At St Edmund’s we strive for all our children to achieve their best academically as they progress in their learning journey. We also seek to recognise, value and nurture the individual qualities of each child. Through our weekly focus on the Federation’s values which identify the ‘Characteristics of an Effective Learner’, we teach, identify and celebrate a number of essential life skills which our children develop as members of our school community. Our accreditation as a Silver Rights Respecting School demonstrates the importance we place on supporting our children to understand the rights and responsibilities that they have as a member of our school community and as a global citizen in the wider world...
-Mrs Kate Copeman, Head of School
Who likes den building? I wonder what types of dens you can build today either indoors or outdoors today? #dailyplay https://t.co/LJVs8p6Qhk
Edward had a great time being outdoors yesterday. He was very proud of the bow and arrow set he made out of sticks and string. He enjoyed whittling the arrow point. He was really kind and gifted it to his little brother when he had finished. Great job Edward https://t.co/sstmr7PImv
Super hat design. Is that a flower pot in can spot hidden within your design? https://t.co/1HmW1fQGIz
Oh my goodness. 6.2 metres is very impressive. Well done Ena. I'm so pleased to see you had a go. https://t.co/HEqSCd7VQ9
Yr1 enjoyed sharing the book 'A good day for a hat' and then have used this is inspire them to create such an array of different hat designs. Take a look at a few of their creations. https://t.co/ZkH9oBj1yT
This looks like fun. I wonder how far a piece of paper can stretch? We would love to see a picture of you trying today's challenge. #dailyplay https://t.co/K68NUheBMI
Yr 4 have been learning about the water cycle. They also did an experiment investigating why it floods & how different surfaces contribute to flooding. They used a gutter as a river & put different material on to see how fast/slowly the water ran through & how absorbent each was. https://t.co/38qSm8cU5g
Let's go on a shape hunt. What shapes can you see around you at home or in your garden? #dailyplay https://t.co/IAg078hVHE
This looks like fun. I wonder what your pictures will look like? https://t.co/jJevsjCqbT
We've got more rain to come this week so why not have a go at this activity. I wonder how quickly your container will fill up? #dailyplay https://t.co/0bK0uDLH9k
What delicious looking rolls Ena. We'll have to enter you into the Junior Bake off! I hope they tasted yummy https://t.co/J8IdZaeDhN
Who fancies having a flapping fish race today? #dailyplay https://t.co/EEfOEU7FuF
Yr4 have enjoyed being outdoors today and had fun making stick mazes. https://t.co/qQzFrUzaE4
Come and take a look around the Yr2 art gallery. They have been learning about Kandinsky's abstract style of art and how he used colours and shapes to reflect his feelings. They have then had a go at creating their own works of art. #KANDINSKY #art #ArtistOnTwitter https://t.co/DyY40vvV42
A big thank you for making St Edmund's school such a wonderful school for our children to go to.
Thank you for continually inspiring me to do my best. You helped me strive for goals. I found guidance, friendship discipline and love.
I would like to say a huge THANK YOU for all your selfless sacrifices and hours of unappreciated hard work that all of you put in. You have been doing a fantastic job!!
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".