From 3rd to 12th June 2016, Manchester Histories hosted the Greater Manchester Histories Festival (GMHF).
Friday 24th June was an important day for our country as the result of the EU Referendum was revealed, but on a much smaller scale, it was an important day for Year 7 and the English department for it was the date of the Year 7 Spelling Bee final in the school hall.
On 26th May, 47 pupils, along with seven members of staff began our journey to France.
We are Little Tree books, a Young Enterprise company representing our school, St Edmund Arrowsmith.
Pupils from St Edmund Arrowsmith were amongst the winners of the 2016 Sadie Massey Portico Reading and Writing competitions.
I am Tony Kemp and I am the new Head Boy. It felt like only yesterday that I made the transition to high school, and I find it difficult to believe that I am approaching my fifth and final year, plus the fact that I am currently doing my GCSEs!
On Wednesday 25th May, the girls' football team played in a tournament at Wigan Youth Zone against ten other teams.
The Year 8 ROAR participants gathered in the school hall on the evening of Tuesday 24th May at our Graduation Ceremony, where we had the opportunity to display our presentations to parents, teaching staff and local college representatives, showing off everything that we had learned throughout the experience.
Headteacher Mark Dumican and I were lucky enough to be invited to the Duke of Edinburgh Gold presentations on 16th May.
On Wednesday 18th May, the Year 8 girls football team took part in the Wigan School Games, playing in a football tournament at Wigan Youth Zone.
On 11th May, Mrs Hollins held a 'Cake and Classics' meeting after school in the library.
On Friday 6th May, the Year 7 ROAR graduates were fortunate enough to go to the University of Liverpool to learn all about student life.