St George’s Day

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By Mel CampbellYear 6 teacher

Celebrate England’s dragon-slaying Patron Saint with these cross-curricular ideas

Painting of St George

While it has not yet been declared a public holiday, St George’s Day, which falls on 23 April, can still be celebrated in style in the classroom. Why not take a closer look at the Patron Saint of England and his brave dragon-slaying antics by dipping into some of the Key Stage appropriate activities below?

Activities

Key Stage 1

Key Stage 2

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  1. Lisa
    on 18 April 2015

    St George's Day

    The links don’t work/there is nothing there!