Welcome to St. Edmund’s Catholic Primary School. We, headteacher, staff, governors and pupils, are all proud of our school. As Ofsted noted in June 2016 “The school is a thriving, multicultural community where boys and girls from different backgrounds get along together extremely well.” We hope that you and your child will find this web site interesting and informative and that you will enjoy learning about our school and our aims.
At St Edmund’s we believe that parents are the first and most important educators of their children. The staff and governors of St. Edmund’s School, therefore foster and encourage an open and supportive partnership between home, school and parish so that together we can help each child to develop in a happy, secure and caring atmosphere.
St. Edmund’s School aims to provide an inclusive community where everyone is valued for their own individual talents and personality. We work hard to foster a secure and stimulating environment which excites, challenges and motivates each child, enabling them to reach their full potential. We provide a school where children, staff, parents and community can come together to learn, to share and to grow in the spirit of Christianity.
I am proud to be the Headteacher of our good school where “teachers have high expectations of pupils’ work and behaviour. Pupils respond well to these expectations. Teachers establish clear routines and insist that pupils follow them. This ensures that pupils behave well and work hard” Ofsted June 2016. It is our children who make St. Edmund’s a special place, and I am proud of all of their achievements. I know that together we can provide the very best for each and everyone of our St Edmund’s pupils.
Please do consider coming to visit us at St. Edmund’s School and see what we can offer you and your child. I look forward to welcoming you,
Mrs Maria Delany-White
- Privacy. You may be aware that from 25 May 2018, the rules around data protection are changing. The ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR) will change how we can use your personal data and keep it safe, and will also strengthen your rights over your own data. The new regulations make sure sensitive or private information about yourselves and your children remains safe. Whilst it is similar to the Data Protection Act that it replaces in many ways, there are some differences which will mean a few changes at school and on our website in order to ensure we remain compliant. Our Privacy Notice can be read here.