How to Apply - St Edmund's School.

Welcome to St Edmund’s England’s oldest Catholic school offering an all round co-education for students from 3 to 18 and for families from all faiths. Our historic campus offers modern facilities in a magnificent country setting in rural Hertfordshire, providing a safe and stimulating environment for young minds.

St Edmund's College is a coeducational independent day and boarding school in the British public school tradition, set in 440 acres (1.8 km 2) in Ware, Hertfordshire.Founded in 1568 as a seminary, then a boys' school, it is the oldest continuously operating and oldest post-Reformation Catholic school in the country.Today it caters for boys and girls aged 3 to 18.

Admissions - St. Edmund's Girls' School.

Wyvern College and St Edmund’s School work together across one learning campus. They remain as separate schools but share facilities, teachers and support staff. Lessons are mostly taught in single-sex groups except where there is educational benefit to students for example in performing arts subjects or at GCSE level, where extra qualifications can be offered by combining students from both.St Edmund's is a Catholic Voluntary Aided School open to boys and girls aged 11 to 16 of all abilities. The School was established by the Roman Catholic people of Portsmouth to provide a Christian education for their children within the discipline and tradition of the Catholic Church. The fundamental aim of the School today is to present a clear Christian philosophy and way of life, providing.Today St Edmund’s offers not simply an education for Catholics but a Catholic education, welcoming people of all faiths ready to embrace the values that have made it and its predecessors such a successful seat of learning for over 400 years. Visitors say how they are struck by the atmosphere of the College which fosters a special sense of community and self awareness amongst staff and.


At St. Edmund’s Academy, we pride ourselves on getting to know personally each family and each child who come through the Admissions Office—to understand the hopes and dreams you have for your child and to begin to discover what subjects spark their interest and how we can nurture and challenge them through their years here. We look forward to returning to the days when we can accomplish.St.Edmund's is the only Independent Co Educational Day and flexi Boarding School, with a Senior School (13 to 16 years) a Prep School (7 to 13 years) and Nursery and Pre-Prep Department (2 to 7 years) for boys and girls in Hindhead. Small classes, excellent academic and sport results, good facilities including swimming pool and golf course.

With an increase in the number of students attending the provision at St Edmund's Catholic School, a list of student expectations we would expect all students to follow during the Covid-19 in-school learning. Children who have been written to and classed as critically extremely vulnerable must not attend school.

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At St. Edmund’s we take a great deal of time in consultation with parents, selecting the right senior school for each individual child, which for some children may be our own St. Edmund’s Seniors. Our examination candidates have been successful in passing to their senior school of first choice over the past five years, and children from St. Edmund’s have been offered places at over forty.

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St Edmund's College is England's oldest Catholic school offering an all round co-education for students from 3 to 18 and for families from all faiths. Our historic campus offers modern facilities in a magnificent country setting in rural Hertfordshire, providing a safe and stimulating environment for young minds.

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St Edmund's College, Ware, Old Hall Green, WARE, Hertfordshire, SG11 1DS SOCS sport website website.

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St Edmund’s was founded in 1896 by the 15th Duke of Norfolk. The College is set in large, quiet and pleasant grounds close to the University Library and Cambridge city centre.

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For centuries Edmund’s resting place was patronised by the kings of England and the abbey became increasingly wealthy as the cult of St Edmund grew. Such was the influence of St Edmund that on St Edmund’s Day in 1214 rebel English barons held a secret meeting here before going to confront King John with the Charter of Liberties, the forerunner to Magna Carta which he signed a year later.

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ADMISSIONS POLICY for 2019-2020 There are two Catholic primary schools in Maidenhead; St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School serving the parish community of St. Joseph’s and our school, St Edmund Campion, serving the parish of St. Edmund Campion. The priority of both schools is to provide, where possible, places for baptised Catholic children who live in Maidenhead. The Governors of St. Edmund.

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St Edmund Hall is home to a large, diverse and inclusive community. Renowned for our friendly and relaxed atmosphere, we are nevertheless firmly committed to academic excellence and opportunity. The hall’s intake of approximately 110 undergraduates, selected on merit and irrespective of background, comprises students with academic ability, passion for their subjects and the potential to excel.

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ST EDMUND'S COLLEGE - Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual return, officers, charges, business activity.

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