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
Smiles on the Friday morning #BikeTrain as we welcomed a new family on board. See you all later for the ride home. For the next two weeks we'll be running extra Trains in support of @sustrans #BigWalkAndWheel campaign. Can't wait! https://t.co/Fm0bVqTu4Y
Take a look at today's newsletter. Wishing you all an enjoyable weekend. https://t.co/RqvalAXZNC
I wonder if you can guess what Early Years were doing outside yesterday afternoon linked to their current Space theme? A real WOW moment captured in these photos! https://t.co/j1LJRE2iH5
A group of our staff recently enjoyed a great training session and lots of laughter with Cindy from @LtL_News thinking about the development of Loose Parts play in order to broaden the types of play opportunities we provide for our children @StEds_ip33 #bigkidsatheart https://t.co/jsPhadqiI7
@suffolk_TA @WorldBookDayUK Thank you for saying so
@StEds_ip33 @WorldBookDayUK Love the way St Eds celebrates World Book Day
It was so lovely to see the children enjoying sharing stories with others across the school on Thursday. @WorldBookDayUK #readingtogether #WorldBookDay2023 #readingforpleasure https://t.co/JYtdyMyvH1
Take a look at today's newsletter. Wishing you all a lovely weekend. https://t.co/2kY7ftacTY
Today is #RandomActsofKindnessDay & how lovely to hear that some of our pupils have been having a sort out of their toys during half term & have decided to donate some to charity. What a lovely act of kindness that will bring joy to others. Well done girls, we're proud of you https://t.co/fqQl0t7WHX
Sleep workshop being run by @family_action next week. https://t.co/ieuUzMR7H0
Looking for something to do with your child on a Saturday morning? https://t.co/KNBXUDgDyt
This week, Yr3 finished their recent unit of art focused on Stone Age cave painting which linked to their history topic too. On Friday they turned over their tables to form mini caves and the children had great fun producing their final cave paintings on a mixed-media background. https://t.co/VYIJPjoFzr
Take a look at this week's newsletter. Wishing you all an enjoyable half term break. https://t.co/JUM0eEk1Kj
Yr 1 welcomed Geraldine into their classes earlier this week to talk about her guide dog Suebi. The children are focusing on non-fiction writing in their English lessons & their Q & A session with Geraldine enabled them to seek lots of information to include in their own writing. https://t.co/EoW0Xxp4vJ
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".