Sainsbury's School Games - North Warwickshire Table Tennis

On Wednesday 21st January 2015 The George Eliot PE Department hosted the Sainsbury’s School Games under 16 Table Tennis event for North Warwickshire Schools. The U16 George Eliot Team achieved a creditable first place securing their place in the Warwickshire County Finals, to be hosted at Warwick University, date to be confirmed. The school team representatives were Jack Millerchip (Y9), Sam Chinn (Y9), Luke Moore (Y9), Dipen Gurung (Y10) and Ethan Hopkins (Y10).

Drug Awareness Assembly Featured on BBC Midlands Today

Drug Awareness Assembly

A drug awareness team has been working with the George Eliot School in order to highlight the dangers of using both illegal drugs and also the newer legal highs. This work has culinated in a very successful school assembly which was featured on BBC Midlands Today on 23 January 2015.  

The video can be seen at:




Sainsbury's School Games Mark

The PE Department has achieved a creditable ‘Bronze Award’ for their achievement in PE and School Sport for the Sainsbury’s School Games. This is in relation to our participation and performance in school sport both in curricular and extracurricular representation.

Sky Sports Living Project

On Thursday 20th  November William Bradford Academy hosted a Sky Sports Living Project in conjunction with The George Eliot School. The objective of the event was for students and staff to work with an elite athlete Gilly Mara, GB Olympic Canoeist.

Technology focus for competing schools

Students from across Nuneaton flocked to The George Eliot School last week to take part in a cross-school technology competition.

Ten teams from five Midland Academies Trust (MAT) schools had their engineering, technology and science skills well and truly tested as the young engineers competed for the big prize of being crowned MAT Design and Technology Champions 2014.

Students reflect on holocaust with Poland trip

A group of our students made a special trip to Poland recently to visit the concentration camps at Auschwitz Berkenau.

A party of 36 students, along with four members of staff, took time out from their normal lessons to make the visit which had been arranged to complement the work they had been covering in History and Philosophy & Ethics.

A summer school of fun at George Eliot

Students attending this year’s summer school had the opportunity to try out all kinds of activities and trips ranging from trampoline, kayaking and badminton through to languages, arts, crafts and rock climbing.

Summer School Manager, Aaron Dudley put together the summer-long scheme designed for students starting our school in September.  He said: “The students have been fantastic.  They have met all their goals and are all eager to start in September.  It has been an overriding positive experience.”