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Ofsted Inspection

On behalf of His Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education, Children's Services and Skills we confirm Ofsted will be attending Edwinstree Middle School for inspection on 17th and 18th April 2024.

16 April Read more

School Open Monday 25th March

We are pleased to confirm emergency drain work is now complete and we look forward to welcoming students back on Monday 25th March. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

18 March Read more

Edwinstree Crossing Campaign

Please would you help us with our campaign to upgrade the new crossing in Bowling Green Lane?

05 February Read more


We are happy to announce our Open Morning sessions are happening during November 2023. These sessions will take place on Wednesdays at 10am.

17 October Read more

Our Vision:

As a Christian school we recognise the unique and wonderful in everyone.  As a community we support one another to flourish, and live life in all its fullness. 

This vision guides all our work and is the centre of our curriculum intent.

We recognise the unique

We have created a curriculum which allows our students to explore their individual talents and skill. We are committed to teaching the full breadth of the curriculum and teach in specialist rooms with specialist teachers. We recognise and enjoy the uniqueness of each student and we cherish the relationships that we build with them. We teach students that our Church of England school has Equity at its centre.

We recognise the wonderful

“God created man in his own image”. This bible quote teaches us that we all have wonder and wonderfulness in us. We support our students to identify and develop their own ‘wonderfuls’ - the things that make them who they are. 

To help us find and cherish our ‘wonderfulness’ we study Christian values that challenge us to be the best we can be. Both staff and students reflect and learn through Collective Worship

We support one another to flourish

A human being that flourishes is a person that is confident to face something new and learn from it. Our journey through the pandemic enlightened us to the importance of small steps. We developed threshold concepts (key elements of our learning) to support our learning journey. We noticed our students, post-pandemic, have many different starting points to their learning. We take time to embed skills and knowledge rather than rushing on. We focus on the concept of deep thinking for all - and model how students can think like experts within each subject.

We live life in all its fullness

This requires us to acknowledge and learn from the tough parts of life as well as the joy. Staff and students will experience ‘Wows’ and ‘Ows’ within our curriculum.

Since the pandemic, we spend time supporting our students’ and staff’s wellbeing. We learn how to notice, evaluate and put into place strategies to support our mental health. Our mantra is, ‘It is ok not to be ok, but not ok if you don’t share it’.

We are encouraged to advocate and make a difference where we see injustice. We create ‘Fullness Days’ where students explore challenging issues such as climate change or raise funds for charity. We teach our students that if we all make small changes - huge impact can be made together.