ISSUE 113 SUMMER
ST GEORGE'S ASCOT
St George's Annual Jazz and Dance Show More photographs inside...
From the Head I hope you will take some time to look through the many pages of this fantastic publication reflecting on the last six weeks at St George’s. Each edition, published every half term, seems to be bigger and brighter than the last and I am very proud of the diversity of experiences and opportunities showcased here and that are very much a part of everyday life at St George’s.
a real pleasure to welcome those who have (long) since moved on in our Alumnae Reunion Lunch on 28 April and to share in these ladies’ connections to St George’s past and present. In contrast, our very youngest Georgians, the First Years, put on a superbly organised, sun-drenched, Charity Fete just before the half-term break and raised over £500 in barely an hour - the school is clearly in very capable hands going forward!
I often say to prospective families that there is no such thing as a ‘typical Georgian’ but that we give each girl the opportunity to find her own strengths and talents and we nurture these to produce the confident, capable and connected young women who leave us for their lives beyond St George’s. The variety of talents, achievements and interests in the following pages are testament to that and it is fantastic to see vast numbers of girls involved in, and contributing to, so many areas of school life as well as the School, and wider, community.
We look forward to welcoming our many new girls who will be joining us in September for their Freshers BBQ soon after half-term and of course our focus will then be moving to our impressive Upper Sixth leavers as we celebrate their many successes at St George’s towards the end of term.
While many of our older girls have been focusing on public exam preparation and then starting their exams, it was
Liz Hewer Headmistress