In March, and what seems like a different life-time, Form 1 visited Stafford Castle. We were immersed in all things medieval and learned a huge amount about how people lived their lives in medieval castles.
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Social media is something that Edenhurst takes much pride in. We feel it is important to keep our parents, prospective parents and the wider community involved with everything that we are doing.
Reception class had a wonderful time performing their musical play Dumble the Dinosaur, to parents. They loved singing the songs and learning the dances. Everyone learnt their words and stood on the stage to say them with great confidence.
As I sit down to type my article for Edenhurst’s e-news, we have our first, perfectly timed, Millionaire Reader- Lexi in Prep 5.
During the Michaelmas term, we as a staff had been discussing the characteristics that we would like a child leaving Edenhurst to embody.
Music is a very important part of education. The benefits that music gives are invaluable.
On Wednesday, 29th January I was a headteacher for the day. The reason I became headteacher was that I won a competition at the Christmas Fayre.
Two squads, U9 and U11 travelled to Bedstone College to compete in this year's ISA Cross Country competition.Over one hundred children competed in each age group and with challenging weather conditions and heavy ground the course became very d
Seventeen of our pupils took part in LAMDA exams this year. Sixteen of them achieved a Distinction and one narrowly missed out achieving a Merit. This is an astounding result! The highest mark achieved was an impressive 98%.
We went to Gladstone Pottery on a coach and when we got there we watched a video about Stoke-on-Trent pottery in the Victorian times. We found out that the air was dusty and dirty which wasn’t very healthy.
Last week, Nursery celebrated the festive season at our our popular Christmas Rhythm Time event.
St Giles’s Church was full and the stage was set for Edenhurst’s annual Carol extravaganza. It was wonderful to welcome our families and guests to celebrate together - “it’s always the beginning of Christmas for me!” was the remark of one lon