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The study of English develops children’s skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing for a wide range of purposes, so using language to learn and communicate ideas, views and feelings, it enables children to express themselves creatively and imaginatively.  At St. Edward's Catholic Primary School, we aim to develop a love for the English language in its written and spoken forms.  We are committed to delivering a broad and engaging curriculum in order to enable our pupils to become confident, independent and effective speakers, listeners, readers and writers. 


At St. Edward's, we aim to provide an environment for language development that is stimulating and characterised by high expectations of success.  Children's writing is celebrated in every school display and expectations of children's presentation are high.  English is shared and celebrated inside and outside of the classroom through:

  • provision of a book rich environment;
  • thoughtful, creative display of reading and writing materials and published children’s work;
  • working walls which represent the current teaching and learning;
  • use of a wide range of high-quality materials to support effective teaching and learning;
  • public celebration of pupils' success and participation in events, for example, through Twitter, school website, communal displays, public performances.

Look what we're reading this half term...

Key Stage 2 Theatre Visit

On Monday, all of Key Stage 2 went to the Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham to watch Roald Dahl's 'George's Marvellous Medicine'.  We had a wonderful time watching one of our favourite books being brought to life.  

We are developing our English curriculum and we have been focusing on high quality texts recommended by Pie Corbett ( Each class has been allocated a range of books and the children have been learning all about the characters, settings and language used by the authors.  Each class has now decorated their classroom door to highlight the text that they are currently studying.  We are sure that you will agree that they look fabulous...

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