Our Community

Our Community: learning together

Preparing children for their future journeys.

‘I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you.’

Psalm 32:8

We set an example of learning together, with and through our community.

Through the bible and through each other.

We encourage our parents, governors and the community (local and wider) to be part of our learning journey in school. Through regular events such as ‘plan, do, review’ in Nursery, parent workshops or  events with links to our curriculum, such as parent sharing their specific skills in a history or science workshop, or being a mystery reader on world book day.

Prayer & reflection through art family workshop.

Maths family workshops.

Reading family workshops.

Maths family workshops.

Wellbeing family workshops.

Sharing a book as a mystery reader on World Book Day.

Lucy Naylor-James, demonstrated aspects of her role as an Orthotist by making a cast of a leg and an imprint of a foot, during our science week.

Dave Lewis, explains his role as an engineering geologist working on offshore oil rigs.

Natalie Morris, a Vet from the Malthouse Veterinary Group.

At St George’s our children have many opportunities to take part in wider community events, such as Green Man Day, St George’s Day, sporting activities involving other schools and musical performances to audiences made up of people from our local community and beyond.

Children form St. George’s singing at the opening of ‘Clun in the Future’ climate change event.

MP for Ludlow, Phillip Dunne, speaking at the Clun in the Future event.

We take an active role in Church festivals. The school also encourages children to play a role in many charity events each year and the children regularly initiate and organise fund-raising events themselves.

Bake-off community event at school.

About the Green Man of Clun


Here are some links to other community websites:

Clun Town Council Website

St George’s School is a Friend of Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Click on the graphic below to find out more.
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