Cross-curricular week is always a time that the children really look forward to, particularly when the topic is ‘The Romans’!
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With last week’s match being ‘rained off,’ the girls were looking forward to this week’s match. It was in Uttoxeter against Denstone Prep. School.
The U11 team finally got their season on the way against The Ryleys after two previous postponements (Newcastle JS and Old Hall) due to weather conditions. What a start it was! Joseph S won the toss and decided to have a bowl.
After giving an exceptional performance at the ISA Kwik Cricket Tournament, held at Moddershall Cricket Club, the boys of year 5/6 were able to achieve an amazing 3rd place out of 16 in their debut at this tournament.
Half term is fast approaching and the second half of Trinity Term would not be the same without the School’s Summer Fayre: the theme of which will be 'The Great Edenhurst Bake-Off'.
The topic in May in Reception is minibeasts. We are now able to name lots of minibeasts, say how they move and name their body parts.
We have also learnt about the differences between insects and arachnids.
We have been lucky with the weather so far at the allotment.
Cross curricular activities are an integral part of the studies in Form 1 and they make learning particularly fun, relevant and exciting.
Unbelievably, the lives of the Fab Four are now part of the Prep 6 History curriculum.
In Science, Form 2 have been learning all about minibeasts and plants we find in our local area.
Congratulations to the following Edenhurst pupils for their fantastic achievements this Spring!
On a very sunny day this week the Nursery children had two very special visitors: Chops and Shaun the Sheep. When they arrived we heard bleating outside as they walked around Nursery to the garden. What could it be?
Prep 3 had a wonderful day in the beautiful surroundings of Lyme Park. The park has a varied landscape, from manicured gardens to wild woods.
A team of eager Rounders players from Prep. 3, 4 and 5 travelled to Yarlet, near Stone, for their first rounders fixture. For the younger girls it was a chance to compete in an inter-school match for the first time.