– Testimonials –

‘Not only was I genuinely impressed by the warmth and politeness of staff and students as we went around the site; there are many schools where this simply isn’t the case. Kudos to you, your team and SLT for achieving this’

Visitor to St Edmund’s

‘I spoke to you on Open Evening and highlighted the child that showed us around, as I cannot recall his name – much appreciated’

Open Evening visitor October 2017

Thank you and your staff for helping to make the Bikeability scheme run so smoothly and with great success at your school.  Your students are a pleasure to teach and showed an enthusiasm to learn and to put their skills into practice on the practical aspects of the course.  We very much look forward to […]

Maria Williams, Technical Specialist for Road Safety and Cycle Development at Wolverhampton City Council

– Welcome –

I am delighted to welcome you to St Edmund’s Academy: our work, our faith and our values.

St Edmund’s is an aspirational learning community committed to the personal, spiritual and academic growth of all young people in our care. We are guided by our patron Edmund Campion “To Love & Serve the Lord” and this is felt in all aspects of our day to day lives. Our young people follow CARE values (Calm-Aspirational-Respectful-Engaged) by working hard, respecting themselves, their community and the world around them. Our students acquire knowledge, skills and academic excellence not simply for their own personal advancement, but with an awareness of how this will benefit their community and the wider world.

We have a long tradition of academic excellence and pastoral support. All of our teachers, teaching assistants and pastoral staff are highly qualified and caring professionals who are relentless in their pursuit of the best possible outcomes for our students. They are supported by excellent resources, facilities and integrated technologies to ensure all of our students can access a truly world class education.

Of course, what makes St Edmund’’s special is the time we devote to developing the whole person and so alongside our academic accomplishments you will find distinguished sporting, musical, creative, artistic, technological and scientific endeavour; established links with businesses and the world of work and the active support of local, national and international charities.

We welcome into our community all who share our vision, and who will actively support our aims and values as a Catholic Academy.

Maggie Hazeldine

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