The school has a new website and is located at the following address:


This site will stay on line for a further 18 months to act as an archive, however no new content will be added.

As it will take some time for the search engines to promote us to their front pages we suggest that you bookmark the new site.   If you are unsure how to do this click on the “show me how to bookmark this website”  link at the bottom of the main page on the new website.

The Value for Money Statement for year ending August 2013 is now online

Click here to read the complete statement

Our new web site is on its way!

At Toddington St George we are working very hard on developing our new school web site which we hope you will find informative, easy to use and fun.  Our plan is to bring it online in February 2014 during half term.  

TSG have been declared as Outstanding following their 2013 SIAMS Inspection
 - a full report can be found here
(Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) 

Following an assessment by ECO Schools England on Friday 27th September,
we are delighted to announce that 
TSG have been given the prestigious Green Flag award. - see more here

                                           TSG the place to be!
An "outstanding" school that strives to continue to be outstanding.

Here at Toddington St George Church of England School we aim to provide a secure and caring environment within which the children can grow in confidence and independence. Each child will benefit from memorable, enjoyable and challenging learning experiences which will enable him/her to develop academically, socially, physically and spiritually. A socially acceptable code of behaviour, which has regard to the needs and feelings of others, is encouraged at all times.

A message from our Headteacher

Welcome to our school website. We hope this gives you a window on school life at St. George’s. I have had the privilege of leading the children and staff at Toddington St George Church of England School (TSG) for six years. At TSG we believe strongly in ensuring every child is known, taught well, valued and cared for. This belief is underpinned by the sure foundation of the Christian ethos of the school.

At Toddington St George’s we work hard to give all the children the very best education we can. We have developed many aspects of the school curriculum, the school site and the opportunities for children to enjoy activities or be cared for before and after school.  

There are many highlights to choose from, and you will see how we have developed the breadth of the curriculum on our Awards page or on the Class pages. You will see children achieve at a high level –see the Achievement and attainment section of our Results page. In each photo you will get a taste of the atmosphere and mutual respect children and staff have for each other in school.  

Points you may wish to consider if you are looking for a school in the local area include:

  • TSG children are really super children!
  • TSG Key Stage 1 results have been significantly above national averages for 5 years in maths, writing and reading.
  • Ofsted graded the school as Outstanding in last full inspection and in the 2011 review of the school.
  • TSG is known for fantastic care and concern for children as learners and individuals.
  • There is excellent commitment to teaching of children with specific needs modelled by the outstanding work of the Hearing Impaired provision.
  • We retain skilled, experienced staff who respond to guidance and input and enjoy developing the school for these children.
  • We have a determined approach to ensuring positive behaviour so children can learn.
  • TSG is well respected in the local community and used by the local community on a regular basis.
  • The school provides a wide range of co-curricular opportunities
  • We have retained strong external providers for extra curricular activates      
  • Our parents responded to our Parent Survey and we enjoy fantastic parent support through our Parent Governors, our PTA and our Parent Forum.
  • Students and teachers, volunteers and parents ask to come and work with us; we also support other schools.
  • TSG has developed an excellent relationship with our local middle school (Parkfields) and provide excellent transition links.

We will be very pleased to welcome you to view the school and an appointment can be arranged with Mrs Child (School Office Manager, 01525 872360).


Mrs Jane Spencer




Our Vision is to:

  • Develop the self esteem and confidence of all children
    Realise the potential and talent of all children with a fun, friendly and challenging environment
  • Foster a love and excitement for learning
  • Equip children with the skills to live happy and successful lives and contribute positively to the community
  • Value every child as an individual
  • Equip children with the skills needed to flourish in a fast changing world Celebrate childhood
  • Foster effective communication between all members of the school community
  • Value all members of the school community
  • Develop the emotional and spiritual well being of all children and adults

    We know we are an outstanding school, but listen to what others say about us: 

    What our parents say (Parent survey 2012)

    “We moved here for St George’s. It has been a great decision”

    “It is a fantastic school!”

    What Ofsted says

    The school continues to offer outstanding education(2011)
    Transition from Year R to Year 1 is good with some outstanding practice (2012)

    What SIAMS says

    The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St George's as a Church of England Academy are outstanding.(2013)

    What Social Care says

    “ We have recommended the school for the excellent pastoral care of children with needs!" (2012)

    What the School Improvement Partner says 

    “The school continues to have consistently high performance at KS1” (2011) 

    “I have seen some exemplary practice and found a great willingness to engage in the school’s development” (2011)

    At present we have 
    320 children in school including:
    • 21  children in Nursery
    • 61  children in Reception
    • 60  children in Year 1
    • 60 children in Year 2
    • 59  children in Year 3 
    • 60  children in Year 4