September Virtual Open Days 2020

Although we know it will not replace the experience of actually visiting the school at an Open Day, we hope that this page will give you a sense of St George's life and the chance to explore the school through film and links to key areas of our website.  

This year's September Whole School Virtual Open Day presentations were recorded and are available for you to watch below.

A welcome and presentation from the Head, Mrs Alex Hems introduces you to the school and talks about the journey through St George's. This is followed by a presentation from our Student Head of School, Sarah Cooper. 

There are also presentations and Q & A sessions from senior staff about the different sections of the school. 

    • Upper School (S2 - S4, 13 - 15 years)
    • Lower School (P6 - S1, 10 - 13 years) 
    • Junior School (P1 - P5, 5 - 9 years) 
    • Nursery (from 3 years) 
    • Sixth Form (S5 - S6, 16 - 18 years) and Boarding from 10 years
  • Alex Hems: Head's Welcome Address

  • Upper School (13 - 18)

  • Upper School Q & A

  • Lower School (10 - 13 years)

  • Lower School Q & A

  • Junior School (5 - 10 years)

  • Junior School Q & A

  • Nursery (3 - 4 years)

  • Nursery Q & A

  • Sixth Form (16 - 18 years) and Boarding (from 11 years)

  • Boarding and Sixth Form Q & A

Visiting the school

You are warmly invited to meet senior members of staff who will be happy to discuss your daughter's education with you. We are currently able to offer in-person and video conference meetings. We are also offering some external tours of the grounds if you have arranged a school visit to meet a member of staff. Please contact our admissions department to arrange an appointment. 

Our Admissions Department, Jane Thomson and Madeleine Morrice will be your main points of contact throughout the admissions process. They are very happy to answer any questions and can be contacted by emailing admissions@stge.org.uk or telephoning 0131 311 8008.

Useful links

Entrance Assessments

Bursaries

Bus Routes

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