Rated by the Sunday Times December 2018 as one of the top 500 primary schools in the country and the 2nd best this year in Solihull.
WELCOME TO ST GEORGE and ST TERESA SCHOOL
I am proud to welcome you to St George and St Teresa Catholic Primary School in Solihull within the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham. We are a Catholic school who centre ourselves and our work on the teachings of Christ and strive to live our school Mission Statement in all we do.
For 50 years the school has served the families of the parish and local community. The strength of the bond between home, school, parish and the community is one of our keys to successful and lifelong learning.
At St George and St Teresa, we consider our children and families to be our greatest assets, together with our dedicated staff. We strive to ensure that our high expectations, excellent quality of education, care and guidance create in our pupils a thirst for knowledge, an aspiration to succeed and inspiration for their futures.
I hope that in whatever capacity you are reading this you will recognise the strengths, achievement and potential that exists within our school and that you will find the website interesting, informative and useful.
I trust the information on this site answers any questions you may have about the school. Good as our website is it only gives you a brief glimpse of aspects of school life. If you would like further information on any aspect of our work please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Whilst the website is a sound introduction to the school, I recommend that prospective parents visit our school. I would welcome the opportunity to meet you, answer your questions and let you see our school in action. I also welcome suggestions/feedback on items you'd like to have included, or improvements we could make.
Latest Term Dates Events
- Spring Holiday15Apr2019
- PTA School Ball11May2019
- Year 5 PGL Residential Trip20May2019
@ Boreatton Park near Shrewsbury
Message from Mr Foxon, St George & St Teresa Catholic Primary School.
To all concerned - Thank you to each and every one of you for marking my retirement in such an
Your Future, Their Future. Teaching Opportunities at the St. Peter’s Solihull Teaching School Alliance.
Are you interested in becoming a primary or secondary teacher? The St. Peter’s Solihull Teaching School Alliance has School Direct non-salaried places available for September 2019 in Primary Education and a range of salaried and non-salaried places in the following secondary subjects: Art & Design, Biology, Chemistry, Computing, English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Modern Foreign Languages, Music, Physical Education, Physics and Religious Education. We are looking for enthusiastic, dynamic and energetic individuals who have the potential to become outstanding teachers with the drive and motivation to make a difference. We offer a highly successful, bespoke training programme and have an excellent track record and a wealth of experience in training new teachers. Successful completion of the one year course will lead to the award of qualified teacher status (QTS) and will include a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) certified by Newman University or The University of Warwick. For more information, please contact us at
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The nominated Secondary School for the Parish of St George and St Teresa is St Peter's School, a co-educational 11-18 Voluntary Aided Catholic Comprehensive School which serves the Catholic community in Solihull. It draws its pupils mostly from our Primary school and the other four main partner Primary Schools on the south side of the Borough of Solihull. For more information about the school, please visit the school website.
School contact details
St Peter's Catholic School
Telephone: 0121 705 3988
Fax: 0121 703 8350
The School Nursing team from Solihull Healthy Child Programme Service (in South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust) have launched two exciting websites for children and young people in the borough to find information on health and emotional wellbeing as well as local services that can help. The websites are packed full of age-appropriate health and wellbeing information and advice and there are quizzes, games and interactive features to engage children and young people.
Link 1: https://www.healthforkids.co.uk/
Solihull Parents Network
Family Information Service 0800 389 8667