learning journey.

https://www.stgwindsor.org/admissions/
St George's School Windsor Castle
St George's School Windsor Castle
This week Mr Wilson spoke to Andy Cope the children's author whose books include the SpyDog series. Known as Dr Happy, Andy is respected internationally for his views on happiness and mental health. @beingbrilliant Take a look here:

https://www.stgwindsor.org/news-events/podcast/
St George's School Windsor Castle
St George's School Windsor Castle
As we look to re-engineer how we approach children’s learning post-lockdown, we’d love to tell you about St George’s School. Please get in touch to see how we can help boost your child’s learning journey.

https://www.stgwindsor.org/admissions/
St George's School Windsor Castle
St George's School Windsor Castle
St George's School Windsor Castle
As this week is National Cricket Week, Mr Wilson spoke to Oliver Soames, Tom Alsop and Ajeet Dale from Hampshire County Cricket Club about their careers, cricket and gave coaching tips to our pupils. With thanks to @hantscricket and @PCA https://www.stgwindsor.org/news-events/podcast/
St George's School Windsor Castle
St George's School Windsor Castle
Next Wednesday Year 5 and Year 6 will be raising funds for the WWF as part of their St George's Award Explorer Challenge. The children have planned the event themselves and are really excited about raising money for a global charity. If you would like to support them their funding page is https://www.gofundme.com/f/st-george039s-school-explorer-challenge
St George's School Windsor Castle
St George's School Windsor Castle
This week Mr Wilson interviews Mrs Jo Milne who was born with Usher Syndrome. Hear her inspirational story as she talks about overcoming being born profoundly deaf and hearing for the first time at the age of 39. @jomilne10 CUREUsher https://www.stgwindsor.org/news-events/podcast/