St George’s School, Windsor

Venue St George's School, Windsor
Start date 29/07/19
End date 09/08/19
Tim Minchin: Scenes from Matilda
Vivaldi: Movements from Gloria
Britten: Songs from Friday Afternoons
Status Limited availability
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About the course

We are offering two special courses, delivered in collaboration with QED Education Group, that bring together pupils from the UK and China in an unique programme of music and drama.

The two courses available are:

Course 1) 29th July – 2nd August 2019:

Monday 29th, Tuesday 30th, Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd August which costs £160 for the 4 days. On Wednesday 31st July, there is a special excursion to Legoland and horseriding, costing an additional £70 per child and includes a packed lunch provided by St George’s School.

Course 2) 5th – 9th August:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday which is also charged at £160 for the four day course. On Wednesday 7th August, there is an optional visit to Windsor Castle and Goape! and for this there is an additional charge of £40, the cost of which includes a packed lunch provided by St George’s School.

Booking for the 4 day workshops can be booked via this website, however if you would like to book for the excusion, this must be done separately via Lisa Wang, on If your child is a student of St George’s School and you would like to book a space, please book via Lisa Wang at

If you would like to book for both the 4 day music and drama workshop and the excursion together at the same time, then please contact Lisa Wang on and she would be happy to help.

For each week, there will be drama performances on the Thursday and Singing performances on Friday. There is no charge for these performances and parents are warmly invited to attend before you collect your child/children at the end of the day.

Should you have any queries regarding the music & drama element to the course, please contact Samantha at

About the venue

St George’s is an extraordinary school. Founded in 1348 to educate the choristers of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, they are steeped in heritage and tradition. Whilst they remain a choir school, they now have well over three hundred boys and girls aged 3-13 and a flourishing boarding and day community who are part of this exciting place.

We are very excited to be hosting our first course at St George’s School as they share our values of wanting learning to be fun yet rigorous and ambitious, they want to instil a passion for life-long learning in all our children, whilst giving them the chance to explore and experience a wonderful feast of exciting opportunities, both within the classroom and across all areas of school life.

St George's School, Windsor Castle, Windsor
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