St George's Blog

Newsletter 2 – Term 4 2019

LETTER FROM THE CAMPUS HEAD Dear St George’s Family I have recently started reading Ken Blachard’s book, ‘Leading at a Higher Level’.  I was particularly curious when I read the following: “What is leadership? For years we defined leadership as an influence process....

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Sport at St George’s Prep

Sports speech 2018 has been an exciting year in sports terms we have played in over 25 different festivals and entered 20 different leagues.  There have been numerous sports events throughout the year such as Athletics day and the Cross country trail race in which...

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My Journey at St George’s – By Ben Ristow

Prospective Grade 1 parents Good morning parents and teachers.My name is Ben Ristow and I’ve been at St Georges a long time. Istarted in 2011 in Grade 0. I think I’ve actually been here longer thansome of the teachers, so I really do know this awesome school...

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My Journey at St George’s – By Diya Gajjar

Good morning and welcome prospective grade 1 parents of 2020. My name is Diya Gajjar and I am proud to be a grade 7 learner St George’s Prep. I have been a part of the St George’s family since I began schooling at the Pre-Primary. Starting big school was not scary at...

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Newsletter 1 – Term 3 2018

LETTER FROM THE CAMPUS HEAD Dear St George’s Family Welcome back to Term 3 of 2018 where the days are starting to get longer and the pace of the Term is already beginning to gather momentum! I recently joined our boys and girls 1st Hockey teams on their...

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Newsletter 5 – Term 2 2018

LETTER FROM THE CAMPUS HEAD Dear St George’s Family Whilst today may be the shortest day of the year, this Term certainly has been a very full 11 weeks and I know all our boys and girls, and dare I say it, the staff, are really looking forward to our...

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Thinking about our thinking

Established in 1936, St George’s Preparatory certainly has evolved since its founding years as an all-boys boarding Preparatory School in Port Elizabeth. Education certainly has changed since the early days when our first headmaster, Raymond Hutchison,...

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