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  • Diocesan Citizenship Award

    All the schools from the Newham Deanery were represented at the Brentwood Diocese Citizenship award.  A child from each school was presented with their award by Bishop Alan in recognition of their service to the school and others.  Haniya was delighted and honoured to receive her award from Bishop Alan.
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  • Her Majesty's Children's Commonwealth Choir at the Windsor Horse Show

    On Sunday 15th May 2022, pupils from St Edward's and St Joachim's sang as part of Her Majesty's Children's Commonwealth Choir at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. They were joined by other local schools, including Little Ilford Secondary school. This was part of the Queen's 70th, Platinum Jubilee celebrations and was broadcast live across the world on ITV, with potential viewing figures of over 1 billion people. Sincere congratulations to them for such a professional performance, we are extremely proud of them all.
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  • International Day & Jubilee Playground Party

    Please click on the  leaflets below for more information.
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  • St Edward's Donation to the British Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal


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  • Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

    As part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Celebrations, pupils from St. Edward's, St. Joachim's and St. Winefride's travelled to Salisbury Cathedral on Saturday 23 rd April 2022 to perform as part of the Commonwealth Children's Choir, accompanied by the Central Band of the Royal British Legion.
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  • World Autism Acceptance Week 60th Anniversary

    A huge thank you to all the pupils, staff and parents for taking part in the World Autism Acceptance week that took place during the week between 28 th March to the 3 rd April 2022. As this year marked the National Autistic Society 60th birthday, the school put together a collection of 60-themed fundraising activities. To help pupils understand the difficulties some people will autism face, the school went into darkness on Wednesday 30 th March from 9.15 - 10.15. Sensory issues are common in people with autism which may include sensitivities to: Sights, Sounds, Smells, Tastes, Touch and Balance.
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  • Scientists of the term

    The wonderful faces you see here are our KS1 & 2 mini-Scientists of the term! They have been working extremely hard all term in Science and have been leading the way with their enquiry skills, knowledge and commitment to lessons this term. 
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  • Commonwealth Choir

    The Commonwealth Choir were rehearsing and recording their performances pieces at the Guards Chapel in preparation for their performance on Commonwealth day on March 14 outside the horse guards parade in Whitehall.
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  • Jean Michel Basquiat

    Jean Michel Basquiat (December 22, 1960 – August 12, 1988) is the historical street artist behind these colourful and vibrant ‘Street Art’ pictures by year 6. The children were eventually able to lose their inhibition about wanting to create the ‘perfect’ picture and learned to be fearless - drawing with vitality the pictures they wanted to create. They were bold in their line drawing. Sketching quickly and be undaunted by their use of colour.
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  • Diaromas

    The children had the opportunity to create a diorama for World Book Day of a story they love. These were created in a box the children were very creative in what they produced. Various types of materials were used and amazing craftmanship. There was a range of stories produced from Charlie and the Chocolate factory to fairy tales.
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