St Edward's School

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The Headmaster giving a gift to a Year 11 pupil on Leavers Day.





St Edward’s offers an exceptional climate for learning and great pedagogy, with focused learning being the foundation of every lesson. Our curriculum is underpinned by core values, which champion the need to attend to the wellbeing of our pupils first.


A pupil learnig photograhy during his ICT lesson.


Our curriculum has a holistic approach to development that goes beyond academia and includes developing: communication and collaboration skills; emotional, cultural and spiritual awareness; cultivating positive relationships; resilience and resourcefulness, and so much more. This is supported further with educational trips to deepen pupils' engagement within the curriculum.


History lesson in the school museum.

Subjects Taught

Follow the link below to discover more about the subjects taught at St Edward's School.

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Student Councillor.

Student Council

Our Student Council provides opportunities for boys to learn about effective self-government, develop good communication skills and take responsibility for social and community development.

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The school dining room.


We provide our pupils with information on careers and the world of work encouraging them to be aspirational and ambitious so that they can secure their dream job and enjoy fulfilling careers.

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Buttefly catching at St Edward's School wildflower garden.


We will achieve outcomes that drive social mobility and give every pupil freedom of choice throughout their lives. We know that the development of character does not happen by chance but by purpose and intention: it is therefore an explicit part of our curriculum.


Water Polo in the school pool.

Our Reward System

Boys can attain a wide array of school-based accreditations and awards for participation in numerous pursuits, initiatives and in their subject areas.

A positive behaviour system encourages pupils to accumulate points through their work each week in school. Points-related activity programmes encourage boys to seek greater involvement in the wide array of activities on offer. Recent top points activities are featured in our activity program.


In addition to small class sizes and a high level of support within the classroom, we also provide a range of additional support, personalised to support individual needs.

In depth literacy and numeracy assessments upon admission

Dyslexia screening

Irlen Syndrome Screening

Speech and Language Therapy (SALT)

Occupational Therapy (OT)

Sensory Integration

1:1 Classroom Support


Year 11 leavers day July 2021

"Preparing you to take the next step."



St Edward’s, a day and residential special school providing care and education for boys who experience social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH) celebrates very pleasing public examination results.
The school community were extremely proud to receive confirmation of public examination success on Thursday 12 August 2021.  The year had been difficult for pupils because the pandemic inevitably impacted on teaching and learning. That said, pupils at St Edward’s School continued to work hard and were rewarded with very encouraging results, equating to a 94% pass rate in all subjects. 

Individual subjects achieved some impressive results. There was a 90% pass rate in mathematics for pupils achieving grades 9-4 at GCSE. 70% achieved grades 9-4 in GCSE English and an impressive 100% achieved a pass in GCSE Art and Design with many pupils gaining very high grades. We were also delighted with the 100% pass rate achieved by pupils sitting their functional skills examinations. Well done to all!

Mr Graham Maher, Headmaster, commented, “The examination results achieved by all pupils in Year 11 at St Edward’s School are testimony to their resilience and determination. At a time of great disruption and uncertainty, pupils and staff have worked hard and achieved ambitious grades. I am delighted that these results enabled so many of our pupils to progress to colleges of further education.’’