Looking ahead to senior school

Looking ahead to senior school

It is incredible to think our Year 6s have just one more term to go at St Edward's, and then the new and exciting world of senior school awaits. A significant benefit of attending an entirely independent prep school is that it helps parents keep an open mind about their senior school options, and ensures that, when the time comes, they select a school that really suits their child.

The Tempest

The Tempest

Year 5 and 6 boys entertained us with an incredible tale of magic, monsters and betrayal in Shakespeare's The Tempest.

Susie Jenkins

Susie Jenkins

'Un, deux, trois, allons dans les bois', the Reception children are watching the video, singing and marching all at once, using all the learning styles to acquire their early French.

Red Nose Day!

Red Nose Day!

There was huge excitement this morning across the whole school in anticipation of Mr Morgan-Nash, Dr Cane-Honeysett and Mrs Swift being gunged by boys from Pre-Reception to Year 6.

Miriam Swift

Miriam Swift

Former Army Officer Miriam Swift trained at Sandhurst and served in Bosnia and Northern Ireland before coming to St Edward’s, the perfect training for someone who needs to keep small boys in order, one might say!

St Ed’s Chickcam!

St Ed’s Chickcam!

Dr Cane-Honeysett has loaded a live web cam footage to You Tube – St Edward’s Chickcam!

Debbie Andrew

Debbie Andrew

"I challenge the boys to explore, love, feel and ultimately to own words, so that they feel a sense of control when they write. All I do is facilitate their writing, so that they can put their fantastic mind pictures into words."