Camp Edenhurst 2018 was a huge success with 39 enthusiastic children from the Prep forms taking part.
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This year the local Eco Forum was held at Silverdale Country Park. We took 8 children who were engaged in each of the workshops led by different local organisations.
Edenhurst recently enjoyed hosting and leading a Bellevue Science Collaborative Learning day. This was a day of interactive, enquiry based activities in the style of a workshop.
A few weeks ago 24 very eager students took on the challenge of competing in the Cheshire Kids Duathlon held on Saturday 19th May in Nantwich.
This term our topic in our History lessons is The Victorians and to get a better insight into the life of a Victorian child, we visited Blists Hill to have a lesson in the Victorian Classroom.
The new term brought with it a change from the winter sports to the summer sports. We play fixtures in rounders, cricket, athletics, tennis and swimming and it is always lovely to play these sports.
Edenhurst Nursery joined in with the annual Staffordshire Day celebrations this week (May 1st), giving the children the opportunity to explore all the things we love about Staffordshire and what it is known for around the world. We decided to
Form 2 had an amazing time at The Wolseley Centre (run by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust) earlier this week learning all about plants and life under the water. Our leader (Jill) had planned plenty of hands on interactive activities to INSPIRE the class to
Eight pupils from Edenhurst were recently selected to attend the SATIPS (Society for Support and Training in Prep, Primary and Senior Schools) Art Exhibition at Bromsgrove School. During the trip, which took place on Tuesday 24th April, pupil
Staff and children at Edenhurst Nursery are celebrating after winning a national award. The Nursery’s owners, Bellevue Education, have been placed in the Top 20 Recommended Mid-Size Nursery Groups 2018 (6-20 Group Members) based on parent reviews by th
Children joining the School's Reception class in 2018 enjoyed a Forest School lesson last week as part of the Reception transition process. The Easter-themed event, led by Reception Teacher Mrs Hodkinson, saw the children planting flowers and taking par
The Toddlers were very excited to visit the local shop recently to buy some fruit and vegetables for our theme on Healthy Eating. We bundled up to keep warm as the weather was a bit snowy and walked down the road.
Our annual cycle of 11+ exams came to an end just prior to February half-term. As the whole of Prep 6 can look back with much satisfaction on on their achievements, here is an update on their progress. Congratulations to all of the children below - th