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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...
  • On Wednesday we celebrated the Red House patron saint's feast day. St Brigid of Kildare or Brigid of Ireland is the patroness Saint of Ireland, and one of its 3 national Saints along with Patrick and Columba. Saint Brigid please pray for us#stbrigid #primaryschool #prayforus https://t.co/SL4ZiIlym0

    23/02/03 14:49:503 February

  • If you would like to arrange a tour of our nursery please email or call with your choice of date as shown below. This tour is intended for parents/carers interested in their child attending St Edmund's Nursery during the 2023/24 academic year. The tour lasts approx half an hour. https://t.co/gdPXS4dBn5

    23/01/30 13:21:5230 January

  • This week Mr Nunes one of our school governors, presented the school with a new statue of St Brigid on behalf of The Catenian Circle. Mr Nunes kindly organised this in response to Red House's request for a new statue of as she is their patron saint #primaryschool #stbrigid https://t.co/qK0ByQ47wp

    23/01/17 11:45:0717 January

  • On Thursday our Reception and Year 1 classes enjoyed a ZooLab workshop, which provided the children with a rich variety of activities and learning experiences under the supervision and guidance of their expert ZooLab presenter. #zoolab #primaryschool #workshop https://t.co/T1WX4G0dIt

    23/01/13 14:21:1113 January

  • Today we celebrate the Epiphany of the Lord. May we always be guided by God just like the Magi were guided by the star. #Epiphany #primaryschool #magi #star https://t.co/O29XqF533y

    23/01/06 11:24:366 January

  • May the peace and blessings of Christmas be yours; and may the coming year be filled with much happiness We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and look forward to seeing all the children on 4th January #MerryChristmas #NewYear #primaryschool https://t.co/b2Aa9w7oCv

    22/12/16 11:25:4116 December

  • On Wednesday we celebrated the Red House patron saint's feast day. St Brigid of Kildare or Brigid of Ireland is the patroness Saint of Ireland, and one of its three national Saints along with Patrick and Columba. Saint Brigid please pray for us.

    23/02/03 14:45:463 February

  • Last term a team of artists from Orleans House Gallery came to work with Year 6 to create a piece of poetry inspired by the exhibition currently running in the gallery. This week Year 6 have visited the gallery to see the exhibition and to take part in a workshop on the use of line drawing with a theme of ecology and sustainability. The curator of the gallery was so impressed by our questions and drawings, she said that David's question was, 'The best question she had ever been asked' – 'Can a historical building also be considered art?' Phin also had his poem featured in the exhibition – well done to year 6!

    23/02/03 14:14:263 February

  • If you would like to arrange a tour of our nursery, please email or call us on 020 8894 7898 with your choice of date as shown below. This tour is intended for parents / carers interested in their child attending St Edmund's Nursery during the 2023/24 academic year. The tour will last for approximately half an hour.

    23/01/30 13:20:1330 January

  • During the run up to Christmas, the children were fundraising for CAFOD World gifts, the event was such a success, and we appreciate all the effort from the children and also their parents/friends that supported them. The final total raised was £1,633.00 which is a fabulous amount. Each class was then able to choose what gifts they would like to buy from CAFOD. The list of purchases has now been sent to CAFOD and they have extended their thanks. "Thank you to all the staff, parents, friends and students at St Edmund's for being there for our global family. It means so much to us that you have reached out to our brothers and sisters around the world".

    23/01/24 12:10:1624 January

  • This week, Mr Nunes, one of our school governors, presented the school with a new statue of St Brigid on behalf of The Richmond and Twickenham Catenian Circle. Mr Nunes kindly organised this in response to Red House's request for a new statue of St Brigid as she is their patron saint. It is wonderful that Red House have their new statue in time for St Brigid's feast day on 1st February. Thank you Mr Nunes!

    23/01/17 11:24:2317 January

  • On Thursday our Reception and Year 1 classes enjoyed a ZooLab workshop, which provided the children with a rich variety of activities and learning experiences under the supervision and guidance of their expert ZooLab presenter. The children learned about how to care for different animals and recreate the conditions they need to inhabit in order to thrive. As well as practicalities such as food, shelter and exercise, the children were reminded of the emotional aspect involved in caring for other living things that need our love and respect if they are to thrive.

    23/01/13 14:19:1013 January