St Edmund's RC Primary School

Queen Street, Little Hulton, Salford M38 0WH



0161 921 1940


Welcome to our Reception Class!


Reception Team

Mrs Bradbury - Class Teacher

Miss Howard - Class Teacher

Mrs Egan - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Backhouse - Teaching Assistant

Miss Gray - HLTA

Mrs Booth - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Avery - Teaching Assistant



Reception Reminders: Mini Movers is on Tuesday Afternoons.  Please ensure your child has a named bag with a pair of black pumps in school.  Fruit is available free of charge daily. Toast is available daily, please send 75p in an envelope with your child's name, every Monday.

Reception RJB

Reception RKH

Parent Celebration

Today we held our celebration to give you an insight into some of things that we have been learning this half term.

Our topic was 'All about me.'  The children learnt 'Heads, shoulders, knees and toes' in French.

The children also had the opportunity to work with you, creating 'Self Portraits.'  We have to say that you all did a fantastic job.

European Day of Languages

Peace Day

Both Reception classes created a collaborative piece of work relating to 'Peace.'  The children painted the canvas and then we wrote words that mean peace to us. 

We hope you had a lovely afternoon and thank you to those who attended.  If you didn't get a chance to see, take a look at our video and slideshow. 

European Day of Languages

 On Wednesday 26th September, the children celebrated European Day of Languages.  

They learnt how to say 'Hello' and 'Goodbye' in French and Polish and they learnt how to say 'Thank you' in French. The children made flags and they were also taught how to sing the song 'Heads, shoulders, knees and toes' in French. 

Peace Day

On Thursday 21st September we celebrated the International Day of Peace. We did lots of activities during the day such as painting doves and creating a whole class canvas.

We had a fantastic day! 

European Day of Languages

Peace Day

Some of the children created the word 'Peace' on the floor whilst the other children gave each other the sign of peace by shaking hands and saying 'Peace be with you!'