St. George's School Edgbaston
Birmingham, United Kingdom
About St. George's School Edgbaston
St George’s School is an independent, co-educational, Church of England, all-through school for children aged 3-18. It is situated in Edgbaston, Birmingham, and has 410 pupils on its roll. Entry to the upper school is through assessment and St George’s offers academic and music scholarships for gifted children.
St George’s was established as a charitable trust in 1999 and it is proud to be Birmingham’s first all-through independent school from nursery to sixth form. It is situated on Calthorpe Estate, among landscaped gardens.
Mr Gary Neal
Values and vision
The school aims to maximise individual achievement, to develop respect and responsibility, and to promote friendship, fair play and equality. It believes in creating opportunity for personal development. While St George's School is rooted in Christian values, it welcomes children from all faiths and none. It believes that the school community reflects the rich cultural diversity of Birmingham.
Independent School Inspectorate report
“The school is making good progress towards fulfilling its stated aims. Throughout the school, pupils display secure knowledge and understanding of the material covered in their syllabuses. Pupils are keen to do well in their studies and their conduct in class is excellent. Teaching is good. Consequently pupils of all ages make good progress, in response to a good curriculum and their academic achievement is substantial with the great majority of sixth form leavers proceeding to degree courses."