We're delighted to welcome Mrs. Catherine Bartholomew to the staff at Edenhurst. She will be teaching Form 1 on Thursdays and Fridays, starting in January, and you can find out more about her below...
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Almost fluent in French now, Reception class enthusiastically enter the classroom “La petite France” with huge smiles, singing and doing actions to their instructions song “Ecoutez!”.
On December 7th, as part of National Letter Writing Day, the Nursery children decided to write very special letters to Santa Claus with some very special requests!
In Reception we enjoy covering the Seven Areas of Learning.
As part of our learning about Buildings, the Little Learners were visited by James the Builder last week.
This year has been very successful in our work towards becoming a ‘Green Flag’ Eco school. We awarded 32 children with the ‘Outstanding Eco Achievement award’ and we began work at the allotment.
One of the many exciting new additions to the Humanities Curriculum this year is the study of the Stone Age for Prep 3.
The Toddlers loved learning last week about builders and how we build things.
Form 1 had a thoroughly enjoyable trip to Quarry Bank Mill on a beautiful, Autumnal day. The purpose of the visit was to investigate and work with a range of natural materials.
Our new Reception children have had a very busy half term.
We voted to choose our favourite nursery rhyme, which was Incy Wincy, and then sequenced the story and made a class dance about it.
As part of our Autumn topic to promote Understanding of the World, Literacy and Mathematics, the Little Learners went out into the school garden armed with paper and crayons ready to explore.
Former Stoke City FC footballer Ricardo Fuller has officially opened our new AstroTurf pitch!