Welcome to our schools. I am very proud to be the Executive Headteacher across the federation of St Edmund’s, St Edmund’s Pre-school and St Joseph’s.
Our schools provide high quality education to approximately 600 children aged 3 to 11 years across the three settings. Our mission statement ‘Learning Together in God’s love by encouraging and supporting one another’ reflects the culture of care that allows every child to flourish academically, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Whilst our partnership brings great advantages as we share expertise and resources, each school is unique so please visit their separate pages to find out more about each one.
– Mrs Maria Kemble, Executive Headteacher
Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time to help before, during or after this evening's two discos. The children at both events had a great time and will hopefully sleep well (I know the grown-ups certainly will!) Have a lovely weekend. https://t.co/DwPW963zoZ
The EY and KS1 Disco is underway and the dance floor is filling up! https://t.co/BtSoIys2Ko
It was a nail biting time in Y6 today as the first heats of the CrumbleBot Race took place! The children have been writing codes to programme the CrumbleBots & today they tested them out. They will now be refining their codes next week to see if they can improve their performance https://t.co/lEWbzz7zCf
Yesterday the children in Owls class were looking at different food groups and making and tasting a healthy sandwich that they had designed. The children grated cheese and sliced apples, cucumbers and tomatoes. Lots of them were brave and tried a new food for the first time. https://t.co/IZhvmWbRGT
Take a look at today's newsletter. Wishing you all an enjoyable weekend. https://t.co/vlcY717Xjk
A team of Year 4s had great fun representing the school in a dodgeball tournament earlier this week. Thank you to those of you who took part and represented our school so well. https://t.co/8zVXZvyq9U
Thank you to the staff and families that donated to the collection we had during Advent. As you can see your act of kindness and generosity was greatly appreciated. https://t.co/n8kwHdyoQI
Year 1 have been learning about the Sacrament of Baptism in their recent RE lessons. They joined Fr David in church to learn more about the sacrament, in particular the symbolism of the water, Oil of Chrism, white baptismal garments and the baptismal candle. https://t.co/IojJDtoVJf
Take a look at today's newsletter. Wishing you all a lovely weekend. https://t.co/zoqjc5dprL
Kane our school gerbil was keen to say good morning to you all today and wish you all a Happy New Year! https://t.co/ccoDhm2hjf
Festive fun and food. What better way to end the last day of term. Thanks to Emma and her team for cooking such a yummy lunch for over 350 of us. https://t.co/R2RUVFxlob
Children's Mental Health Week-The children in Noah Class connected by having a tea party and invited a tiger! https://t.co/HWjKxootfX
Key Stage 1 have been learning about animals and their care. This morning Bumble came to visit and the children had thought of lots of questions to ask his owner Mr Bloomfield. Bumble was very well behaved. https://t.co/y5ha6vkS82
Child's Mental Health Week - we launched today with the connections theme this morning which fits nicely with this week's Gospel reading and our Learning Characteristic of being respectful. https://t.co/dDjgm5fu9G
The children loved the Sugarglider and Tegu! https://t.co/TnczfRtd4e
Whole school assembly from Animal Experience. Lots of fascinating information! https://t.co/P1Eo8mX4IN
Animal Experience are in school today! The children are learning about the animals and how to care for them. All the children have been given the opportunity to hold each animal. Lots of excitement and smiles. #animalexperience https://t.co/JBjm448Pif
Yesterday at celebration assembly we said well done to our football team who played midweek in the second round at Portman Road. So proud of their team work, resilience and sportsmanship! Don't forget to download this week's newsletter.
Go St Joe's! We won the tournament this morning and we are through to the next round! So proud of the boy's efforts and commitment and their coach, Mr LS! https://t.co/AoogIysfkE
Upper key stage 2 are off to Portman Road this morning taking part in the EFL kid's cup. This is our first time taking part! More goal pictures to follow. https://t.co/yFTz5WyeOd
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KS2 are ready for the carol concert this afternoon. There are some last minute changes but the children have adapted and are in good voice. https://t.co/MxaQzK7J8w
Today was Christmas dinner day! Lots of extra elf helpers, traditional roast and Christmas tunes. The brussel sprouts were even a hit and there was a long queue for seconds! https://t.co/CXDmwS5qFN
EYFS and Key Stage 1 play was a roaring success. Clear speaking, beautiful singing and expressive dancing. Lots of fun with the message that Jesus is our saviour! https://t.co/sM3ONVfc20
Dear Parents, School will re-open to key worker and vulnerable pupils only on Tuesday 5th January 2021. For full details please see the letter from the Headteacher and Governing body on the website: https://t.co/1bpqp4PS4l
We're back in pre-school after a lovely summer at home, playing with our friends and family. Today we're exploring the small world 'zoo'. This helps us to develop language skills and express our imagination. https://t.co/e5InLqxQva
Look at our stories about 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'. We like to write picture stories to read to each other at circle time. https://t.co/jZF4XnNrZG
What a busy time we've been having in Pre-school. Our caterpillars have hatched and the children released them to 'collect nectar from the flowers' (MC). We also went to the theatre to see The Very Hungry Caterpillar - what fun! https://t.co/IjjeUQinXb
The wonderful adventure wonderland. What fun! https://t.co/cJ4GTxXHTH
From frogs to dinosaurs...what a busy week. The children love the swamp theme and enjoy the smell of the herbs in the swamp. https://t.co/paEgUu34uv
We've been playing in our tuff spot with Chia seeds and thinking about the frog pond in the school vegetable garden. We love the way the slimy chia seeds feel like frog spawn. https://t.co/ULZ13tHtSX
We love learning about life cycles and growing. We're busy watching worms and caterpillars at the moment. Our beans are growing in the garden and we're looking at the frogs in the school garden. Such a lot of growing going on in pre-school this term. https://t.co/VEt7bwPZm3
More Happy Little Walkers! We love walking to school - it helps us to get strong muscles and keep active. Join us by walking, scooting or cycling to pre-school tomorrow. https://t.co/DIxkjFP95G
It's walk to school week this week. We're having great fun, joining in with the Little Feet campaign, encouraging our little ones to walk, scoot or cycle to school - no buggies for us this week! Get your sticker tomorrow for walking to school! https://t.co/hvMf37galA
It's world book week....what a busy week we've got planned: we've made gingerbread men and gingerbread houses with boxes this week so far and it's only Tuesday. More to follow!! https://t.co/0F3u9Urtn9
Another busy day as we head on fast towards half-term break. It was beautiful in the Meadow Classroom today, and everyone enjoyed making necklaces at Forest School. Using the palm drill with Peter was great fun! https://t.co/o4qLwYOJMO
We like to learn new skills. We can make our own snack and wash up the dishes when we've finished. We use real cups and real plates and are very grown up! https://t.co/zWVjVRN71e
Forest School today. It might be cold and wet, but we still love being outside, climbing trees and developing our muscles as we learn to take risks and manage our safety with the help of our teachers. https://t.co/LRXfcYKAa7
We've been having a busy old time here in pre-school. Thinking about the artist Kandinsky, and making wonderful circle pictures with buttons in Explorers Corner. https://t.co/x1dfxDlGDR
We are so pleased to be part of the school family at St Edmund's. Your response to our needs is such an amazing example to set children - they truly are "Learning together in God's Love"
Parent - St Edmund's
I am so impressed with the way the children are conducting themselves, they are so focussed and want to achieve. Their class teacher has given them so much self-belief.
Parent - St Joseph's
Thank you so much for all of the help, care and support for Penelope over the past year. She can’t wait to go to ‘big school’ and you have done an excellent job in preparing her for the next step in her learning.
Parent - Pre-School