You may or may not have noticed a silence on my part with regards upcoming cycle by me and Mr Barber from Land’s End to John o'Groats (LEJOG). There is good reason for this.
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Thank you to all those who, during the Easter holiday, ‘liked’ the pictures of Eden Bear on his travels in Moscow (click here to see some more).
On Tuesday 7th May, 12 Edenhurst pupils attended the 2019 SATIPS Art exhibition at Bromsgrove School near Worcester.
Two of the Edenhurst staff are putting their best wheel forward to raise money for charity by cycling from Lands’ End to John O’ Groats. Mr.
We're delighted to welcome Clare Priest to Edenhurst as our teacher of French. Find out about her below...
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I was so proud of all the children who performed in our Spring concert. It was absolutely superb! Well done to everyone.
Children from our Early Learners class who will be joining Reception in September enjoyed an exciting Forest School lesson last week as part of the Reception transition process. The event, led by Reception Teacher Mrs Hodgkinson, saw the children planti
Reception were amazing on Tuesday evening this week, when they gave a production of “Tadpole Rag” to the parents. Everyone was very excited beforehand when they were being made up, putting on their costumes and even when getting green hair -
One of our exciting initiatives in the Toddler Room is the introduction of Mini Me Yoga!
Between 9-16 March sixteen Edenhurst pupils, accompanied by Mr Barnes and Mr Barber, travelled to Le Corbier in the French Alps for a fabulous week of skiing.
Our oldest Edenhurst pupils have come to the end of their 11+ journey. They have ACHIEVED highly and we are all proud of the progress that they have made in the time that they have been with us.
"Do. Or do not. There is no try." A crowd of very interestingly-dressed Edenhursters sat in the hall for assembly this morning, as Mr.
‘Noah’s Ark’ is a familiar story for all and this year, Form 1 took on the challenge of turning this into their class play. After much hard work and dedication from the children, staff and parents, a polished performance of ‘Noah’ was deliver
On Tuesday 5th March Prep 6 headed up 'The Long And Winding Road' to Liverpool as part of their History studies, in order to learn more about the music of The Beatles and about John Lennon in particular. It often gives parents - and grandparents - a sm