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Safeguarding Notice

St Edwards Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects the whole school community to share this commitment. For more information please click here to read our Safeguarding Policy.

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All staff at St Edward's are committed to working in partnership  with parents, pupils and the wider community.

We ask that you express any concerns or issues you may have respectfully and politely.

Aggressive or abusive behaviour towards any member of staff will not be tolerated.

Action will be taken against individuals for any such behaviour and they will be obliged to leave these premises.

Kids read more when we Turn On The Subtitles. 
We wanted to let you know how this brilliantly simple, free, small change to children’s existing TV viewing habits can drastically improve their reading skills. Here is Stephen Fry to explain the benefits of turning on the subtitles in more detail. www.turnonthesubtitles.org/parents

Class email addresses

Reception@stedwardsce.rochdale.sch.uk Year1@stedwardsce.rochdale.sch.uk Year2@stedwardsce.rochdale.sch.uk
Year3@stedwardsce.rochdale.sch.uk Year4@stedwardsce.rochdale.sch.uk Year5@stedwardsce.rochdale.sch.uk
Year6@stedwardsce.rochdale.sch.uk    

Free School Meals

If your circumstance have changed and you now think you are entitled to free school meals, please follow this link to Rochdale Council Website

Welcome to St Edward's C of E Primary School Website

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It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school website, which I hope will give you a flavour of St. Edward’s and its community.
I have been working St. Edward’s for 22 years and I think that it is a very special place.  We pride ourselves on being a kind, caring and welcoming community with the children at the heart of everything we do.   The staff endeavour to provide a calm and stimulating environment where good behaviour and mutual respect is modelled by everyone and where everyone is valued. We are very proud of our school and are continually striving to make it an even better place where we can learn and grow together. 

As a Church of England school, our Christian Values are an important part of life in school and children are taught how these relate to their own lives. We have strong links with St. Martin’s Church and visit the church for services at Harvest, Christmas and Easter.

Everything we do in school is based on our school vision;

St Edward’s – a caring, Christian community with a love of learning where children achieve their potential, are confident in themselves and their abilities and are set on a positive path for life.


Parents and carers are important to us. We believe that children thrive when there is a good relationship between home and school and hope that parents and carers feel welcome to come into school and speak to staff.

I hope you enjoy finding out more about our school by browsing our website. Visits are encouraged and welcomed: we would be delighted to show you around our wonderful school.

Dr. A. Petrie

Head Teacher

Our School Vision

St Edward’s – a caring, Christian community with a love of learning where children achieve their potential, are confident in themselves and their abilities and are set on a positive path for life.

This terms Christian value is creation

28 Nov 22 School will be closed today as we have no water or electricity. We will send further updates later

Latest News

Our Year 5 teacher, Miss Steedman is a trained Mastery Specialist for the local maths hub, and is working with other schools in the area to develop Teaching for Mastery.  For further details, please look under Learning - maths

SIAMS report Update 27 November 2019

Dear Parents,

I am pleased to be able to share with you that we  now have the report from our most recent SIAMs.

 SIAMS is a Statuory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools.

I am delighted we have been graded Good in both the overall judgement  and the additional Judgement for the impact of Christian worship.

The report states   'A powerful commitment to the nurture of all pupils and their families lies at the heart of this school community. The school's vision springs from an understanding of God as love and a desire to express that love in making every effort to set each pupil 'on a positive path for life.'

Click Here to see a copy of the report.

If you would like a hard copy of the report , please call into the school office.

Kind Regards,

Paula Mann

 

 

Our Calendar

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Attendance

This week's attendance:
Week ending : 25 Nov 2022

Well done to R Elm who  had 97.4% attendance  this week.

Class %
6 Oak 90.6
6 Willow 88
5 Juniper 94.8
5 Hawthorn 91.2
4 Sycamore 96.2
4 Hazel 86.5
3 Poplar
96.4
3 Rowan
95.8
2 Birch
86.1
2 Linden 92
1 Beech 97.3
1 Ash 94.8
 R Elm 97.4
R Maple 94.7
Overall attendance 92.8

COVID Information

Important information from the Government if your child is ill- click here

Rochdale Council have updated the Local Offer in response to COVID-19  - click here for details

Coronavirus fact sheet for children

If your circumstance have changed and you now think you are entitled to free school meals, please follow this link to Rochdale Council Website

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