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Welcome to Edenbridge Primary School

A very warm welcome to Edenbridge Primary School.  We hope you will find lots of interesting information here to inform you about our school, the activities and the people within it.

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



Year 6 Residential to the IOW

Day One

After an early start, we arrived safely in the Isle of Wight and headed straight to Carisbrooke Castle to learn all about the castle's colourful history! We then headed to the hotel where the children finally got to see their rooms! After half an hour settling in, we joined South Norwood Primary School for dinner before heading to the beach for a quick paddle and a game of cricket! By 9:30 all the children, and adults, were tucked up safely in bed! A brillant first day.  

Day Two

After a much needed sleep, we woke up full of energy ready for our first full day. We were treated to a delicious cooked breakfast before we headed to Osborne House, holiday home of Queen Victoria. It was a chance to show off our fantastic enquiry skills and we asked a whole host of interesting questions, and to quote Toby, 'This is far more better than I thought it world be'. In the afternoon we headed to Bembridge Lifeboat Centre and found out all about the brilliant job that the RNLI does throughout the year. The day finished off with a round of crazy golf on the sea front, it transpired that there are quite a few Tiger Woods amongst us! 

Day Three

Today started with another mouthwatering breakfast and was followed by a beautiful coastal drive to Brightstone where we were treated to a fascinating talk by Greg on fossils and fossil hunting. We then accompanied Greg to the beach where he should us the fine art of fossil hunting. There were two massive finds -fossilised vertebrae of Iguanadons! Natural History Museum better watch out. We then travelled to Alum Bay and took a boat trip around The Needles, stunning views all around! The day ended with beach games and some rather fun wave jumping! Oh, and Toby got buried in the sand again! 


A visit from an Estate Agent!

To kick start the new half term, Year 4 welcomed Mr Clark from Eden Estate Agents to talk to them about what makes a brilliant house advert. The children were incredibly engaged and excited to here about the ins and outs of being an estate agent! Following the visit the children went away and planned their own adverts for Stig's cave. Thank you Mr Clark for coming to meet with us! 

TPA Poetry Competition

Congratulations to all of our very talented poetry competition winners.  Click the link above to enjoy all of their amazing work.  Well done to everyone.

Year 4 and 5 Residential to Swattenden

What an adventure! Children in Years 4 and 5 were lucky enough to spend a fantastic three days in Swattenden where their courage and bravery were put to the ultimate test! They took part in a number of exciting activities and were a true credit to the school. We are very proud of you! 

"It was a fun and exciting few days. We got to try new things and spend time with our friends." Michael, Anji Bridge

Edenbridge Primary Loves To Dance

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On Wednesday 3rd April, a group of talented Edenbridge dancers took part in the Love To Dance show at The Stag Theatre in Sevenoaks.  Over 1000 children from the Sevenoaks area took part in this exciting event over the course of the two days.  Edenbridge performed to Come Alive from The Greatest Showman - a complex routine, full of action and movement but definitely one that dazzled and amazed the audience. They even managed to bring a tear of pride to their headteacher's eyes!  Thank you Mr Holliday, Mrs Chapman, Mrs Pys and Ethan Chapman for all your hard work in helping put this event together and to the team of talented mums who helped with the costumes and make up.  Can't wait till next year.

Science Week 2019

Great fun was had at our Science Week workshops on Wednesday and Friday after school.  Children and parents worked together to create marble runs that lasted exactly 60 seconds.  This was much harder than it sounded (the longest time we achieved was 5 seconds).  This challenge has been continued at home and completed runs will be brought back to school on Friday 22nd March for testing.  On Friday, participants were challenged to create a safe landing for eggs using balloons and plastic.  The creativity was eggsellent!!! We had many versions and a few crash landings but we managed to land a significant number safely.‚Äč  Mrs Kelly

Year 1 Teddy Bears' Picnic

Despite the snowy weather, year 1 had their Teddy Bear friends join them this afternoon for a lovely indoor picnic.  Lots of fun was had by all.


Learning in Reception

Our children in reception learn through lots of creative ways and building great personal skills such as resilience and adaptability.  Follow us on Twitter to see more @EdenbridgeTPA

New Year - New Learning

Welcome back to school.  We are really looking forward to all the exciting learning opportunities planned for 2019.  You can also now follow our school on Twitter for updates - @EdenbridgeTPA.

Our Vision

Edenbridge Primary School inspires each child to flourish, excel and achieve.  Our new creative curriculum provides memorable, happy learning experiences.  Together with our wider community, we will ensure every day is an extraordinary school day.

Contact Us
Edenbridge Primary School
High Street
01732 863787