Years 1 and 2 students in the Robotics Extra-curricular Club have been learning how to programme a robot named Bee-Bot.
St George’s International school is an inclusive, vibrant international community of over 850 students aged from 3 years to 18+ years, representing over 60 different nationalities.
After months of lunchtime practices, learning songs and choreography, students in the Young Voices club finally had their chance to perform in a huge concert with 8,500 children singing together on Thursday, 19th January.
Year 3 students have been making key chains in their Clay Art Extra-curricular Club with Mrs Poh.
Year 4 classes set off on their own Silk Road journey to Baghdad, Iraq, from China, Europe and India, as part of their humanities topic 'Early Islamic Civilisation'.
Year 2 classes learnt about the construction of the school's new gymnasium during a talk on Monday afternoon with the project's architect, civil engineer and St George's finance manager.
Year 12 students, Laura and Morgan, organised amazing Artificial Intelligence workshops for Year 6 classes as part of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and maths) Week.
Year 5 spent four days in Trier last week, learning about all things Roman in the culmination of their autumn term humanities topic 'The Rockin' Romans'.
Year 1 students learnt to read instructions to build Lego constructions during a Robotics After-School Club. Some constructions required electronic parts, which the students found particularly exciting.
At St George’s I was able to take my favourite subjects in my A-levels and IGCSE.Yi Hua - Graduated in 2019
With the help and support of my teachers I am at the University of Cambridge studying Natural Sciences!
We received outstanding support and guidance from our Teachers when applying to University. Thank you.Euan - Graduated in 2020
The teachers of St George’s helped push me out of my comfort zone and encouraged me to pursue what I love. They taught me to never be afraid of trying but most importantly, they believed in me even when I didn’t.Hannah - Graduated in 2019
I look back at my time at St George's very fondly. I learned how to get along with different peopleSophia - Graduated in 2017
and be kind, I had such amazing support from the teachers
and felt ready to take on the next step in life.