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A fully co-educational independent school for children from ages 3 to 18.

Close to Birmingham’s city centre, St George’s is situated on the Calthorpe Estate and is set within extensive landscaped grounds. With excellent transport links in close proximity to the school, our students come from almost every area of Birmingham and its surrounding boroughs. Our school community reflects the multi-cultural diversity of Birmingham and we welcome people from all religions or none.

Our dedicated teachers are committed to far more than helping our pupils achieve their academic potential, they are also passionate about their character development, encouraging them to achieve their goals and to grow into confident and accomplished adults. We work hard to inspire and empower all our pupils to realise their full potential, enjoy the experience of learning and learn new skills. By challenging them, both inside and outside of the classroom, we achieve effective and stimulating learning and encourage self-discovery. Opportunities exist through our enriched academic curriculum and wealth of co-curricular activities and we provide a safe environment in which young people can step outside their comfort zones; learn to take risks; foster self-belief and self-awareness; and develop skills such as collaboration, initiative and resilience.

Our community is a small, caring and compassionate one, where pupils learn to value kindness and service to others. The School produces impressive, confident young people with a set of values of which any parent or future employer would be proud.

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“Pupils are highly aspirational and prepared to work out different strategies to help themselves progress“.
“The successes of the pupils are a result of their excellent study skills, developed over their time at school!”
“Pupils accept their own and each other’s strengths and weaknesses, creating a strong and caring community.”
Read our latest ISI Inspection report here!
“Pupils are highly aspirational and prepared to work out different strategies to help themselves progress“.
“The successes of the pupils are a result of their excellent study skills, developed over their time at school!”
“Pupils accept their own and each other’s strengths and weaknesses, creating a strong and caring community.”
Read our latest ISI report!
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events on the school calendar!
What’s happening in school?
  1. 16 June 2022

    Whole School Open Evening

    Come to our Open Evening (18:00-20:00) to get to know us better and explore whether St George’s is for you.

  2. 01 July 2022

    Upper School Sports Day

    Every year, new stars emerge and remind us of what hard work and dedication can achieve. A highlight of the school calendar, parents are welcome to come and watch their budding athletes compete.

  3. 01 July 2022

    Summer Fayre

    Plenty of fun for the entire family – games, activities, good food and lots of stalls to browse. Good wholesome family fun!

  1. 16 June 2022

    Whole School Open Evening

    Come to our Open Evening (18:00-20:00) to get to know us better and explore whether St George’s is for you.

  2. 01 July 2022

    Upper School Sports Day

    Every year, new stars emerge and remind us of what hard work and dedication can achieve. A highlight of the school calendar, parents are welcome to come and watch their budding athletes compete.

  3. 01 July 2022

    Summer Fayre

    Plenty of fun for the entire family – games, activities, good food and lots of stalls to browse. Good wholesome family fun!

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