Parent Voice Evening Meeting

Dear Parents,

You are invited to attend our next Parent Voice meeting which will be held, in the school library at 6pm on Thursday 4th February.

 * Any suggestions to improve school life?  

 * Any comments on things that were done well?

 * Come along and share your experiences. 

 * Get a FREE cuppa and maybe even a biscuit!

Please report to main reception on arrival and knock loudly on main door if it's closed.

We look forward to seeing you.

John Goldstein
Parent Voice

Record Breaking tribute to Nuneaton Writer George Eliot.

PROUD to be part of tribute -  head girl Spring Vernon and head boy Dipen Gurung from The George Eliot School.

A record number of wreaths were laid at the foot of the memorial for Nuneaton's most famous daughter.  There were 16 wreaths placed at the obelisk in the George Eliot Memorial Gardens.

The guest of honour at this year's wreath laying was Bethany Dyson, whose academy of performing arts has worked closely with the George Eliot Fellowship over the past year, especially at the Nuneaton Lives event last July, and on several occasions at Astley Castle.

School bids fond farewell to Patti

Staff and students at The George Eliot School hosted a farewell party for Miss Patti Hearne who has worked at the school for nearly 30 years.

Students, along with current and past staff members gathered at the Nuneaton school on Friday 24 April to celebrate Patti’s many years of service at the school.

Jesus Christ Superstar

On Saturday 18th April 41 students went to see Jesus Christ Superstar in Manchester, the students are all members of the school production cast and band who are peforming the same show in July. They were accompanied by Mrs Scott, Mr Davison, Mr Rouse and Mrs Hollis.

Year 10 Visit Nuneaton Justice Centre

On Tuesday 21st April twenty one students visited Nuneaton Justice Centre as part of their Philosophy GCSE. Students are currently studying the Crime and Punishment unit for their Edexcel paper. Students are learning about the current justice system, the need for justice in the UK and capital punishment. The visit allowed students to experience the justice system in place as they had a tour of the court room and was able to sit in on some live hearings. Some of the cases included benefit fraud, drink driving and domestic abuse.

Spain 2015

On 28th March 2015 25 students from The George Eliot School flew from the cold and wet UK to the sunny climes of Andalusia in Southern Spain. Staying for four nights and five days in a lovely hotel with a pool overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

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