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Mr Long's Welcome


I am delighted to introduce St George’s Church of England Infant School to you. As Head Teacher I warmly welcome you on behalf of the children, staff and governors to our Church school, serving the community of Amersham.


Our vision is to provide a supportive and nurturing school community where children grow and learn in an inclusive environment. We believe that Infant education is essential for a child to have the best start in their school life in order to develop into a well rounded adult. It is during these early years of children’s education that characters are formed and we believe that St George’s Church of England Infant School is wonderfully equipped to achieve this goal. Ofsted and the Church School Inspectors agree!


We are very proud of our school, and the progress, well being, and enjoyment of our pupils is paramount to us. We aim for each child to reach his or her full potential and leave St George’s equipped as life long learners, eager to enjoy life, with a love for learning, take responsibility as citizens and always strive for excellence. Children achieve very well, making excellent progress in each year group. 100% of pupils left Year 2 and St George's achieveing the expected standard in Phonics. 


We are a small and friendly infant school and hope to welcome your family’s involvement in school life. We look forward to meeting you on informal and formal occasions and working with you for the benefit of your child. 


I hope this website will help you learn more about St George’s Church of England Infant School and what we aim to achieve for all the children who come to school here. I hope it will also offer an insight into the rich life of the school. I look forward to welcoming you to our school to see first hand what we can offer your child and to see us in action. You will be made most welcome.


Yours Sincerely,


Mr Toby R. Long                 

Head Teacher

A quote from a recent visitor to our school...


"If I lived in Amersham I would make sure my children went to your school. You can feel it's goodness the moment you walk through the front door and seeing such happy, and well behaved children speaks volumes for the commitment you and you staff make and the happy, caring nature you all show.....your school values are evident for all to see."

Picture 1 Royal Visit
Picture 2 Mr Long and others cleaning out the pond
Picture 3 3 stickers = Head Teacher's Sticker!
Picture 4 Mr Long by Sally in Early Years
Picture 5 Charlie Button and Willy Wonka - Book Day
Picture 6 Mr Long and School Council in Westminster
Picture 7 St George's Day
Picture 8 In "Paris" Class for One World Week 2012
Picture 9 Mr Long with Ruth Miskin creator of ReadWriteInc
Picture 10 Royal Visit
Picture 11 Royal Visit
Picture 12 Royal Visit
Picture 13 Easter Parade winners
Picture 14 Olympic Torch
Picture 15 Soup tasting in Early Years
Picture 16 Mr Long leading Collective Worship
Picture 17 St George's Day
Picture 18 St George's Day
Picture 19 Amersham Carnival 2012