St George's Church of England Primary School

Life - Transforming - Learning Our mission is to deliver Life - Transforming - Learning for all children and young people in our care

  • A flourishing fellowship:
    learning together with God by our side

Contact Us

Welcome toSt George’s Church of England Primary School

Lisa Askew	Head of School Mrs Jennifer Francis
Welcome to the St George's Bickley CE Primary School website which we hope you will find both informative and helpful.

Our aim is to provide new and prospective families with information about the school's ethos, procedures and policies and also to keep existing parents up to date with day to day news and information.

Established in 1869, St George's has always been well known within the local area as being a small and welcoming community primary school. St George's provides a happy, stable and caring environment whereby our children, staff and parents work actively in partnership to enable all children to realise their full potential.

Within our friendly environment all children feel valued, secure, listened to and know that their welfare and education is paramount. Our dedicated staff is committed to developing the children’s knowledge, skills and understanding, whilst enabling the children to enjoy learning, take risks, and become independent thinkers and confident individuals.

Read More

Church of England Education Trust Aquinas Church of England Education Trust

At Aquinas, we work together so that our learners have an exceptional education; one where individuality is celebrated, talents are nurtured and progress is sustained from early years to Post 16.

Established in 2013, the Trust was founded as a natural development of positive relationships built between neighbouring Church of England schools; initially in the Bromley area. In November 2018, we added two community schools to our family, Rye College and Rye Community Primary School in East Sussex.


Testimonials Testimonials

  • "The school’s key phrases, ‘flourish and succeed’, ‘lifelong learners’ and ‘mutual respect’, underpin everything that leaders and staff do."ofsted report 2022
  • "Pupils are taught about keeping safe online, as well as the importance of keeping physically and mentally healthy."ofsted report 2022
  • "Pupils are keen to learn, and they behave exceptionally well. Pupils enjoy school and are very proud members of their community. They are highly motivated and enthusiastic learners."ofsted report 2022

Choose Us?

At St George’s we are learning today for a better tomorrow for our neighbours, our world and ourselves. Ours is a curriculum that encompasses the whole child, inspiring each one to flourish academically, spiritually and socially. This is achieved through the strength of our teaching...

Read More