At St Edmund’s we strive for all our children to achieve their best academically as they progress in their learning journey. We also seek to recognise, value and nurture the individual qualities of each child. Through our weekly focus on the Federation’s values which identify the ‘Characteristics of an Effective Learner’, we teach, identify and celebrate a number of essential life skills which our children develop as members of our school community. Our accreditation as a Silver Rights Respecting School demonstrates the importance we place on supporting our children to understand the rights and responsibilities that they have as a member of our school community and as a global citizen in the wider world...
-Mrs Kate Copeman, Head of School
Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time to help before, during or after this evening's two discos. The children at both events had a great time and will hopefully sleep well (I know the grown-ups certainly will!) Have a lovely weekend. https://t.co/DwPW963zoZ
The EY and KS1 Disco is underway and the dance floor is filling up! https://t.co/BtSoIys2Ko
It was a nail biting time in Y6 today as the first heats of the CrumbleBot Race took place! The children have been writing codes to programme the CrumbleBots & today they tested them out. They will now be refining their codes next week to see if they can improve their performance https://t.co/lEWbzz7zCf
Yesterday the children in Owls class were looking at different food groups and making and tasting a healthy sandwich that they had designed. The children grated cheese and sliced apples, cucumbers and tomatoes. Lots of them were brave and tried a new food for the first time. https://t.co/IZhvmWbRGT
Take a look at today's newsletter. Wishing you all an enjoyable weekend. https://t.co/vlcY717Xjk
A team of Year 4s had great fun representing the school in a dodgeball tournament earlier this week. Thank you to those of you who took part and represented our school so well. https://t.co/8zVXZvyq9U
Thank you to the staff and families that donated to the collection we had during Advent. As you can see your act of kindness and generosity was greatly appreciated. https://t.co/n8kwHdyoQI
Year 1 have been learning about the Sacrament of Baptism in their recent RE lessons. They joined Fr David in church to learn more about the sacrament, in particular the symbolism of the water, Oil of Chrism, white baptismal garments and the baptismal candle. https://t.co/IojJDtoVJf
Take a look at today's newsletter. Wishing you all a lovely weekend. https://t.co/zoqjc5dprL
Kane our school gerbil was keen to say good morning to you all today and wish you all a Happy New Year! https://t.co/ccoDhm2hjf
Festive fun and food. What better way to end the last day of term. Thanks to Emma and her team for cooking such a yummy lunch for over 350 of us. https://t.co/R2RUVFxlob
A big thank you for making St Edmund's school such a wonderful school for our children to go to.
Thank you for continually inspiring me to do my best. You helped me strive for goals. I found guidance, friendship discipline and love.
I would like to say a huge THANK YOU for all your selfless sacrifices and hours of unappreciated hard work that all of you put in. You have been doing a fantastic job!!
We are so pleased to be part of the school family at St Edmund's. Your response to our needs is such an amazing example to set children - they truly are "Learning together in God's Love".