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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
Being inspired works two ways; the more I work to INSPIRE the pupils at Edenhurst, the more they in turn INSPIRE me!
On Wednesday the 21st of March, Prep 3 had their first ever Roman Day.
A report of our recent Under 11's Netball match versus St. Bede's by two of our pupils, Bethan and Sienna.
The match went well as the final score was 9-7 to Edenhurst!
Our positions were;
On an extremely cold Tuesday, the U10 Netball Team, which consists of all of the girls from Prep.
It has been a busy time this year in Edenhurst’s English Department, as we have been working to develop and build on what we are teaching and look at ways to enhance it. Innovation and development are critical to ensure that the children feel
Unbelievably, we’re less than two weeks away from performing our School Play, ‘Brilliant The Dinosaur’.
In early February, I had the pleasure of leading a Learning Review team at Edenhurst.
All year groups from Reception to Prep 6 enjoyed taking part in a House Activity Day this week. Moving around in year groups, the children moved around three sets of activities: a Jigsaw Challenge, where they had to work in small teams to com
All of the girls in years 5 and 6 were hosts to The Ryley’s Team on Wednesday. It was the first playable match in a while, with previous fixtures being cancelled because of the weather. Everyone was keen to play again!
At Edenhurst, Senior School entrance is very much a process, and one that begins long before the exams in Prep 6. The parents of those currently in Prep 5 are speaking with Mr Copestick about future plans and potential schools post-Edenhurst