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Secondary Transfer

The secondary school application process is open with a deadline for applications at the end of the month.

Lewisham have made a short film about what it is like to start Secondary School here in the borough.

As with so many things the process of looking at schools and applying has been effected by the current restrictions around Coronavirus. To help our Year 6 families we have added a new Tab on the website where we have pooled the resources and information needed to make an application this year:

https://www.edmundwaller.lewisham.sch.uk/secondary-transfer.php

If you, or any one you know within the school community, need any help with this process then please contact the school.

Autumn Class Newsletters

This term’s class newsletters are now available. You should have received an email with the correct newsletter for your child’s year group. If not you can access them by using the links below:

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Biome Videos – Year 5 & 6

This term, each class has made a short video to showcase their learning about their new class name. This year, each class is named after a different biome or habitat that can be found on planet earth. This was used as a focus for the children’s learning as they returned to education after, what was for many, an extended time away from the school.

Our hope is that by creating a common theme across the school we are raising awareness of the rich diversity of the planet, highlighting some of the threats -mostly man made – that these habitats face and, within the school, creating connectivity and shared values. All this in a time when coming together as a school has never been more difficult to do and, at the same time, never been more important.

We hope you enjoy watching them as much as the children did making them!

Coral Class (Year 5)

Estuary Class (Year 5)

Marine Class (Year 5)

Taiga Class (Year 6)

Tundra Class (Year 6)

Biome Videos – Year 3 & 4


This term, each class has made a short video to showcase their learning about their new class name. This year, each class is named after a different biome or habitat that can be found on planet earth. This was used as a focus for the children’s learning as they returned to education after, what was for many, an extended time away from the school.

Our hope is that by creating a common theme across the school we are raising awareness of the rich diversity of the planet, highlighting some of the threats -mostly man made – that these habitats face and, within the school, creating connectivity and shared values. All this in a time when coming together as a school has never been more difficult to do and, at the same time, never been more important.

We hope you enjoy watching them as much as the children did making them!

Meadow Class (Year 3)

Stream Class (Year 3)

Desert Class (Year 4)

Savannah Class (Year 4)

Biome Videos -Year 1 & Year 2

This term, each class has made a short video to showcase their learning about their new class name. This year, each class is named after a different biome or habitat that can be found on planet earth. This was used as a focus for the children’s learning as they returned to education after, what was for many, an extended time away from the school.

Our hope is that by creating a common theme across the school we are raising awareness of the rich diversity of the planet, highlighting some of the threats -mostly man made – that these habitats face and, within the school, creating connectivity and shared values. All this in a time when coming together as a school has never been more difficult to do and, at the same time, never been more important.

We hope you enjoy watching them as much as the children did making them!

Jungle Class (Year 1)

Rainforest Class (Year 1)

Lake Class (Year 2)

River Class (Year 2)

Biome Videos – Nursery and Reception

This term, each class has made a short video to showcase their learning about their new class name. This year, each class is named after a different biome or habitat that can be found on planet earth. This was used as a focus for the children’s learning as they returned to education after, what was for many, an extended time away from the school.

Our hope is that by creating a common theme across the school we are raising awareness of the rich diversity of the planet, highlighting some of the threats -mostly man made – that these habitats face and, within the school, creating connectivity and shared values. All this in a time when coming together as a school has never been more difficult to do and, at the same time, never been more important.

We hope you enjoy watching them as much as the children did making them!

Ocean Class (Nursery)

Forest Class (Reception)

Woodland Class (Reception)

Visitors Guidelines

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Whilst we are trying to keep the number of adults visiting the school to an absolute minimum, we recognise there are times when parents/carers may need to access the school site.

This can only be done by prior agreement, either by contacting the school office for an appointment, or, when the school contacts a parent/carer directly. In both instances, we ask that you take a moment to read over the guidelines for visiting the school.

You can also consult our Visitors Policy, which can be found in the ‘policies’ section of the school website.