I am pleased to announce that St Edmund's has recently achieved the Bronze Healthy Schools award and even more exciting… the Silver School Travel Plan!

St Edmunds supports healthy, safe and sustainable travel to school. We have a school travel plan to monitor student and staff travel to school and to coordinate a cohesive action plan to help promote and facilitate our objectives.

At St Edmunds we are not ‘anti-car’ but interested in making our community aware of their choices. We would like parents to think about not to driving to school, every day, and to ask, if you do drive, to consider the safety of our school community and not park or stop directly outside the school.  

We feel that our STP addresses issues raised as part of ‘Every Child Matters’ and recent reporst on childhood obesity. It also works in conjunction with our school’s Healthy Schools status.

At St Edmunds we run address the issues of Road Safety in a number of ways, including, assemblies for KS1 and KS2 about using the Highway Code to cross the road safely. Children in Year 6 under go lessons and practical experience of this in Bike ability.

The Road Rangers have also taken part in Road safety operations with the police and created and delivered feedback on this at assemblies and for our school website.

At Junior Citizens workshops, children have observed and taken part in activities and workshops focusing on a range of issues relevant to their up-coming transition to Secondary school, for example, safe and respectful conduct and behaviour on Public Transport.

At St Edmund’s School, we take e-safety extremely seriously. We believe that it is the right of all children to feel safe and secure when using technology.

We teach children to use the Internet and other technologies safely, and we show them how to behave in an appropriate manner. They know what to do if they feel uncomfortable with anything they see or hear either online or through other technology such as mobile phones.

It is important to encourage a healthy lifestyle with regard to the use of technology, and teach children about the risks of exposure to inappropriate content or too much time in front of a screen.

We show children how to keep their data and security safe, and we teach them to be critical of the things they see online.

Our e-safety policy and ICT policy hold detailed information about how we ensure our children remain safe in their use of technology. You can download them below.

If you have any questions or queries about e-safety then contact Yvonne Pearson who is the e safety officer for the school.

E-Safety Downloads

E-Safety policy

What happens If document

Smart Poster

SIDs top tips poster

KnowITall leaflet

Think B4U booklet

CEOP Parent & Carer Checklist

E-Safety Parents.pdf ESS_Esafety_Factsheet.pdf
Esafety E-safety News & Information Click on E-safety Support

The possible dangers of using Pokemon Go were discussed in a whole-school assembly. Our top tips are:


Top Ten Safety Rules for Pokemon Go


1.     Your parents need to sign up for you - this is a game for over 13’s. And only download this game from official stores, iTunes & Google Play, there are fake versions already with viruses.

2.    Find out what your usage limits are - if you play this a lot you might end up costing your parents money. Don’t buy any of the ‘extras’ unless your parents have agreed.

3.    Use a pseudonym for your player user name, not your real name, for privacy and safety.

4.    Don’t go onto private property, you can stand nearby and still capture your Pokemon.

5.    Remember your road safety rules and watch where you are walking, accidents have already occurred playing this!

6.    Be careful that the location you are going to is safe, there are already reports of groups using this game to trap and rob players.

7.    Take a backup battery, your phone’s going to run out of juice fast!

8.    Make sure you know the groups you are playing with. Make sure your parents know who you are with.

9.    Pokemon don’t go to sleep! Agree a time that you will come home and stick to it.

10. If in the future the game asks you to link any social media accounts or messaging accounts with it… don’t.

Use this link to find out more about Pokemon Go:

Pokemon parents saftey guide

Pokemon Go Safety Rules

Advice for parents and carers on cyber bullying

This is Shannon holding her personal copy of the new Enfield Primary Schools Road Safety Winners Competition Booklet 2016.

Shannon was the winner at St. Edmunds this summer and her poem has now been published in this wonderful book along with other entries from around Enfield.

Road Safety Winners ncro3z-Internet-Matters_E-safety_Pre_School.pdf Internet Matters E-safety Pre School ncro3p-Internet-Matters_E-safety_Primary_School1.pdf Internet Matters E-safety Primary School Internet Matters Our Safety Page Love, Care, Share Home Page

 Safer Internet Day 2017 was celebrated globally on Tuesday 7th February with the theme 'Be the change: unite for a better internet'. We thought about all of the things that made us unique and found out that other people shared our uniqueness! Code Club collated all the information and presented it in an assembly. We also considered what images we should share with other people online and who might be able to see them. Years 1 and 2 tried to identify clues that could give away personal information in photographs and Years 3-5 tried to identify images that create either a positive or negative impression and chose images of themselves that created a positive first impression. Year 6 children heard the story of 14 year-old Breck Bednar who was killed after meeting with someone that he only knew online and discussed ways that they would keep themselves and their friends safe.

Please click on the link to find out more about Safer Internet Day 2017:


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