St Edmund's is an 'Outstanding' School
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Year 7 School Carol Service &
Year 7 Christmas Lunch
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Year 11 Mock Examination Timetable
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Extra-Curricular Activities
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FSM Application Form
You can now download the Free School Meals application form online on the Portsmouth City Council website, link below:

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Admissions Policy 2018/2019
Supplementary Form 2018/19

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Art Image of the Week


By Jessica Tran
Year 11


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Life of St Edmund's Prayer


Heavenly Father, as we gather in prayer, we ask for the guidance and inspiration of our school patron,
St Edmund, who led a life based on Gospel values and the belief in the power of God.

We, pray that like Edmund, each of us will personally come to believe that,
“I can do all things with the help of God who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:13)
and that together our school community may grow ever closer to you and to one another.

May our school be a place that reaches out to the wider community
and is mindful of the environment around us.

We pray in union with the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.                                                                     


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BBC News School Report 16th March 2017


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Current News Reports - 2017

Written Reports 2017

Does Make-Up Belong in School?

The Closure of the Isle of Wight Ice Rink


Video Reports 2017

Jake reads a radio report he wrote with Filip and Nadima, summarizing some aspects of the refugee crisis.

Ila, Jade and Adam alert us to some of the shocking facts of animal testing and ask whether testing on animals is really necessary.

Aleah, Lewis and Mubiana look at the numbers of teens who have tried smoking or drinking. They have found some interesting facts!

William, Tenzin, Madeha, Whitney and Mardia explain why rewarding students is so important

Alex, Alba, Stella, Alfie, Millie, Yaaseen, Hollie, Michael, Yasmine and Brighid offer us advice on how to maintain good mental health.

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Previous News Reports

Written Reports 2016

Joe and Curtis tell us how St Edmund's celebrated World Book Day.


Video Reports 2016

Samantha, Georgina, Henry and Larissa in Years 7 and 8 have created a report on the origins of Portsmouth's Dockyard and the history we can see there today.

Jack, Raven and Milan explain why studying performing arts is so beneficial to students and tell us why they love dance and drama.

David, Jess, Jennifer, Rosie, Hannein and Ryan tell us about how the Student Chaplaincy Team supports spirituality and faith at St Edmund's.

Written Reports 2015

Book Showdown

The country’s most spectacular showdown. e-books vs. printed books.

Click here for a copy of the full article (PDF)

Gender Inequality in the Media

The media has a fierce impact on today’s society throughout all generations. Different information and/or characters in the media can sway public opinion on a certain matter, in this case gender inequality.

Click here for a copy of the full article (PDF)

 Video Reports 2015

Wiktoria and Laura discuss young people’s involvement in charities.  

Josh, Betsy and Tom look into the benefits of a twinning project between Queen Elizabeth Country Park in Hampshire and Queen Elizabeth Park in Uganda.

Report an Absence

Reporting a child absent

Parents are required to report pupil absence to the school by 9.00am
(Unless school is closed)

023 9282 3766 (option 1)
Text: 07624 816830
Local Call: 0844 239 3488

Visit our
Absence from School page for further information. 

Best Tutor Group of the Week c/o 04/12/2017

7 Kolbe
7 Romero
8 Kolbe
11 Romero

all 100%
Well Done!

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Autumn Term Events

These dates are accurate at time of going to press and are subject to change.

December 2017

Year 7 & 8 Disco
6.30pm - 8pm
Tickets £2

Year 11s go on Study Leave


School Carol Concert
St John's Cathedral
followed by refreshments

Last day of term

Inset Day
(school closed)

Christmas Holiday
25th Dec - 5th January

School re-opens on
8th January 2018

eBook Lending

Portsmouth Schools
eBook Lending
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Click here to access the free eBook lending service

Stars of the Week

Drama Stars of the Week

7 Romero for working with excellent focus and commitment during rehearsing for their assessment this week.

Dance Stars of the Week

The Year 11 BTEC Dance class for efforts in their Mock examination.

9 Kolbe for excellent in their dance assessment.

Music Stars of the Week

Abigail, Annalise, Jade, Patrick and Eloise for great contribution to their recycling projects.

Well done to you all.
Keep up the good work!

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Staff Email & Office 365

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Booking System

Staff Absence  
Staff should report absence to the school by 7.30am
(Unless school is closed)

In the case of severe weather only
Text severe weather absence line on 07624 816832  
before 7.30am