Urgent New Message For Parents Dated 9.12.16


Unfortunately, despite all efforts to rectify the problem, it has not yet been possible to fix it. As a consequence school will remain closed on Monday 12th December.

We will send further information as we can. Please continue to check the website regularly for more information.

All productions related to our seasonal songs will be rearranged for later in the week, as well as Christmas lunch.

We Strive To Do Our Best

At George Eliot Primary School we provide a breadth of opportunity in which children can develop their own individual talents within a very strong and supportive network. Our school is a place where we learn and have fun!

We Respect Others

George Eliot is a multiethnic, multicultural community school, reflecting the community it serves. We are committed to achieving a positive, caring ethos in which understanding and mutual respect is fostered.

We Are Proud To Be Here

Our students have a unique sense of commitment to their school, they are given considerable responsibilities but, in return, unequalled opportunities to learn, to encounter positive life experiences and to excel.

Diary Dates

*** George Eliot School will be CLOSED Monday 12th December all day ***

Click link below for Autumn Term

Term 2 Events & Trips

Tuesday 13th December 2016
*** Postponed Seasonal Songs - Years 1, 2 & 3 Assembly - Open to Parents 2:15pm ***

Wednesday 14th December 2016
*** Postponed Seasonal Songs - Years 4, 5 & 6 Assembly - Open to Parents 2:15pm ***

Friday 16th December 2016
Term 2 ends  - Note School Closes at 2pm

Wednesday 4th January 2017
Term 3 begins



School News

06 Dec - INTO University Trip Update

Last week, Year 6 Holly class spent a week with INTO University focussing on Science Journalism.  On Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, they found out about universities and different courses they...

23 Nov - Class Visits To Waterstones

New Books For The School!. . . Children from all classes throughout the school have been visiting a local bookshop and enjoying the opportunity to choose new books for their class libraries...