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  • New School Film 2024

    Published 17/01/24

    We are delighted to share with you our new school film.

    It’s an exciting year at St. Edmund’s as we celebrate our 150th year.

    We hope this film will give an insight into life at St. Edmund’s and what we believe makes us so special.

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  • Cross Country Running at St. Edmund's: A Legacy of Passion and Perseverance

    Published 15/01/24

    Since its establishment in 1900 at our Hindhead site, cross country running has been an integral part of life at St. Edmund's, shaping the school's culture and fostering a love for running among its students. Nestled in the picturesque setting of Hindhead, our school boasts over 40 acres of undulating grounds, providing an interesting and challenging course that intertwines seamlessly with our 9-hole golf course – a truly unique backdrop for our cross-country endeavours.

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  • Celebrating 'St. Edmund's Day' at St. Edmund's School.

    Published 20/11/23

    As we approach the momentous occasion of our 150th year since we were founded, it is only fitting to reflect on our rich heritage and the significance behind our school's name. Globally observed on the 20th of November each year, 'St. Edmund's Day' pays homage to Edmund the Martyr (also known as St. Edmund or Edmund of East Anglia), who served as the king of East Anglia from around 855 until his demise on November 20, 869.

    Edmund holds the esteemed patronage of kings, pandemics, the Roman Catholic diocese of East Anglia, Douai Abbey, wolves, torture victims, and protection from the plague.

    The roots of St. Edmund's School trace back to its founding in Norfolk by the Rev. J. Morgan-Brown at Glebe House in Hunstanton, Norfolk. Edmund (841-870) was particularly revered as the local saint of Hunstanton. In his book 'Willingly to School: A History of St. Edmund's Hindhead,' published in 2000, Bernard Palmer notes that Edmund, a king of East Anglia, is believed to have landed at Hunstanton from Germany. He met his martyrdom at the hands of Danish invaders who sought to compel him, as a Christian, to share his kingdom with their Pagan chief, Inguar. Edmund was condemned to be the target of the Danes' archery practice, symbolised by the school's crown and arrows emblem, and ultimately beheaded. Tradition holds that his body was initially buried on the borders of Norfolk, an area steeped in memories of St. Edmund, making it a fitting name for the school that would soon grace its borders. The school remained in Norfolk until 1900 when it moved to Hindhead.

    For those eager to delve deeper into the history of St. Edmund's take a look at our new timeline, chronicling the rich tapestry of our school.

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  • Outstanding Achievement in GCSE Results at St.Edmund’s Independent School, Hindhead

    Published 24/08/23
    St. Edmund’s is thrilled to announce the exceptional success of its Form 11 students in this year's GCSE examinations. The results, unveiled today, showcase a remarkable 96% pass rate within grades 9-4, surpassing the national average of 68
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  • Speech Days 2023

    Published 07/07/23

    As the final academic term draws to a close we have welcomed students, parents, guardians and carers to our Prep and Senior annual Speech Days and Prize Giving Ceremonies in the Farley Hall.

    It's been a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the year's successes and achievements of all our students from Forms 3 to 11 across all areas of school life - from Academic to Sport, Drama, Music,  the Arts and contributions to school life.

    Photos from both Speech days will be available to download in The Arrow newsletter.

     To view the Form 8 Film click HERE 


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  • St. Edmund's brings you 'Matilda' !

    Published 05/07/23

    Last week, the Drama and Music departments at St. Edmund’s astounded audiences with their spectacular production of the beloved musical, Matilda. Adapted from Roald Dahl's enchanting book, this theatrical masterpiece brought three nights of sheer joy to all who attended with the pupils showcasing their incredible acting, singing and choreography skills.

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  • St. Edmund's alumni reconnect and celebrate legacy at largest OSE reunion to date.

    Published 16/06/23

    On Wednesday this week we hosted a OSE (Old St. Edmund’s) reunion at the esteemed RAF Club in the heart of Piccadilly, London.

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  • Aladdin Performance

    Published 07/06/23

    Before half-term, our talented Form 3 and 4 pupils transported us to a magical world, as they brought the enchanting tale of Aladdin to life. 

    The energy on stage was infectious and attention to detail in their costumes and set design was remarkable.

    Well done to all the cast members. More photos will be shared in 'The Arrow' newsletter at the end of the Summer term. 

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  • Forms 9 & 10 Drama GCSE Showcase Performances

    Published 11/05/23

    Our Form 9 and 10 GCSE pupils performed some captivating set pieces from Willy Russell's 'Blood Brothers' and Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible' last night.

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  • St.Edmund's celebrates the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla

    Published 11/05/23

    St. Edmund's held an exciting and memorable afternoon on Friday 5th May 2023  to mark the Coronation of King Charles III. Following a Coronation BBQ lunch and commemorative tree planting, the afternoon was spent outside having fun on the inflatables. Nothing dampened the children's spirits, not even a few rain only added to the fun!

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  • St Edmund’s ranked #3 in The Sunday Times Parent Power Tables

    Published 11/01/23

    Celebration as St Edmund’s has been ranked #3 in The Sunday Times Top Independent Secondary Schools

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