Welcome to our Early Years Foundation Stage.
Nursery and Reception are made up of four classes: Nursery AM and Nursery PM, RL and RS.
Our fabulous teachers are Mrs Fox, Miss Smith, Miss Lundy and Mrs Shenton.
We are also lucky to have our brilliant supporting staff: Mrs Murray, Mrs Binns, Mrs Sullivan, Mrs Saxby, Mrs Atkinson and Miss Scullion.
Over this term, the children will be learning about plants and animals. The children learnt a lot on our visit to Hall Hill Farm and we will be building on this to increase their knowledge of, and understanding of the world in which they live.
Did you know that our building on Cramer Street opened 25 years ago? To celebrate, we enjoyed fish and chips outside, with a special commemorative cookie. After dinner, the children performed some of the biggest dance hits of 1994 for their peers. Songs danced to were...
Did you attend South Street way back when? Do you have memories of your time here or fun stories to share? Please come and join us as we celebrate 25 years in our "new" building on Cramer Street! And tell your former school friends - aren't you overdue a reunion?
Is your child starting Reception in September? Follow our handy guide to make sure they're as ready as can be!
Is your child starting Nursery in September? Follow our handy guide to make sure they're as ready as can be!
The video says it all. Please have a listen and share it as much as you can. Let's get our voice so loud and strong that EVERYBODY listens!
St George's are running an Easter Holiday Club and you are invited! The theme is backpacking and we're going on an imaginative journey across European cities to explore stories about Jesus. Each day there will be craft, sport, lunch and an activity in the afternoon....
What we’ve been learning
We had a great day out on Tuesday.
We wallked to Caedmon Hall at Gateshead Library to watch a performance, The Littlest Christmas Elf. It was great!
We also got to experience the first snowfall of 2017.
For National Anti-Bullying week, Reception children listened to the story of The Rainbow Fish. We discussed how to be kind and caring towards each other. We also talked about and practised sharing with different objects.
Miss Lundy brought in a real fish and octopus for us to look at.
As you can see, we were fascinated!