Our Mission Statement
We are learning and growing together as God's family.
We will always do our best to love and respect each other as we prepare for our future.
It is a great pleasure to welcome you to our school through this website.
Saint George's is Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided primary school for boys and girls aged four to eleven years. We have two forms of entry and approximately 470 pupils. The school is maintained by the Diocese of Westminster, in partnership with the London Borough of Harrow and serves the parish of St George’s, Sudbury. The school also has a 30-place day nursery called St George's Dragons. Fees are payable for this provision although it does have a number of funded-only places. St George's Dragons is run by the Governing Body of the school and opened in 2002.
St George’s is a happy and successful school with dedicated staff and supportive parents and Governing Body. We serve a diverse community with all members playing an equal part. There is a dedicated PSA which works tirelessly to raise funds for school development.
Our core purpose as a Catholic School is encapsulated in our Mission Statement. A key feature of our school is the strength of partnership with the Parish and local community. We are committed to working closely with families and parish to provide the best learning experience for our pupils and to grow in their faith.
Our vision for St George’s is to ensure we build on our excellent foundation to continue to provide care, spiritual guidance and first class primary education for our children, which will equip them for their future learning.
I believe that pupils learn to take responsibility for their learning and their actions. Their self-esteem should be developed through achievement, and at St George’s we offer pupils a wide diverse range of opportunities both in and out of the classroom. We have high expectations for behaviour based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Gospel value of forgiveness.
We have high aspirations and we are determined to educate all of our children so that they can achieve success and maximise their capabilities.
Kenny Award Winner 2015-2016
Every year, at the end of term, staff vote for a worthy recipient of The Kenny Award. The Kenny Award is given to a Year 6 pupil who has proved themself to be consistently kind, friendly and helpful, both to their peers and adults alike. We are proud to announce that the winner of this year's Kenny Award is Romeo in 6E.