Foundation 2: St George's News items

Mini Police Trip to Lea Green Police Training Centre, by Miss Pickering

Date: 18th May 2022 @ 8:12pm

On Tuesday morning the Mini Police travelled to Lea Green Police Training facilities. It was a wonderful trip, the children watched drills, a dog display and even managed to have a meet and greet with a special good boy Officer Oz a police dog who is currently in his 7th year of policing. We had the opportunity to ride in a police van and meet the men and women of the Matrix! Mrs Rice and Miss Pickering were so impressed with the children's engagement and behaviour! 

St George’s Community Garden Workshop, by Mrs Cameron-Ivanov

Date: 7th May 2022 @ 11:59am

This weekend we had a lovely morning establishing our school community garden. The weather was kind!

We were joined by parents, carers and children from year groups 2 and 3.

Tasks for the morning included, planting pollinators, making wigwams for our sweet peas and beans, digging out and replanting potatoes, building a bird bath, planting a variety of fruit and veg from strawberries to broccoli, courgette to rhubarb and lettuce to tomatoes.

We have also sown a variety of seeds, including carrots, beetroot, onion, spring onion, radish, cauliflower and kale.

Year 4 gardening club and top site dragon club will be maintaining the garden by making sure our plants are well fed and watered throughout the summer term.

We can’t wait to see how our garden develops and enjoy the fruits of our labour!


May the Fourth be With You!, by Mrs Walters

Date: 6th May 2022 @ 3:15pm

Pupils had a lunch that was out of this world last week when the kitchen staff celebrated Star Wars Day!

The catering team provided thermal detonators with light sabers (otherwise know as pasta and meatballs) followed by Yoda cakes and dark side punch!

Flying the flag in support of Ukraine, by Mrs Walters

Date: 15th Mar 2022 @ 12:56pm

We are proud to be flying the Ukrainian flag at St George's to show our solidarity with the people of tUkraine.

Families sent in more than £1800 for the humanitarian appeal. If anyone would like to donate further the online details are:

Science Week Commences..., by Mr Nathan

Date: 14th Mar 2022 @ 8:58pm

Children of 6E ventured to Lower Site to seek help for their Science Week activity - they were looking to collect a data sample to figure out whether boys and girls of the same age have a larger handspan. For this they had to accumulate a large enough sample of data - over 100 handspans from EYFS children should suffice.

Lucas (6E) stated: 'It was great working with the younger children. They listened beautifully and helped us with our research.'


Throughout this week, 6E will be analysing the sample by calculating the average-sized handspan for an F2 boy and girl. Even though there is plenty of mathematics involved, the children cannot wait to feed back to the children in F2.

Heidi (6E) said, 'They were asking all sorts of great questions about our work. They were really trying to justify their opinions.'

It was lovely for both sets of children to come together - the eldest and some of the youngest children in the school. 

'We cannot wait to come again. It was really interesting and fun to work with F2. They learned from us and we learned from them,' said Gracie (6E).

EYFS Support for Ukraine, by Mrs Walters

Date: 11th Mar 2022 @ 2:59pm

It was lovely to see the children in EYFS dressed in yellow and blue today to show support for the people of Ukraine.

The children also made paper sunflowers as well as from their hand prints and coloured in hearts.

Thank you for your support.

Breakfast bagel success in EYFS, by Mrs Walters

Date: 11th Mar 2022 @ 10:53am

Breakfast bagels have been a huge success in Early Years. The children have all enjoyed filling their tummies before all their busy learning. We would like to say a massive thank you to the parent volunteers for all their hard work.

The bagels have been provided free of charge by the National School Breakfast Programme. We hope to extend the scheme across the school.

Youth Music Family and Toddler Sessions Welcomed, by Mr Cassidy

Date: 15th Mar 2022 @ 11:30pm

We were so pleased to welcome our first sessions of family and toddler musoc groups funded as part of our Youth Music Hub bid and delivered by our specialist music teacher, Joanne Richards from Melody Makers

EFL Northern Champions!, by Mr Knowles

Date: 8th Mar 2022 @ 5:04pm

Amazing news from Salford today with our Year 6 boys becoming EFL Northern Champions! Next stop Wembley!

Have a look at the report from Tranmere Rovers for more details.

Here is the victorious when the boys lifted the cup. Follow the feed below for more pictures and updates from throughout the day.

Mr Thomas and Mrs Gibson also commented on how well the children played and conducted themselves throughout the whole event.

We are all so proud and can't wait for our trip to London in May!

Year 1 and 2 World Book Day, by Mrs Price

Date: 3rd Mar 2022 @ 10:36am

World Book Day
Year 1 and 2 have been celebrating World Book Day. We have dressed up as our favourite characters. The children have had a wonderful time sharing their stories. 

Music and computing in year 2, by Mrs Price

Date: 11th Feb 2022 @ 2:54pm

Year 2 have been busy with music and computing this week, with our partners Hi Impact. Composing and refining their own work, representing animals in their music. 

Super, Stretchy Slime in 2A, by Mrs Malloy

Date: 11th Feb 2022 @ 2:51pm

We have had lots of fun learning how to create the perfect slime as part of our Changing Shape Science lessons in 2A.  We had to experiment with the amount of saline solution we put in our mixture to make the best slime.  We used a measurung jug to measure the glue, a pipette to add the saline and food colouring and and a tablespoon to measure the bicarbonate of soda.  What super scientists we are in Year 2!

2A Safer Internet Day, by Mrs Malloy

Date: 11th Feb 2022 @ 2:37pm

As part of Safer Internet Day, we have been looking at personal information that is not safe to share online.

Crumble at Code Club, by Mrs Price

Date: 7th Feb 2022 @ 4:40pm

Alot of excitement was present as Year 6 Code Club have been exploring our new Crumble coding kits using coding blocks. 

Denver's Trail Blazing Success!, by Mrs Walters

Date: 2nd Feb 2022 @ 2:30pm

Congratulations to Year 4 pupil Denver who competed in the SEIB Trailblazers Championship on her pony Thornberry Minuet (Minnie) at the weekend and won!

Denver competed in the show jumping section and had to compete against the clock - she completed the course in an amazing 38 seconds!

She will now go on to compete for the championship title at Stone Leigh Park, Warwickshire at the end of July.

Her family are very proud and we are all thrilled for Denver and Minnie and wish them every success at the competition.

Code Club, by Mrs Price

Date: 24th Jan 2022 @ 4:09pm

We have had a fantastic start to Code Club. We explored a Scratch boat project where we used the code blocks to make the program into a game.

Logo success for Jack!, by Mrs Walters

Date: 12th Jan 2022 @ 2:35pm

Congratulations to year 3 pupil Jack who has won 3rd prize in an NHS logo competition!

Jack entered the Design a Logo for a Pin Badge competition – (NHS Blood and Transplant) which had been set on Google Classroom, and was thrilled to come third.

Dr Valentina Barrera, from the NHSBT Tissue and Eye Services, said: 'it was extremely difficult to choose the finalists. Very well done.'

Jack has been given a Certificate of Exceptional Engagement and will also receive a goodie bag at the end of the month.

Well done Jack!

Well done to the Penguin Trail winners!, by Mrs Walters

Date: 17th Dec 2021 @ 1:25pm

Congratulations to the two winners of the Wallasey Village People Penguin Trail!

Jacob and Emily had a great time searching for penguins and gnomes in shops around Wallasey Village and were rewarded with a sweet hamper from Wallasey Village People.

Thank you to everyone who took part.

Kind-hearted Charlotte's fund-raising success, by Mrs Walters

Date: 8th Dec 2021 @ 1:18pm

Congratulations to one of our lovely pupils, Charlottte in year 4, who has raised £150 for the homeless charity, Crisis.
Charlotte wanted to help the homeless comunity as she said 'it's not right that some people don't have a home, especially at Christmas.'
She baked, sold and delivered cupcakes (with a little support in the decorating department from her brother Lewis, in year 6) and presented the money to the charity at their Christmas Carol Concert on Monday.
Crisis have publicly thanked her and said she is setting a great example.
St George's and her proud family completely agree - well done Charlotte!

Festive Hair Day Winners, by Mrs Walters

Date: 3rd Dec 2021 @ 3:17pm

Congratulations to our Festive Hair Day winners! Everyone looked amazing and it was so hard to choose one winner from each year group!

The final decisions were:

F1 Esme

F2 Brody

Year 1 Kendall 

Year 2 Anya

Year 3 Ava

Year 4 Daisy

Year 5 Ava

Year 6 Anabelle 

Festive Hair Day at St George's, by Mrs Walters

Date: 3rd Dec 2021 @ 10:21am

Staff and pupils really got into the festive spirit today with some amazing hair designs on display!

Thank you to everyone who joined in the fun and brought in a £1 donation for the PTA. 


The winners will be announced later today...

Year 2 Christingle Choir, by Mrs Malloy

Date: 28th Nov 2021 @ 11:06pm

Our Year 2 Choir have worked extremely hard over the past 6 weeks learning 4 Christmas songs and today they got their chance to shine on stage at the St. Hilary's Christingle service. It was wonderful to see so many of our St. George's families coming together and celebrating the beginning of advent whilst watching their children performing so brilliantly. Christmas has officially started! 

Flu nasal programme NOV 2021, by Mrs McCarthy

Date: 16th Sep 2021 @ 1:55pm

e-Consent…it’s so easy!

Working in partnership with Wirral Community Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust, we’re delighted to introduce a new way for our parents and carers to consent to their school aged children’s vaccinations.

You can now provide e-Consent for all your child’s vaccinations with the click of a button, using your mobile phone, computer, laptop or tablet. 

The new e-Consent process is:

  • safe and secure
  • easy to use
  • convenient and saves time
  • friendly to the environment - saves paper

How it works:

  • you’ll receive an email or text from ourselves with a link to the e-Consent form
  • the form is simple and easy to complete
  • once you’ve completed the e-Consent form, click ‘submit’
  • you’ll receive an email to confirm the form has been received securely
  • the Trust’s Immunisation Team will receive your child’s form via a secure portal
  • if you’ve consented, your child will have their vaccine here in school

Remember, the new e-Consent process is easy, secure and convenient!

For information of ALL school age vaccinations please visit

To complete your child’s vaccination e-Consent forms, visit 

Each school has a unique code to access the consent, please see your child’s school code below.

SCHOOL:      St George’s Primary School                      CODE: WC104995

If you have any queries about the new e-Consent process, please call the Immunisation Team on 0151 514 2510.

Tennis success for years 1 and 2, by Mrs Walters

Date: 12th Nov 2021 @ 3:11pm

Children from years 1 and 2 took part in a tennis tournament today and came third!

The children took part in lots of different activities and learnt some new skills.

Thank you to Thorndale Tennis Club for hosting the event and well done to the children!

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