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
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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
Edenhurst is celebrating being awarded the prestigious Eco-Schools Green Flag award, the highest award available to schools. After previously achieving Bronze and Silver awards - and following a lot of hard work and commitment - the School passed a tho
Edenhurst has welcomed a new Headteacher this month.
Mike Hibbert has taken over as Head following the retirement of Nick Copestick who was Head of the school for 42 years.
We thank Peter Pentecost, Edenhurst parent (1996-2000) for this wonderful contribution for our final newsletter, which he wrote in honour of Mr & Mrs Copestick.
As we come to the end of another year in Nursery, we can reflect on all the exciting things that have gone on throughout the year.
No-one who saw the Leavers’ Assembly last Friday could fail to be touched by the memories that Prep 6 shared - they wrote the assembly together and chose the music that they then played themselves.
Here we meet Mrs Babitah Hibbert and find out more ahead of her joining the staff from September. She will be teaching Maths and PE to the Prep Forms on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
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This year 22 children completed 40 Eco activities and gained a space on the Minibus for our exciting Eco Trips. This year we had two amazing visits taking part in Forest School activities.
Following a successful 42 years at the helm, Headmaster Nick Copestick will be retiring from Edenhurst at the end of this academic year. His wife Suzanne will also be retiring from her teaching role and as Registrar at the school.
The Early Learners have had a very busy month this month preparing for their school play “Number Time” for Mummies and Daddies, Grandparents and friends to come and watch.
Prep 4 have been learning about various foods from around the world in their D&T lessons. They made chicken fajitas in their Food D&T lesson this week: learning where fajitas originate from, the ingredients used in fajitas, and their nutritiona