Last week, Nursery celebrated the festive season at our our popular Christmas Rhythm Time event.
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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
Well what a start to the school year! We began with our AGM back in September, and it was great to see such a large turnout, with parental representation from all school years including the Nursery!
It's unbelievable that Miss Turner has been with us almost a year - she started with us in January and, we are delighted to say, will be staying with us after Christmas. Here she kindly shares some of her reflections on her first year in the
Last Wednesday, all of the Nursery children were very excited to take part in our Beep Beep! With Timmy Time Road Safety Day in aid of Brake, the Road Safety Charity.
Assessment is a topic that many parents are keen to understand more about.
Edenhurst’s annual pilgrimage to the New Vic Theatre in Basford is always eagerly anticipated. It’s another part of the ‘secret Edenhurst’ that is there in the background - the children see a theatre production, rather than a pantomime, at Ch
Staff from Edenhurst Prep School visited Newcastle charity Our Space last week to present them with a cheque for £1,900.
Edenhurst had that winning feeling on Tuesday as teams travelled to two different events.
One of this week’s foci in school has been ‘Anti-Bullying’ week. Each class and house has spent time concentrating on ‘Anti-Bullying’ and during our ‘Anti-Bullying’ assembly, the children showed how well informed they are.
Form 2 had an amazing day at Cadbury World for their Science trip. We learned all about the process of making chocolate from bean to bar and enjoyed tasting samples.
The Explorers have been travelling this week and taken off into Outer Space like Buzz Lightyear!
In the Little Learners we have a genuine commitment to working cooperatively with parents. One of the ways we encourage our positive relationships with parents is through the introduction of small projects to do at home.
Reception have had a very busy half term, culminating in an exciting day at Conkers, on our first school trip.
Whilst this will primarily be of interest to those in the Prep Forms, we encourage parents of Pre-Prep pupils to read it as well. Senior School transition seems a long way away but the process of planning for it begins a number of years befor