** SCHOOL PROPOSING TO CHANGE THE AGE RANGE OF THE SCHOOL AND FOR CASTLETOP NURSERY TO RUN THE NURSERY PROVISION.  CLICK HERE FOR THE NOTICE AND HERE FOR THE COMMENT SHEET WHICH MAY BE RETURNED TO SCHOOL.

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REVISED BEHAVIOUR APPENDIX AND HERE FOR THE REVISED HOME SCHOOL AGREEMENT FOR OUR RETURN TO SCHOOL

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE LETTER REGARDING ARRANGEMENTS FOR CLASSES NEXT YEAR

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST NEWSLETTER ABOUT OPENING FOR ALL IN SEPT 2020

Click on the logo above to find out about our wonderful online library of reading books available to read at home.  

  

Welcome to St George's CE Primary School

A SCHOOL WHERE WE EXPECT RESPECT

Respect - each other, adults and equipment.

Environment – look after it.

Shine – brightly work as hard as you can.

Polite – and positive behaviour.

Enthusiasm – encourage others.

Come – to school on time and ready to learn and follow our Christian values

Travel – around school quietly and sensibly

 

What our parents say about St George's:

 " just want to say a big thank you -E is loving school and we have seen a big change in her academically and emotionally. We can’t thank you all enough. I wish we would have moved sooner. 

Honestly we feel like a weight has been lifted and she is so happy and enjoying school. All the family have commented on how happier she is."

 (parent of Y6 child)

 

"R absolutely loves his box of reading & writing goodies from today's assembly. He said he was really happy & shocked when his name was picked out. I just wanted to say what a lovely idea and thank you very much!"

(parent of Y4 child)

 

 

  MISSION AND ETHOS STATEMENT 

The ethos of St George’s CE Primary School, Mossley, is that we are a caring, Christian community, which values every member as unique in the sight of God.

 

We strive to give everyone the opportunity to develop as a whole person, achieving their full potential in life through the enjoyment of learning

 

Romans 12 v4 -5

"For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function,  so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another"