Blogs and News - St George's School For Girls, Edinburgh

Boarders
28 Nov 2018

It was great fun, we made loads of different friendship bracelets with different patterns and colours. My favourite colours to use were black, white and blue.  I used silver beads and plaited them to make a bracelet. I also made my mum a necklace wit...

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20 Nov 2018

On Sunday we went on a trip to the Honey Pot Creative Café in South Queensferry. It’s a little café with beautiful views over the bridge and river. There is a selection of pottery to choose from, including Christmas ornaments, animal figurines, honey...

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20 Nov 2018

We had our faces painted at Houldsworth and set-out to the match in high spirits. Everyone on the street was so excited and dressed very patriotically. We saw a few people supporting South Africa but the majority were supporting Scotland. It was so h...

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07 Nov 2018

P6 Halloween Party For the P6 Halloween Party I dressed up as a cat. Many girls had dressed up but I think my favourite was a zombie schoolgirl costume, her makeup was brilliant and she had used gory effects on her face. We played lots of different a...

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07 Nov 2018

We started planning for the Halloween party in the middle of September. The Upper 6 boarders discussed all the different themes we could have and immediately thought of Willy Wonka! It seemed unusual and different from the usual spooky themes, and th...

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Alex Hems' Blog
18 Jan 2019
Alex Hems: Head's Blog Jan 18, 2010

I am often asked whether the unique blend of Scottish and English examination courses that we run at St George’s is fully recognised by universities, and also whether we see signs of prejudice against independent schools through the admissions system...

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