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Welcome to Edenbridge Primary School

A very warm welcome to Edenbridge Primary School.  We are a two form entry primary school and nursery at the heart of our local community. On our website you will find lots of information about our school, our wonderful children and the brilliant things that are going on. If you would like to know more then please do not hesitate to contact the school office. 

Our School Vision

Edenbridge Primary School nurtures and inspires every child to flourish, excel and achieve.  Our creative, challenging and inclusive curriculum provides exciting learning experiences.  Together with our wider community, we will ensure each day is an extraordinary school day.‚Äč

Watch our short video below to find out a bit more about the great things we offer here at Edenbridge Primary School!

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A Message from the Staff at Edenbridge Primary School

The video below is a video message to all our children and families; designed to make everyone smile in these unprecedented times!

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Latest News

Back to School

It has been fantastic to welcome the children back to school and we have all been so impressed with how they have adapted to the new changes. These have included: reorganised furniture, staggered break times and plenty of hand washing! 

All the children and staff have enjoyed being back in school and it has been fantastic to see so much brilliant learning going on in the first few weeks. 

Year 1

District Netball and Football

A team of footballers and netballers took part in the Netball and Football District Tournament.  All the children played their best and did us proud as a school.  We played a number of games and were up against 14 different schools.  Our netball team came away with 2nd place!

Science Week at Edenbridge

It has been a really exciting week here at Edenbridge, with lots of different workshops and experiments taking place across the school!

EYFS have learnt that our brains are the busiest computers of all and are made up mostly of water- in fact 75% of our brains is water!  They even made their own model brains.  Air resistance experiments have been carried out, with children making parachutes choosing suitable materials to ensure their egg made a safe landing.  Chemical reactions have been taking place, with children observing what happens when they mix a combination of solids and liquids.

Here's just a snap shot of some of the fun!

We are Engineers

To kick of Science week here at Edenbridge Year 5 and 6 turned into engineers.  In groups the children had to use the resources provided to build a bridge- it had to be at least 45cm wide and hold a moderate amount of weight.

Chartwell Cancer Trust

Chartwell Cancer Trust supports families when children are suffering from a long term or serious illness- this may mean having to support parents who are having to juggle everyday work and family life with the needs of a very sick child.  The money we raise will go towards purchasing a robot that can be used to prevent children becoming isolated if their illness means that they are unable to attend school  for an extended period of time.  It provides a way for the child to communicate directly with their class and join in some learning opportunities which should lessen the feeling of loneliness or missing out.

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Year 4 Temper Temper Chocolate

As part of their learning, Year 4, with the help of Temper Temper Chocolate Company, turned the hall into a chocolate factory!  The children were taught all about how chocolate is made and were also able to make their own sweet treats, which they could taste before being taken home.  You can see the excitment on their faces!

Remembrance Day

To commemorate Remembrance Day our head boy and girl, along with other representatives from across the academy, went to South Norwood Primary School to attend a special remembrance service.  It was a time for reflection and to give thought to all those who have fought for our country.  School Council representatives also joined Miss Butcher on Sunday to lay a wreath in the town center. 

TT Rockstars

On Friday 8th November we held a TT Rockstars launch day!  Timetables Rockstars is a fantastic online resource where children can compete against eachother in order to improve their timetables recall in a fun and motivational way.  We invited all children to come to school dressed as a rockstar and gave each class the opportunity to use the programme.  The highlight of the day had to be the fantastic costumes from Mr Ming and Mrs Brown.

Edenbridge Bonfire Parade

On Saturday 2nd November, we took part in the annual Edenbridge Bonfire Parade.  This year the theme was 'The Day of the Dead' or 'Dia de Los Muertos' and it was wonderful to see so many people from our school community involved- as a marshall or as part of the parade.  The effort some people went to was fantastic and our brilliant PTA did a fantastic job in co-ordinating  the whole event- a HUGE thank you from all of us!  Now to think about next year!    

 
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