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 ‘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
Edward has been busy this week. He's made a natural assault course, baked some delicious looking jammie dodgers, finished his Fantastic Mr Fox book and even managed a 22km bike ride. WOW! Edward it makes me tired just thinking about doing that list of things. Well done https://t.co/5TJN8gk4h0
This morning's group of 2HM pupils have had good fun at their forest school transition session. It's lovely to be able to welcome back all of our children over the duration of these three weeks. https://t.co/vMxEz5xQOl
1B Bubble had fun learning about the Lighthouse keeper's lunch and have made lighthouses. https://t.co/PWZTI1bZF3
Yesterday was the anniversary of women's right to vote in Britain, so our 5P bubble has been creating their own campaign posters and reflecting on discrimination and democracy. https://t.co/Y8gZjc5df1
Annabel has had a busy week. Delicious madeleines baked in the kitchen, research carried out to learn more about Isambard Kingdom Brunei & time spent reflecting on things she is proud of and in order to create proud clouds. Great work Annabel. You would earn a proud cloud from us https://t.co/5qnNef5CjV
The second half of 3JM had a brilliant time being back with friends and staff for their transition session this afternoon. https://t.co/mNy9xiLidN
Wow Cara. You are riding your bike with such confidence. Well done Thank you for tweeting this for us all to see. https://t.co/V0LIAfO4t6
3JM enjoying ice pops during their get together at Forest School this morning. https://t.co/DUBMXuSoa7
Thank you to Sidney and Saoirse for announcing this week's learning characteristic in our assembly today. We look forward to hearing who has been ambitious this week and who earns a 'Hand of success'. Have a lovely day https://t.co/rphJCYtzpV
Sidney and Lydia have been busy in the kitchen. They have been making Gruffalo cakes and armpit fudge! I'm looking forward to Sidney explaining to me what armpit fudge is! https://t.co/tHuh3RcDbp
What a great idea Dan. We really like the changes you have made. Great sisterly support from Neha drawing the illustrations too. https://t.co/7isAXCo4lN
The 5P bubble enjoyed a game of rounders this afternoon. https://t.co/y02amLC4NB
The second 2E group definitely enjoyed their ice pop treat at their Forest School drop in session this afternoon! https://t.co/ScS4UHrK9U
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".