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The STEM Robotics Challenge: Our school has gathered a team of budding programmers and constructors who have been faced with the (restricted time) task of working cooperatively, to create some robots that are quick, intelligent and tough enough to compete against other robots from many different schools, in this global challenge.
Comedy or tragedy? Fantasy or mystery? Fiction or non-fiction?
On Monday 6th March, some of our Year 8 and 9 students took part in a talk by Carmel College.
On the 1st March we began our Lenten journey.
"The pupils I spoke to told me that the ‘professional and caring teachers’ were the best thing about this school"
On Friday 3rd February, some of our Year 9 students went on an amazing trip to Manchester University
On Wednesday 1st February 2017, the History Department welcomed the Historia Normannis living history group into school.
Senior prefect, Harriet Olurankinse, returns to the school where she got the top Geography GCSE mark from over 50,000 students in the UK.
Students from St Edmund Arrowsmith will have their voice heard in the House of Lords one day soon.
During the last week before the Christmas holidays, we held two different fundraising events: 'Sweaters for Soweto' and the 'Bauble Boogie' (previously called 'Dance for Soweto'), to raise money for our partnership school, the Donaldson Senior Primary School, in Soweto, South Africa.
On Friday, 16th December, St Edmund Arrowsmith held its annual Old Folks' Party for the elderly people of our different parishes.