Romans versus Celts
Form 6 put their knowledge of Roman weapons and battle tactics to good use [Read More]
A Roman Feast
Form Five celebrated the end of their Roman food topic [Read More]
Under 11’s Football Tournament
We hosted our annual Under 11’s Football Tournament [Read More]
A host of golden Daffodils
Beautiful words by William Wordsworth [Read More]
The Battle of Marathon
Form 3 thoroughly entertained Assembly this morning when they reinacted the Battle of Marathon! [Read More]
Thursday Chapel
We were delighted to welcome Andrew Fisher, Headmaster of Frensham Heights [Read More]
An evening with the community
The school hosted its annual “Community Concert” [Read More]
Care for a slice of Dulcia …
Form 4 had “elevenses” with a difference this morning, when they tucked into a slice of Dulcia! [Read More]
Bon Voyage Form 7!
Thankfully all of our Form 7 children arrived home safely [Read More]
Form 6’s English Fayre
It was an English lesson with a difference for Form 6 this week [Read More]
MGM Studios aka St. Ed’s!
To celebrate the end of our book week, all of the children and staff came into school dressed up [Read More]
Book Worms
As part of our numerous book week activities [Read More[
Look Out Form 2!
Our children in Form 2 visited the Look Out Discovery Centre [Read More]
Outstanding 13+ C.E results
Outstanding 13+ C.E. results prepare our Year 8 pupils for their arrival at a wide range of selective Senior Schools. [Read More]
St Edmund’s School sing for the Pope
The combined boys' and girls' choirs from St Edmund's Prep School in Hindhead, Surrey sang for His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI [Read More]

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Musical spectacular


Our children from PP2 to 1st Form visited G Live in Guildford to hear the Southern Pro Musica orchestra. The children were captivated by the range of instruments. Freddie liked 'the one that looked like a missile launcher' - the bassoon! Ethan had the opportunity to play with the percussion section on stage as we clapped along to The Radetsky March. Other pieces in the programme included the fanfare from 'Also Sprach Zarathustra', a piece which gave each section of the orchestra a moment to show off; William Godfree's musical version of Roald Dahl's Aladdin with some very cheeky moments; three pieces from The Carnival of the Animals and the well known Clog Dance. The concert came to an end with the entire audience singing Jonathan Willcox's special arrangement of Old MacDonald. Our boys and girls sang with genuine gusto!


February 2013

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