On the morning of 29th June, in form, we watched a video informing us all about the Feast of St. Peter and Paul.
A second Year 8 pupil publishes her debut novel on Amazon – It’s well worth taking a ‘Chance’ and having a read.
Friday 28th May was when our Year 11’s came in for their final day at Eddies’.
Three of our talented pupils, Emily G 11C, Leo H 10W and Lily W 10B have recently entered the Young Artist of the Year competition.
Our partner school in South Africa are celebrating the career of Mr Jabu Hlatshwayo, as he is retiring today (Friday 23rd April 2021)
Please support our former Head Girl (2014) Megan Finnigan who has been nominated for Women's Player of the season at Everton FC by clicking below.
A Year 8 Pupil has written his first children's novel and it is available to buy on Amazon. William's success is no surprise to his English teacher, Mrs Payne, who says that William is a keen reader with impressive writing skills.
To ensure parents and pupils are fully supported in the current climate, please be aware of the following pathways of support.
Unfortunately, due to the current National Lockdown restrictions we have had to postpone the certificate collection evenings, which were due to take place on Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th January.
Every year, at Christmas time, we raise money for our partner school with the catchily named ‘Sweaters for Soweto’ day. On this day, our students and staff donate £1 each to raise money for Donaldson Senior, and in exchange they get to wear their finest Christmassy Sweaters
Hi, my name is Adam Smith, and I studied at St Edmund Arrowsmith from 2012-2017; today I am writing as a second year LLB Law student at the University of Sheffield.
Following a very thorough process, we are delighted to introduce to you our new Head Boy and Head Girl!