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St Edmund's Catholic Primary School and Nursery

St Edmund's Catholic Primary School and Nursery

Parish, Family, School

Welcome

Welcome to St Edmund’s.  Whether you are an established family within the school, a new parent or a passing visitor, I have no doubt that you will find something of interest within our website! Our teachers are enthusiastic and strive to encourage a love of learning in our pupils and a richness in faith. Our broad curriculum is God centr...
  • Thank you to https://t.co/F31ZJkkk8W for the wonderful Bibles that we have received. These new Bibles will help the children on their faith journey as they study the Word of God in fun and exciting ways. #PrimarySchool #BibleStudy #biblesforchildren #Prayer #GoodNews https://t.co/ZdulC1KTGH

    20/12/01 14:30:191 December

  • Prospective Reception Parents Q&A 10/11/20 we are running a Q&A session at 7pm call/email the school to register your details and get the zoom meeting ID please submit questions in advance if possible. We look forward to meeting with you - info@st-edmunds.richmond.sch.uk https://t.co/7cgWoFByUt

    20/12/01 14:23:421 December

  • Last week 6N produced a short reflection to mark the beginning of our #Advent journey, we have a few shots of the opening sequence, head over to our Facebook page St Edmund's Primary School & Nursery for the full version of the video. https://t.co/PZ0xbj8S6Z https://t.co/RvjFgX39x1

    20/11/30 15:57:1030 November

  • This term we have learnt about The Gunpowder Plot, we celebrated Guy Fawkes day by creating fireworks in a jar, we added food colouring to oil and then poured it into the water to create the illusion of fireworks. We also created firework pictures, poems and a dance #guyfawkes https://t.co/qjRY0ffORn

    20/11/24 10:54:5024 November

  • Year 5 decided to try to make Impressionist portraits of inspirational members of the black community to celebrate Black History Month. Here are some examples of their beautiful work of Rosa Parks and Barack Obama. #primaryschool #obama #rosaparks #BlackHistoryMonth https://t.co/CgYONq14X7

    20/11/13 13:06:5713 November

  • Lest we forget...#RemembranceDay2020 #primaryschool #poppy #RemembranceDay https://t.co/xLs6Euv6fF

    20/11/11 12:04:3711 November

  • Thank you to www.biblesforchildren.org.uk for the wonderful Bibles that we have received. These new Bibles will help the children on their faith journey as they study the Word of God in fun and exciting ways.

    20/12/01 14:27:311 December

  • Prospective Reception Parents Q&A: Unfortunately, we are unable to run school tours at the moment. We have included a virtual tour and if you would like more information, feel free to browse the handy A to Z of school life at St Edmund's both under the Admissions tab on our website www.st-edmunds.richmond.sch.uk We are also running a Q&A session for parents on Thursday 10th December at 7pm. Please call or email the school office info@st-edmunds.richmond.sch.uk to register your details and receive the zoom meeting ID. Please submit questions in advance if possible, although we will also take questions on the night. We look forward to meeting with you then.

    20/12/01 14:18:401 December

  • This term Year 2 have been busy learning all about The Gunpowder Plot. On November 12, we celebrated Guy Fawkes day by creating fireworks in a jar. We added some food colouring to oil and then poured it into the water. The oil settled on top of the water (because oil is lighter than water) and then the food colouring started to drop into the water creating the illusion of fireworks. We also created some firework pictures using wax crayons on black paper. For the past few weeks we have been busy learning a dance with Smurf about Guy Fawkes Day. We created firework movements, a dance to a poem and ended the movement with an amazing song about fireworks.

    20/11/24 10:39:5824 November

  • Year 5 decided to try to make Impressionist portraits of inspirational members of the black community to celebrate Black History Month. Here are some examples of their beautiful work of Rosa Parks and Barack Obama.

    20/11/13 13:04:0913 November

  • As part of our learning at St Edmund's we explore different faiths. Next week, three international authors will read their children's books which centre on Hindu, Sikh and Muslim characters. All the readings are after school and live on Facebook - information is available below through Interfaith Glasgow. What a wonderful opportunity to learn more about other faiths through enjoyable stories! Interfaith Glasgow

    20/11/06 15:46:486 November