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.
On Thursday, 29th November, the Year 10 ROAR group completed their initial programme. The culmination of their ROAR (Russell Group or Alternative Ready) journey was an exhibition night during which they discussed their learning.
We are delighted to announce that Rhianne Hambleton in Year 10 has been selected by the Volleyball England Talent Pathway, to train with the England squad for the next three months, following recent trials held at West Nottinghamshire College, Mansfield.
Tuesday, 6th December, proved to be an exciting day for a small selection of Year 6 pupils from Sacred Heart, St Wilfrid’s, Holy Family and St Benedict’s primary schools, as they came to St Edmund Arrowsmith for the day to partake in a maths challenge.
Certificate Presentation Evening has been a tradition for years here at St Edmund Arrowsmith, where the former Year 11 pupils gather together one last time to collect their well-earned certificates
On Thursday, 17th November, Mr Denton’s history class went on a trip to the Imperial War Museum in Manchester.
Sunday 20th November 2016, will see the end of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy in the Catholic Church.
Last Tuesday we took part in a session led by Winstanley College which focused on debating skills.