As part of the EPTA’s aim to provide additional experiences and facilities for the children at Edenhurst, a donation of £250 was made to the Nursery for them to invest in additional play equipment.
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Christmas is the season of giving and sharing with loved ones and those less fortunate than ourselves.
Just before the half-term holiday, the whole school had an Activity Day based around 'The Great Outdoors'! Below are reports from each class about the fun and challenge that they had...
The Little Learners have been learning all about Outer Space this week. As part of our topic we have made rock cakes to use as moon rocks!
This week the Explorers turned into scientists as they put on their metaphorical white coats to carry out an experiment with milk and food colouring.
In the run up to the October half-term, children have been working with Mrs.
Earlier this year we were delighted to catch up with Edenhurst alumna Emma Joustra (nee Jones). Emma is a Potteries-based artist who specialises in home and workplace portraits.
Edenhurst Friends Association has re-launched this term as Edenhurst Parents and Teachers Association (EPTA). Newly-elected Chair of the EPTA, Deborah Ware, said: “The newly-formed EPTA is the start of a new fresh look at bringing the parent
The Toddlers have been very busy this month starting to learn about Autumn.
Form 2's first trip of the year proved to be a great (although rather wet) success! We drove to Buxton in the glorious sunshine and quickly started our underground tour of Poole’s Cavern.
It has become a tradition in recent years that the School Choir's first outing is to Beaumaris Court, a home just along the road from Edenhurst, in order to perform for the residents. This week the choir walked the short distance along and entertained
Edenhurst supports a number of charities throughout each academic year.
The Babies have been learning all about themselves recently with the help of our friends at Nursery and our Mummies and Daddies. At Nursery we have been concentrating on our likes.
The children in Reception have settled in beautifully and have had a great first fortnight. They have been getting stuck in exploring their new classroom, making friends and getting to know their new buddies in Prep 6.
Unbelievably, this is the fifth year that we have been taking Prep 6 pupils to Condover Hall for our now traditional beginning-of-year residential. It is eagerly anticipated and always much enjoyed by all pupils, as it is 'their' trip - and this year's