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St. George’s Prep

When pupils join us at St. George’s Preparatory school, they embark on a very special journey of learning and discovery. Our role is to engage and inspire them, igniting their potential. The way we achieve this is by truly knowing every child, meaning we’re able to support them to achieve their best. From Reception upwards, your child’s Form Tutors are their daily, consistent point of contact and will get to know your child well. Should parents want to discuss anything with us from an academic or pastoral point of view, Form Tutors are the first port of call.

Overseeing Form Tutors and responsible for the smooth-running of all academic and pastoral elements across specific year groups, are our Head of Early Years and Heads of Lower, Middle and Upper Prep. Our Heads of Prep have an overview of all elements of the curriculum for their year groups and are an excellent point of contact to discuss any parental queries.

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Specialist Teaching

Pupils enjoy lessons with specialist teachers from Lower Prep, specifically for music, languages, swimming, PE and Forest School.

Interactive Lessons

Pupils are immersed in their topics and subject lessons for younger pupils follow the theme to keep everyone engaged, ensuring the children develop a genuine love of learning.

Festival of Arts

Each year, our Middle and Upper Prep pupils take part in the St. George's Festival of Arts. A celebration of the arts with the chance to perform and develop confidence on stage.

Celebrating Achievements

One of the things that makes a St. George's education so unique is our commitment to celebrating all forms of achievement. From showing a special kindness to academic vigour, everyone is recognised and celebrated.

Sporting Prowess

Pupils take part in many tournaments throughout their time at St. George’s, particularly from Form III upwards. All pupils take part in House Competitions and have the opportunity to represent the school.


Rachael Morris

Head of Lower Prep

Forms I & II

In Lower Prep, pupils continue the first years of their Primary learning journey with us, getting used to our school routine and focussing on exciting topics each term. For example, when studying ‘Space’, English lessons could include writing fact files about famous astronauts, science lessons will include collecting materials from a staged alien landing and then examining the properties of those materials, and in art pupils might draw and paint their own planets.

Over the course of each year, pupils are supported to achieve their learning goals whilst also enjoying their studies, with interactive lessons and whole-school themed curriculum days linking the year groups.

Lower Prep pupils will also have specialist teachers for specific subjects in their timetable including music, languages, swimming, PE and forest school. From Form II, they will also study computing.

During playtimes and lunch break, pupils will start to enjoy the freedom of the top playground and football fields.

You can email Ms Morris via the School Office.

Andy Moon

Head of Middle Prep

Form III & IV

In Middle Prep, the children start to be given more independence. They continue topic-based learning with the addition of texts in English lessons, enabling them to be completely immersed in their learning on a specific theme. A different topic is covered each half-term.

From Form III, the children start to be given more independence. They are escorted to lessons in other areas of the school to be taught by specialist teachers in languages, art/DT, and science. Pupils tackle more independent work and complement their studies at school with homework projects to support their learning. We help children to become used to assessments by including CATs and end of term assessments from Form III.

Pupils develop their confidence whilst participating in school events such as our annual Festival of Performing Arts, Carol Service and the island-wide Eisteddfod competition. They also begin to represent the School by taking part in sporting fixtures and tournaments.

Contact: You can email Mr Moon via the School Office.

Lindsey Fidrmuc

Head of Upper Prep

Form V & VI

As our eldest pupils, children in Upper Prep are the pupil role models of our School. They take more responsibility for school initiatives and, in Form VI, every pupil takes on their own specific role as part of our Pupil Leadership Team. Upper Prep pupils are expected to embody and demonstrate our core School values younger pupils. They move around the school independently, preparing for a smooth transition to their secondary school of choice. Pupils continue their education with specialist teachers, they work in streams that ensure they are supported where necessary and challenged and stretched to reach their greatest potential. They represent St. George’s in local competitions and sports tournaments.

Contact: You can email Mrs Fidrmuc via the School Office.