Year 9 students held a soup disco and collected supplies for Le Courage social bistro in Bonnevoie.
St George’s International school is an inclusive, vibrant international community of over 850 students aged from 3 years to 18+ years, representing over 70 different nationalities.
Year 7 Eco-Agents held a workshop last week teaching Reception students how to upcycle plastic water bottles into Christmas decorations.
Years 1 and 2 students took the opportunity to ask some challenging questions during a surprise visit by Kleeschen and Houseker on Tuesday, 5th December.
The Modern Foreign Languages faculty is hosting a temporary exhibition dedicated to the Olympic Games.
The Kitchen Garden Club cooked their mini Halloween pumpkins, some of which were grown in school, and used the flesh to make delicious pancakes recently.
Year 7 geography students tested their distance, direction and grid reference skills during a geocache activity.
A group of St George's students volunteered at an early evening event at Mudam, organised by ONS Heemecht, on Wednesday, 22nd November.
St George's hosted Baroness Brenda Hale, guest speaker at the Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Lectures organised by the British Luxembourg Society on 20th November.
The best thing about St George’s is the supportive school environment and element of challenge in classes, which has allowed me to explore my subjects in greater depth beyond the standard syllabus.Amna - Graduated in 2023
My overriding memories of St George’s were spending time with my friends and the trips. What I miss the most is the teachers. Their support prepared me for life after school. Luca - Graduated in 2015
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.