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July 2021

  • Goodbye Year 6!

    Published 21/07/21

    Today has been Year 6's last day at St Edmund's.  It is a very strange day today because it is both sad and very exciting at the same time.

    Sad because all of you have been such a big part of St. Edmund’s for a large part of your life. You have spent more time at school with your friends and teachers than you have at home. You might be sad because you are moving to a new school that is different to your friends. It lots of change – new teachers, new classrooms and new friends.

    But – today is also very exciting because although it is the end of your time at St. Edmunds it is the start of a new adventure!

    After the holidays you will all be going to wonderful Secondary Schools where you will meet new friends and have great opportunities.

    We are very proud of all of you. We have watched you grow over the years in height and intelligence, until we see the wonderful young people you have become today.

    Always remember your time at St. Edmund’s.

    Remember our Motto – To Love, Care, Share.

    If you can remember to live by this Motto in all that you do, you will have a great, happy life ahead of you.

    Love your friends and your families, and you will feel loved in return.

    Care for others around you and out in the wider world, and you will be cared for by others

    And Share your wonderful talents that God has given you – put them to good use.

    Come back to visit us to inspire other children when you are doctors, solicitors and teachers.

    All the staff at St. Edmund’s wish you lots of happiness and great success in your new schools and your futures.

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    More pictures of the Year 6 Leavers' Assembly can be found in 'Our School Gallery' 

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  • St Edmund's Summer Garden Project

    Published 20/07/21

    Over the past few months the children across St Edmund's have worked tirelessly with Mrs Jenkins and Mrs Kenny to plant flowers, trees and vegetables around our school, as part of the boroughs edible garden project / Enfield in Bloom. They have done a fantastic job making our school even more beautiful and have learnt loads about plants and how to grow food in the process. 

    Have a look at our amazing work!


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  • #HowWillYouSayThankYou Poetry Competition!

    Published 07/07/21

    At St Edmund's we are always excited to hear of the success of past students.  We recently heard that Emmanuela, who is now in Year 7 at St Michael's Catholic Grammar School, had won Michael Morpurgo's #HowWillYouSayThankYou Poetry Competition. 

    Emmanuela has won £100 of book vouchers for her amazing and heartfelt poem which you can listen to below!

    'Keep up your amazing work Emmanuela' - From all the proud adults and children of St Edmund's!


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  • Marcus Rashford Book Club

    Published 01/07/21

    We were delighted to have received a donation of books from Marcus Rashford and his collaboration with Magic Breakfast. This book is the first book in the Marcus Rashford Book Club. It is called ‘A Dinosaur Ate My Sister’ written by Pooja Puri with illustrations by Allen Fatimaharan.

    Marcus Rashford says:

    “Welcome to my Book Club. I’m so excited that you are able to join us. I want you to take this book home tonight and write your name in the front because this book belongs to you and only you. It’s obviously fine to share with friends and siblings but only if YOU want to. 

    Tell your friends that this book is a gift from me to you because that’s exactly what it is.Escape in to the story and find the joy in your reading. If you’re struggling don’t be afraid to ask for help. We all need help along the way, me included. There is no rush to get to the end, enjoy every word at your own pace.

    I’m so excited to hear what you think.” – Marcus Rashford MBE

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July 2021