Welcome back! 

Singing Assembly is happening right now and the children are quite excited indeed about High School Musical and The Greatest Showman!   It's been a long time coming!! What a wonderful first couple of days back - the children have been a delight, they've played as one BIG group on the field and they've been learning names and seeing friends that [...]

Max’s Big Camp Out – Sat 27th March

Max is a year 6 pupil at Caen Primary, and one I'm of really inspired by!  His friend told to him to have an adventure and wow, he did!! I'm inspired, because Max has been camping out in a tent in his back garden since the first pandemic Lockdown back in March 2020 all to support his friend and raise [...]

New and shiny things!!

It's so lovely when the sun's out and the children get to enjoy our outside environment fully. I think we've blogged a photo of the New Crinkle Crags Climber?  The photo that above shows last year's Yr6 who managed to get a good two weeks' worth of playing on it before they left us for the summer.  The Climber replaces [...]


Don't forget, we're still collecting items for Harvest. Thank you to those that have brought items in so far. Any tins, packets or sachets from either the back of your cupboard, those that are surplus or something you buy on purpose for this... are all really appreciated, thank you! Produce will be taken to the local Food Bank by Rev. [...]

It’s started…!

The first thing that needs to happen when you're installing a playground, is to bring down the existing one! To keep the cost down, I was in again on Saturday with Governor and Rector Mike Newbon, chainsaw-wielding Martin Larrington from St. George's House and my eldest son, Morgan, for some muscles, lugging it all to the Nature Area to be [...]

Forest Village Chapter One – Teamwork Makes the Dream Work!

On Saturday a wonderful thing happened. At 10am sharp an amazing group of people came together. Forks and shovels in hand, the team of volunteers (adults and kids) dedicated their time and energy to make a start on developing the new Forest Village for the school. We are stunned at how much graft went in and how much was achieved [...]

We have so many Friends of Georgeham School aka FROGS :-) Fab :-)

Thank you so much to Lilly Dallimore-Wright for organising an ice cream sale to raise money for our school at the end of the day. Children (and staff) enjoyed an end of term celebratory ice cream so THANK YOU :-)

Sports’ Day…

What a lovely afternoon's Sports Day! First, there was tea & cake. Thank you to all those who made, brought and helped, as our Stepping Stones' FROGlets made an excellent total of £186.92 to help fund things for our little ones! Then there were the Family Group Challenges with children helping and supporting each other in team events [...]

Happy 150th Birthday Georgeham School :-)

Today we celebrated the 150th birthday of Georgeham School with an awesome Summer Fete. Thank you so much to all of the FROGS members for organising the event, thank you to parents for supporting the school and to the children for their fantastic enthusiasm today. The Maypole and the Broom Dance have been a traditional at the school for so [...]

Class 4 and STEAM.Co

Class 4 had a brilliant afternoon, with a visit from Nick Corston of STEAM Co. An inspiring introductory talk highlighted the  importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths, including such things as how 'cats eyes' were developed to light up the roads.  Nick did a fantastic job at tying our topic of The Victorians in to this session by [...]