Weekly Sport Update

Well done to our U14A netball team who won their match against Bournemouth Collegiate last week with a score of 17-5. Player of the match was Ese Erhijvwo.

Well done to our basketball team for winning their match against Purbeck last week. Player of the Match was Matt Snook

Well done to our basketball team for their match last week against Poole Grammar last week – Congratulations to Poole Grammar who won the match. Our Player of the match was Niall Stanley.

Well done to our Year 8A netball who won their match against St Michael’s last week.

Well done to our Year 8B netball team for their match against St Michael’s – Congratulations to St Michael’s for winning the match.


Year 8 Careers Day

The second half of Year 8 have had their Careers Enterprise day today, where they have had to design their own hotel, including logo, slogan, menus, job roles, room layouts, income and expenses and event opportunities and then present this to the other groups.

We would like to thank The Samee Project for running this for us and giving our students the opportunity to build on their entrepreneurial, teamwork and business planning skills.

This is their website:


Bishop Visit


We were delighted to welcome Bishop Mark O’Toole, Bishop of Plymouth and Bishop Nicholas Holtam, Bishop of Salisbury to St Edward’s on 19th January to dedicate our new Chapel.

Quiz Night Reminder

The School Association have organised another Quiz night for Friday 2nd February.

This has been a really fun event in previous years so make sure you get complete your order form and return it to the Finance Desk as soon as possible.

Quiz night Flyer

Bryanston Trip

Professor Caitriona Jackman from Southampton University presented the Bryanston Science Society lecture on Friday 19th January. 14 of our Sixth Form students attended the talk entitled ‘Adventures in the outer solar system’ and were enthralled by the ongoing discoveries being made regarding Jupiter, Saturn and their moons.With new missions planned to explore these planets further, our students may find themselves working on these projects should they chose a career in the sciences.

Thank you to Dr Kearney of Bryanston School for inviting our students. We look forward to the next event on the ‘Chemistry of fragrance’ in February.