Our Vision & Values
Life in all its fullness (John 10:10)
At St Edward’s we believe the purpose of education is to enable and nurture every child to thrive and become the person they are capable of being, experiencing a full life in mind, body, heart and spirit.
The values that we live out daily in our school are: Friendship, Thankfulness, Truthfulness, Trust, Forgiveness, Respect, Reverence and Responsibility.
Additional Resource Provision
Statutory Notice: Proposal To Establish A New Designated Send Unit For Pupils With Communication And Interaction Needs At St Edward’s Church Of England Voluntary Aided Primary School.
The London Borough of Havering has published a statutory notice to implement a new designated SEND unit containing 12 places for pupils with communication and interaction needs
Until 5pm on 8 October 2021, any person may object or make comments on the proposals by contacting: Pooneeta Mahadeo, School Organisation Manager, 01708 431092 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our strategy for school’s use of Pupil Premium for current academic year and the details of the spend and effect of the funding for last year can be found below.
Catch Up Premium
Our strategy for school’s use of the Catch Up Premium and the details of the spend and effect of the funding can be found below.
Remote Learning Provision
Information about our School Remote Learning Provision can be found here.
PE & Sport Premium
Information about how the school uses the funding it receives as a result of the PE & Sport Premium Grant can be found below.
Our most recent school inspection took place in May 2019. This report can be found below.
To find more information about our school on the Ofsted website, please click here.
Parents are encouraged to share their views with Ofsted by using their ‘Parent View’ service, which can be found here.
As a Church of England school, in addition to monitoring by Ofsted, we are also inspected under a system called the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS).
The SIAMS inspection takes place usually on a five yearly cycle. This is a national system which is organised, for our school, through the Diocese of Chelmsford, commissioned by the Department for Education. The SIAMS inspection is part of our ongoing process of school development and improvement.
Our most recent SIAMS Inspection was in October 2019 where the school was given the highest grading of 'Excellent'. This grading, only given to a small proportion of schools, is awarded to those schools who show ‘innovative, creative and exemplary practice’. A full version of our report can be found below.
Information on the schools performance in the statutory End of Key Stage assessments for the academic year 2018-19 can be found below.
To find more information about the schools performance in end of Key Stage results, please click here.
No members of staff in the school earn £100,000 or more.
More information about our school financial income and expenditure can be found on the Schools Financial Benchmarking service here.