St George’s School Open Days

Autumn Term Virtual Open Days 2020



Friday 25 September (2 - 4.30 pm) and Saturday 26 September (9 - 11.30 am)

Please click on one of the links below to register to attend a virtual Open Day. 

Pre-registration is required to attend this event.

Open Day 3

Open Day 2

We are looking forward to welcoming you to one of our virtual Open Days.

Our events will feature: 

Webinar Sessions

A welcome and presentation from the Head, Mrs Alex Hems, who will introduce you to the school and talk about your daughter's journey through the school.
A presentation from our Student Head of School, Sarah Cooper. 
A smaller group presentation from senior staff which will finish with a live Q and A session. These groups are for parents who are interested in:

    • Sixth Form (S5 - S6, 16 - 18 years) and Boarding from 10 years
    • Friday 25 September 2 - 3 pm
    • and Saturday 26 September, 9 - 10 am

    • Upper School (S2 - S4, 13 - 15 years) 
    • Friday 25 September 2 - 3 pm
    • and Saturday 26 September, 9 - 10 am

    • Lower School (P6 - S1, 10 - 13 years) 
    • Friday 25 September 3.30 - 4.30 pm
    • and Saturday 26 September 10.30 - 11.30 am

    • Junior School (P1 - P5, 5 - 9 years) 
    • Friday 25 September 3.30 - 4.30 pm
    • and Saturday 26 September 10.30 - 11.30 am

    • Nursery (from 3 years) 
    • Friday 25 September 3.30 - 4.30 pm
    • and Saturday 26 September 10.30 - 11.30 am

All the above times include the welcome presentation from the Head and the Student Head of School.

Q&A sessions

You will have the opportunity to ask our staff questions during our Q&A sessions. You can submit your question live on the day or send them in advance to

Tours of the campus

Unfortunately, personal tours of the campus with a pupil guide are currently not available. We know how much the opportunity to meet our students and tour the site with them means, however, and will be offering tours as soon as the regulations allow. We will contact you to arrange a date in due course.

Please register to attend one of our virtual Open Days, by clicking on one of the red links above, you will receive an email confirmation from us. We will send you an email with a link to the online events and instructions on how to join us. 

Click on the resources below to find out more about the school.

  • Drone Aerial Video

    Take a bird's eye view of the school.

  • map 2020

    School Transport Routes

    Find out about our routes and timetables for school transport.

  • Interactive 360 Virtual Tour of the School

    Click on the black spinning sphere top left and then use the arrows at the bottom of the virtual image to click through the scenes to visit the different sections of the campus and click on the picture icons to view rooms.

  • A Growth Mindset for Girls

    Mrs Hems talks about her educational philosophy and the school's values.

  • The Format of the Virtual Open Days

    Alex Hems explains the format of the virtual open days.

  • Why St George's?

    An overview of the school seen through the eyes of the staff and pupils.

  • The Journey Through St George's

    An overview of the structure of St George's from nursery through primary, lower and upper school and the sixth form

  • Why We Study GCSEs

    Why we study GCSEs and the subjects we offer.

  • Studying Highers and Advanced Highers

    Studying Highers and Advanced Highers and the range of subjects on offer.

Find out what it is like to be a pupil at St George's by reading some of our student reviews.

Mirren 584w"I like the friendly, close-knit community of St George’s girls and teachers that is always there for you. All you need to do is be the best version of yourself, and everyone will want to help you. St George’s is the perfect place to begin and leave from. My teachers have supported me throughout my time from Nursery to Upper 6. Over the years every one of them has said that I had the ability, and it was up to me to grab the opportunities and to make the most of them." Read Mirren's full story.

Edith 584w 16k3"I am finishing my fifth year at St George’s having started as a boarder in Upper 4 when I was 14 years old. I‘m from Hong Kong. My parents both work for the Hong Kong Police Force and a work colleague recommended St George’s to them. My parents wanted to move me from my school in Hong Kong as I wasn’t focusing on my studies and they thought I might be more suited to a different environment. I found my old school quite stressful and very competitive." Read Edith's full story.