Edenhurst had that winning feeling on Tuesday as teams travelled to two different events.
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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
One thing that makes Edenhurst distinctive as a school is that we have strong links with a range of partner senior schools. We are in the fortunate position of not being linked with any one school; instead, we can suggest that particular scho
Written by our own Mr Barnes, this was included in this term's edition of 'Prep School Magazine'.
All our new Reception class have settled in well and we have had great fun doing various activities.
We have all met our Prep 6 buddies, and love seeing them each day at playtimes.
Edenhurst Prep School has been awarded a gold award by the Woodland Trust for getting involved in green activities including tree planting, visiting a local woodland, reducing carbon emissions and recycling.
We are delighted to announce that Edenhurst has achieved the School Games GOLD Mark Award for the 2018-19 academic year!
Over the summer, the Early Learners were very busy moving to their new classroom in the Early Years department.
In Assembly last Monday, Mr Hibbert referred to the ‘Condover Hall Legend’. Our Prep 6 residential has begun to acquire something of a cult status: this was our sixth visit to JCA’s flagship site close to Shrewsbury, and one that is eagerly anticipated
Our new Prep 6 pupils have had to be a little more patient than previously in order to learn their roles and responsibilities. After each presented their candidacy to the school and staff in the Trinity Term, they knew that they would have to wait unti