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  • Numbers Day 2023

    Published 03/02/23

    Today all pupils across the school have been celebrating the magic of maths during our 'Number Day'. The purpose of the day was to raise awareness for the NSPCC, whilst also continuing to raise the profile of maths within our school. Pupils came in wearing clothes with numbers on, and spent the afternoon playing the board games they each had to make for homework. 

    A fantastic day has been had by all.

    Thank you to Miss Roberts, who has organised and led today's activities. 


    More pictures to follow soon!

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  • The Royal Society Young People's Book Prize 2022

    Published 24/01/23

    Some of the girls in Year 6 were asked to be judges of the Young People's Book Prize 2022 - an award for the best science book of the year. We all read the books and marked them out of 5 for Ease of reading, Interest, Look and feel and Inspiration. It was a close run thing but most of us decided that Fantastically Great Women Scientists and Their Stories was our favourite, and most inspiring book. Amorae wrote that what she liked best about the book was that it shows powerful women who changed history and did incredible things. We have submitted our scores to the Royal Society and wait to see which one wins the prize. You can now read all the books because they have been added to our school library!

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  • Introducing Non-Stop Action

    Published 20/01/23

    St Edmund's is very excited to share that we have started to work with a specialist sports company to deliver our outdoor PE curriculum. 

    Non-Stop Action was founded in 2005 and has developed an enviable reputation across North London. They teach in 59 schools and help deliver an outstanding PE curriculum to over 20,000 children weekly. Non-Stop keeps children at the centre of everything they do, nurturing young people’s competitive spirit to succeed and building confidence and friendships. We are very excited to start this partnership, and we know the children will share their lessons and enjoyment with you at home very soon.

    If you would like to find out more about Non-Stop Action please click here.

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  • Scientists Of The Future!

    Published 13/01/23

    At St Edmunds, Science is taught with an emphasis on improving scientific language and skills. We provide lessons and experiences that allow our pupils to develop and build Science process skills as they move through the key stages. As the world around us becomes more science-driven, we expose our pupils to experiences that spark further interest in STEM-based careers. Pupils can ask and investigate their own questions through weekly science lessons and explore the subject further through cross-curricular learning.

    As we continue to raise the profile of Science in our school, this academic year, we introduced Super Scientists in each class. These individuals have displayed an enthusiasm for the subject or excelled in a lesson /topic. The reward for this fantastic display of Science knowledge or skill is their very own lab jacket, which can be worn for the next block of lessons! 

    So, if you ever see a child wearing one of our lab jackets, ask them any Science questions you may have!

    Well done to all the children who have started the year as their classes' new Super Scientist!​​


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  • St Edmund's Celebrate The Epiphany

    Published 06/01/23

    Today the whole school came together in the hall to celebrate the Epiphany. The liturgy was led by Mr Kelly, the Liturgical team and accompanied by some lovely singing by the choir.

    It was a special, prayerful time together when we remembered the journey of the three kings to visit baby Jesus. 

    A beautiful way to start the term altogether!

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  • KS2 Christmas Carol Concert - The Bells Ring Out

    Published 20/12/22

    For the first time since December 2019, it was truly special to welcome all of the St Edmund's community together again to join in prayer and worship for the coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ at our KS2 Christmas Carol Concert - The Bells Ring Out. 

    All of the performers and congregation left with huge smiles on their faces and filled with Christmas spirit. It was a truly special evening and the children from Years 3 and 4 acted out and read the Christmas story so beautifully and respectfully. The choir, supported by all of kS2 in some of the carols, sang marvellously and harmoniously in celebration of Jesus' birth. 

    Merry Christmas to one and all - may the bells ring out in each and every household!

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  • Walking in the Snow

    Published 15/12/22

    Some Year groups braved the weather and walked the mile on a lovely, sunny morning in December!

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  • St Edmund's Choir Brings Joy To Eastbrook Care Home

    Published 13/12/22

    Last Friday, our fantastic school choir took some time out of their day to visit Eastbrook Care Home in lower Edmonton and sing Christmas carols for the residents and staff. Singing and listening to music can be a great source of joy and comfort for people, especially during the holiday season. It's a thoughtful and kind gesture for the choir to share their talents in this way. I'm sure the residents of the care home appreciated the performance and the festive spirit it brought.

    A huge thank you to Mrs Pope and Miss O'Halloran for organising this thoughtful gesture.


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  • Be Internet Legends Day

    Published 09/12/22

    Year 3 celebrated 'Be Internet Legends Day', a special annual event to introduce pupils to the online safety fundamentals covered in the Be Internet Legends code: to be Sharp, Alert, Secure, Kind and Brave when they go online.​

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  • Reception Fairy Tale Ball

    Published 25/11/22

    Today was an incredibly colourful affair over in our Reception block. Each classroom was full of princesses, knights, dragons and even a few gingerbread men. The children came to school dressed as their favourite characters from a story and attended the St Edmund's Fairy Tale Ball. Throughout the day, there were lots of laughter and smiles as the children talked about their character and even joined in some ballroom dancing. The children have been learning about traditional tales and their characters, settings and feelings over the past few weeks. So this was the perfect way to bring all of this to life.

    Thank you to all the parents who made a great effort to help the children look so fantastic. Also, a big well done to the Reception team, who organised and also dressed up for the day!

    More pictures can be found in our school gallery.


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  • Year 2 Fire Station Visit

    Published 18/11/22

    Yesterday morning, in the gloomy autumn rain, our Year two children set out to visit Edmonton fire station. Wearing their jackets and wellies, they walked 15 minutes to Church street to meet the firefighters. The children had a fantastic morning and were shown around the station, had a go in the fire trucks and even had a shot with the fire hose. The children returned to school incredibly pleased with their trip and spent the rest of the day sharing their experiences with anyone who would listen. 

    It was also wonderful to hear the firefighters praise the children for their excellent behaviours whilst visiting. 

    Very well done all of Year 2 for showing how excellent St Edmund's can be.

    A big thank you also to the staff and parents who supported the pupils on the trip.

    You can find more pictures of the day in our school gallery. 

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  • Remembrance Day Parade

    Published 15/11/22

    On Sunday, November 13th, representatives from St Edmund's joined the Remembrance Day Parade in Edmonton Green. We marched with the Royal British Legion, the Mayor of Enfield, our local MP, Air and Sea Cadets, Police, Scouts, Guides and other uniformed groups, to honour and remember all those men and women in the armed forces who have died in wars. We were also joined by children representing Oasis Academy and Millbrook Pre-School. We are proud to say, "We will remember them".

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