St George's College, Weybridge A GSG School
- St George's College, Weybridge
- Head: Mrs Rachel Owens
- T 01932 839300
- F 01932 839301
- E contact@stgeor…sweybridge.com
- W www.stgeorgesweybridge.com
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged from 11 to 18 with a linked junior school
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Surrey
- Pupils: 938
- Religion: Roman Catholic
- Fees: £15,570 - £17,745 pa
- Open days: September and March
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: St George's Junior School
What The Good Schools Guide says..
‘You won’t see a macho school.' Instead, you’ll hear a good deal of the phrase ‘politesse and douceur’. Hard to pin down but think Arthurian knightly values (the good ones) given a 21st century co-educational makeover and you’re probably not...
What the school says...
Entry to St George's College is at ages 11, 13 and 16. Students benefit from spacious, naturally light, high spec teaching areas and Sixth Form students enjoy the bespoke and comfortable surroundings of a newish social area which includes a large viewing balcony overlooking the beautiful school grounds. Externally, students can relax and socialise in the newly landscaped gardens. We were songs of Praise Senior School Choir of the Year in 2012. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide says‘You won’t see a macho school.' Instead, you’ll hear a good deal of the phrase ‘politesse and douceur’. Hard to pin down but think Arthurian knightly values (the good ones) given a 21st century co-educational makeover and you’re probably not far off. May sound a bit highfalutin but clearly goes in: pupils don’t just behave exceptionally well in school (doors routinely held open a good 40 feet in advance in longest of corridors) but out of it, too – a test with far higher ecological validity.
Since September 2016, Mrs Rachel Owens, MA PGCE NPQH (40s), previously headmistress of St George’s School Ascot. Previously vice principal at New Hall School and, before that, head of history at Prior Park College, Bath, following spell in career-nourishing environment of North London Collegiate School. Married to Tom, who teaches...