At St. George's School, we are proud of our Christian Values. In our collective worship assemblies, we think and talk about Gospel Values. Gospel Values are what Jesus said, what Jesus did and what he wants us to do. We try to embody these values in all areas of our school life.
Children have daily acts of worship and in each classroom there is a prayer area, which the children themselves proudly help to maintain.
We also express our Christian Values in many other ways in our school.
St. George's Chaplaincy Team
Our Chaplaincy team are a group of children from Year 5 and Year 6 who have shown a particular interest in developing their spiritual role in the school. They readily show a desire to help others, to make a difference, to be ready to listen to God’s word and help bring that word and the love of God to others. They enjoy participating in collective worship assemblies, often promoting Gospel Values through drama. They are also a charitable bunch, and they lead many of our charity campaigns in the school.
We have recently started a 'Mini Vinnies' club at our school, led by Mrs Rolf. The club is youth branch of the SVP- the St. Vincent de Paul charity, which was set up by Frederic Ozanam in 1833.
As Mini Vinnies, the children work to turn their concern into action. They do a great job of coming up with money raising events to help communities, both local and further afield. The club members have their own 'treasured' Prayer, Pledge and Badge, and regular meetings to share ideas and put their fundraising campaigns into action.
Click on the link to visit the 'Mini Vinnies' website.
Our Gospel Values Display
We help people all over the world by raising money for many charities.
Here is our generosity tree.