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

04 Mar 2019

The members of this year's Advanced Higher Biology classes took part in the Royal Society of Biology's British Biology Olympiad (BBO) 2019. The competition challenges and motivates students with an interest in biology and allows students to demonstra...

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04 Mar 2019

On Thursday 21 February, St George’s welcomed Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney. Girls from across school met with Mr Swinney to talk about their academic and co-curriculum opportunities.  Four girls i...

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04 Mar 2019

The new breakfast is something we all can look forward to! Everything is so well presented and looks so colourful and fresh. My favourite breakfast is a bagel with butter and honey but it is closely followed by the Greek yoghurt with strawberries and...

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04 Mar 2019

We made baked apples on Friday 1 March, which is something I’ve never tried before. We needed cinnamon, sugar, currants, butter, orange juice and, of course, apples. We took the middle out of the apples and then put a mix of currants, sugar and cinna...

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28 Feb 2019

During the February Half Term, Mr Leask took 4 keen Upper 6 writers to Moniack Mhor (@moniackmhor), a writing centre in the Highlands of Scotland. Surrounded by beautiful vistas, with a never-ending supply of tea and coffee (and cake!), the students ...

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Alex Hems' Blog
01 Mar 2019
Alex Hems: Head's Blog Mar 1 2019

Last Thursday evening we were privileged to hear a distinguished panel of women writers and publishers speaking to the title A Voice of One’s Own. They had been given the task of speaking about one or more women who they felt had been the most influe...

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