Learning at St Georges
Our values for learning and our curriculum | How then shall we live?
At St Georges we are creating an inclusive culture, rooted in Christian values but also appreciating the importance of celebrating our multi and non-faith families in a socially diverse environment. Our vision that all things are possible with God encourages us to reach out across boundaries, building friendships and community with all people. We place emphasis on having common values and shared principles for life.
For children to grow into ambitious young people who are morally, spiritually and culturally aware, and who are able to contribute positively to society and the lives of others, we understand that our school ethos and curriculum need to be woven with understanding, acceptance and mutual respect.
Our school builds a culture of respect, responsibility, kindness and courage, where everyone is committed to quality learning and citizenship. School structures such as crew, community groups, exhibitions of learning and community work ensure that every person in our community is known and cared for, our young future leaders are nurtured, and contributions to the school and world are celebrated.
John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist Church, urged his followers to: “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.” Inspired by this, everyone is supported to strive to do better and be better; to be the best version of themselves and to be more than they thought possible.