Love, Care, Share Year 4 Past Events IMG_0767.JPG IMG_0793.JPG IMG_1145.JPG IMG_1182.JPG IMG_1769.JPG IMG_1929.JPG 28042011 032.jpg 28042011 009.jpg 28042011 010.jpg

Our School took part in this special event to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.

The whole school celebrated the Royal Wedding with a Royal street party in the playground.

Many thanks to Mr Fitch and Miss Lynch for being William and Kate for the day.

The whole school including ex-students and parents took part in our centenary event celebrating our 100th year as a Catholic school.

A very special visitor known as Google came to our school demonstrating his great work towards aiding people.


The whole school took part in the Mary Procession in the Parish garden.

On the 16th June 2014 children from Years 3,4, and 5 came to school in their Holy Communion clothes. Then we all went to church and had a wonderful mass. The person who was leading the mass was Father Emmanuel. After the mass we went to the school hall. We took some photos and we had biscuits and a drink. It was a delightful morning.

Both year 3 and year 4 attend the Lea Valley Centre to compete in their sports day event.

More information can be found on our P.E sports day curriculum webpage

Year 4 travelled to the Delta CLC Centre in Enfield to make videos about Tudor life.

Year 4 was using green screen technology which made it possible to use Tudor pictures for their backgrounds.

More information can be found on our ICT green screen projects.

On Wednesday 3rd December, Mrs Nagle, Mrs Freitas and Miss Pittendreigh took 16 children from Year 4 and Year 5 to the Advent Carol Service at Westminster Cathedral.

See more on our

R.E. page

The Year 6 Digital Leaders and Year 4/5 Code Club went on a Digital Summer Trip at Hackney Community College on 3rd July where they learnt (amongst many other things) how to play music on vegetables!

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Children in Years 3 4, and 6 now have the opportunity to take part in the Cycle Confident scheme.

Level 1 encourages children to enjoy cycling and gives them the basic skills to develop into future on road cyclists. The children's bikes are adjusted with the children watching and learning and helmets are correctly fitted.

In Year 4 we are proud of our work!!! Children always aim to get their work displayed on the wall for others to enjoy. Why not take a look at our fantastic work?

We make maths in Year 4 fun. That’s why we are number ONE!!!

Children learn best when they have fun. That’s why, in Year 4, we plan and teach exciting and engaging maths lessons.

Check out our giant fraction wall, enormous clock and counter work!

Children in Year 4 learnt all about Ghanaian culture, thanks to PJ and his fantastic mum! PJ and his mum presented information about Ghana to both Year 4 classes. They were shown traditional Ghanaian clothing, artefacts and jewellery.

We had a brilliant time learning about Ghana and hope that other parents will come into St Edmund’s and talk about their culture.

Children in Year 4 have been extremely lucky this half term. They have been working with Kinder Kitchen and Virgin money, to create an enterprise and become entrepreneurs!!

4.1 have been tasting and studying healthy cereal bars! They have also been designing and making their own, in 3 groups.

4.2 have been looking at healthy smoothies.

Keep your eyes peeled, as these tasty treats will be on sale soon, at the end of the 10 sessions.


On 7th November 2014, 4.2 visited St Monica’s school. We had a fantastic day exploring their ‘forest’. The day was packed full of exciting activities including finding materials and building habitats.

Year 4 after school Computing Club have been using nested loops in Code Studio

 to draw some repeat patterns:

The lunchtime Code Club for years 3 and 4 took part in the "Hour of Code" . They learnt to write algorithms to make snowflakes with Anna and Elsa from Frozen or to help Angry Birds, Zombies and Scratch the Ice Age Squirrel find their prey! Since then all year groups and the Computing after-school club have been using Beyond Hour of Code to improve their coding skills.

 Year 4 visited Hatfield House to conclude their Topic work on the Tudors. They had a fantastic day exploring the grounds, learning about the history of the house and meeting some very important people, including Henry VIII. The children learnt about how England changed while Henry was ruling and came away with some interesting facts about battles.

As part of ‘International Week’, we had the opportunity to play the steel pans. It was great fun! Take a look at our performance.

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