Welcome to Queen Edith School

Dear Parents and Visitors,

Queen Edith is a large thriving primary school and nursery situated in the south of Cambridge city. We have a diverse catchment area and have many families from abroad (speaking 28 languages at the last count!).

Queen Edith is partnered in a federation with Queen Emma, which is a 5 minute walk away. It is led by one headteacher, senior leadership team and governing body with representation from both schools. For more information about the benefits of the Federation please visit the Queens’ Federation website.

If you are considering a school for your child I hope I will have the opportunity to meet you in the near future and that if your child is to join us they will have a long and very happy association with the school. We are committed to working in partnership with our parents and our desire is that you feel fully involved in your child’s education and the life of the school.

Yours sincerely,

Caroline Peet

Executive Headteacher

Parent View
Parents will be aware that both our schools will be expecting Ofsted in the next few months. If you could spare a few minutes to complete the Ofsted questionnaire it would be much appreciated.
Please click here and register to complete the very short survey.
Many thanks,
Caroline Peet

Tag Rugby Tournament
On Friday 10th March 22 children from year 5 and 6 entered the local large school tag rugby competition. Our B team were placed in a very tricky group, and showed great teamwork to finish 4th in their group. Click here to see more.

Quick Sticks Hockey Tournament
10 Students from Queen Edith attended the Cambridge Partnership Hockey tournament. We had 2 teams competing against 21 other teams and had a really enjoyable afternoon playing in glorious sunny weather! Click here to see more.

Animating Addenbrookes
Some of our children have worked with respresentatives from Addenbrookes hopsital helping with their new 'Addenrbookes Museum' .Click here to see more and you can read more about this and see some of our childrens work by clicking on this link: http://www.cambridgecandi.org.uk/projects/reimagine/animating-the-archives

World Book Day Celebrations
This year Queen Edith pupils from Nursery to Year 6 enjoyed a special reading challenge to celebrate World Book Day on 2nd March. Click Here to see more.

Children in Nursery and Reception took part in a physical activity and literacy time in our school hall today.  Children took part in races and were cheered on by their friends who chanted words they had learnt from the Gingerbread Man story.  Click here to see more.

Children’s learning has been based on The Three Billy Goats Gruff this term. They retold the story, found objects heavier than a troll, though about time, acted out the story, grew cress, made bridges, painted trolls and wrote descriptions of the characters. Click here to see more.                                        

Year 1
We enjoyed learning about rhythm and pulse in music. We used African drums to play a range of different rhythms. We used animal names such as ‘Polar bear’ and ‘Caterpillar’ as our rhythm. Click here to see more.                                            

Year 2 
2.1 made potato latkes as part of their Judaism topic. Jewish people make them during the festival of Hanukkah!    
Click here to see more.

Year 3 
As our Middle Years production get closer and closer, we have been busy with rehearsals. All of the children are feeling really proud of themselves as they have learnt their lines and no longer need a script on stage.Click here to see more.                                                                   

Year 4 
As our Middle Years production get closer and closer, we have been busy with rehearsals. All of the children are feeling really proud of themselves as they have learnt their lines and no longer need a script on stage Click here  to see more. 

Year 5 
As part of our Arriving in Africa topic, today Year 5 have had Africa Day! We first enjoyed an excellent introduction talk about what life is like in the Maasai Mara from Ben’s mum, who spent several years living in Africa. She bought in lots of fascinating artefacts and taught us lots of interesting and gruesome facts! Click here to see more.

Year 6 
On Wednesday 8th February, Year 6 enjoyed performing a mixture of their narrative adventure writing as well as a Survival dance from PE lessons.  
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Thank you for taking the time to visit our website.  We hope you will find all of the information you require and if you have questions or would like to arrange a visit to view the school or nursery please contact the school secretary on (01223) 712 200.

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What's Happening

Middle Years Production
Monday 27th March 10:00am Dress Rehearsal
Monday 27th March 7:00pm
Tuesday 28th March 10:00am Dress Rehearsal
Tuesday 28th March 7:00pm

Term Ends
Friday 31st March

Summer Term Starts
Tuesday 18th April - Non Pupil Day
Wednesday 19th April - First Day of Term
Wednesday 19th April - Nursery Closed for Home Visits

Theatre Group
Saturday 22nd April

PSFA Meeting
Monday 24th April  - 7.30pm


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