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  • Our First Cup Match

    Published 01/12/23

    Our team made a valiant effort at Bush Hill Park School with great teamsmanship and impressive skills. Well done boys!



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  • Fundraising For Children in Need

    Published 17/11/23

    Thank you for your kind and generous donations to Children in Need, which ties in with our Catholic Social Teaching theme - Preferential Option for the Poor and our motto focus of Love for Others. The children had a great time getting active for Children in Need as they took part in archery, trampolining and other fun activities. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Foundation Sports who supplied a coach to oversee the trampolining at no cost to the school as a sign of goodwill to help our fundraising efforts for Children in Need.

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  • Forest School

    Published 02/11/23

    Our Forest School sessions have now finished. A range of children from Year 4 and 5 had an hour and a half every Tuesday for 6 weeks under the guidance of Melissa from Twiggles Explorers learning about bush craft and the great outdoors. But, more than that, they learned important life skills and developed their communication, self-esteem and confidence through games and literacy development. The grand finale, however, occurred in the final week, in which the children took part in a campfire on which they cooked marshmallows!   

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  • Netball First Season Match

    Published 30/10/23

     Well done to the netball team who played their first match of the season at Latymer Secondary School. Our first match was cancelled, but our second, against Houndsfield, we won 5-0! It was a great team effort from everyone.

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  • Reception Liturgy

    Published 17/10/23

    Reception had their first Liturgy, a welcoming event held in our school hall. The Liturgy was presented by Father Gerry, who lead the welcoming Liturgy for reception. They received a special gift from our parish priest that contained a rosary and a Daffodil bulb given to them to grow. 

    We thank all the parents and Father Gerry for attending.

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  • Harvest Festival 2023

    Published 06/10/23

    A fantastic celebration made by our year 3 class this year celebrating the Harvest. Well done to year 3 and a big thank you to the parents for bringing the Harvest to St Edmund's this year. Thank you.

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  • Football league

    Published 06/10/23

    Well done to the Year 5 and 6 boys who played their first league matches on Wednesday 4th October. 

    They played 3 matches; Meridian Angel, Galliard and Raglan.   We won our first match 3-0 and lost to Galliard 1-0 and Raglan 2-0.

    Everyone played brilliantly, and the goalie made some great saves! A fantastic effort from everyone in the team!

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  • Year 6 End of Year Awards

    Published 21/07/23

    Saying a big goodbye to year 6 well done! Wishing you all the best on your new journey.

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  • KS1 Panathlon Challenge

    Published 06/07/23

    A big! Well done to KS1 in winning 3rd place in the Panathlon Challenge event.

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  • Congratulations To Our 2023 Holy Communion Children

    Published 30/06/23

    Receiving the Eucharist for the first time is a special moment in a child's faith journey. Several children in Years 3, 4 and 5 have recently made their First Holy Communion. Last week, we celebrated this moment with a special mass in our church. Children and their families were invited to this lovely event and joined by their school friends. After the mass, the children were joined by family and friends for some nibbles and even more photographs.

    Click here to see more in Our School Gallery.


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  • World Day Of Cultural Diversity

    Published 09/06/23

    St Edmund's recently celebrated the World Day of Cultural Diversity with an incredible event that left everyone feeling enlightened and joyous. The entire school community came together to embrace the rich tapestry of cultures that make up our global society. It was a day filled with immersive experiences, engaging activities, and delightful presentations that showcased the beauty and uniqueness of different countries.

    Throughout the day, students immersed themselves in the traditions of the country they had been assigned. The exploration included learning about the unique dances, arts, and culinary delights that define each culture. 

    The highlight of the day was the much-anticipated assembly where each year group took the stage to present their findings. The enthusiasm and pride radiated from the students as they confidently shared fascinating facts, showcased traditional dances, and displayed stunning artwork inspired by their chosen countries. 

    Thank you to Mrs. Nicola and Miss Virasami who organised and led the day.

    More pictures of the day can be found in Our School Gallery.

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  • Year 5 Learn About Dementia

    Published 26/05/23

    In a heart-warming display of empathy and kindness, our Year 5 students have handcrafted fidget mittens for the residents of Eastbrook Care Home. These have coincided with the children learning about dementia and how to support individuals living with the illness, as their Design and Technology projects aimed to bring comfort and joy to those in need. 

    Under the guidance of Mrs Pope, the mittens were adorned with colourful buttons, soft fabrics and tactile elements, allowing for residents to keep their hands occupied and engaged. 

    A fantastic project which shows the wonderful impact our children can make on our wider community. 

    Great work everyone!


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