St George's School, Blackpool

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St. George's School, Blackpool
Cherry Tree Road

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Coordinates53°47′53″N 3°00′54″W / 53.79804°N 3.01512°W / 53.79804; -3.01512Coordinates: 53°47′53″N 3°00′54″W / 53.79804°N 3.01512°W / 53.79804; -3.01512
Religious affiliation(s)Church of England
Local authorityBlackpool Borough Council
Department for Education URN140759 Tables
Head teacherMr Warnock
Age11 to 16

St. George's School is a Church of England secondary school with academy status in Marton, Blackpool, Lancashire, England with an intake of both boys and girls aged 11–16. It is located on Cherry Tree Road.


The school has undergone a number of refurbishments. A total of £5 Million was spent on the new buildings, including twelve new classrooms, two ICT suites, and a refectory that can hold up to 125 pupils. Other improvements include a new Arts and Crafts section, with five new classrooms and a Drama and Dance suite as well as a new gymnasium which is twice the size of a regulation basketball court. There is also a MUGA with football nets, netball rings and painted markers.

College System[edit]

In September 2013, St George's launched a collegiate system. Named after cathedral cities in England, all pupils are assigned to a college for the duration of their time in the school.[1]

College Colour
Carlisle Yellow
Chester Purple
Durham Red
Lincoln Green
York Blue


  1. ^ "Colleges".

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