St Edmund's RC Primary School

Queen Street, Little Hulton, Salford M38 0WH



0161 921 1940

School closure

Updates for parents/ carers eligible for benefits-tested free school meals

The government have introduced a national voucher system through the Edenred portal. School have requested that all families eligible send an email address to in order to access the vouchers.

Following this, a redemption eCode from the Edenred system will be sent directly to the parent or carers of the pupil(s) eligible for free school meals. You will then receive instructions on how to use this eCode to create an eGift card. The value of the gift card will be £15 per week per child. 

Through Edenred, you can currently access eGift cards for the following supermarkets: Morrisons, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Waitrose and M&S.

Once families have received their voucher, they will be able to redeem them in-store at the selected retailer by either: presenting the voucher on a smartphone or tablet or presenting a paper copy of the voucher.

As the LA have already provided provision until the Easter break, the first codes will be sent on the 20th April and then weekly. 

If you have confirmed your email address and do not receive a code on the 20th April, please check your junk mail and trash. If the code is not there, contact the school for help.

If you have any questions, please read the FAQ document alongside this text.

Information from above shared by Salford City Council if you need help or advice.


Our Online Classes!

We have set up Google Classrooms as a way for children to access school online. Follow the instructions below to access our new Google Classrooms!

Email addresses

Before doing anything else, your child needs their own email address. The easiest way to get onto the virtual classroom is to make a Gmail account. Click here for instructions - the best option would be to use your child's name where possible.

How to join a class as a student

This article is for St. Edmund’s pupils.

To use Classroom, you need to sign in on your computer or mobile device and then join classes. Then, you can get work from your teacher and communicate with your classmates. When you join a class on one device, you're enrolled in that class on all devices.

How to join a class

Join a class with a class code— School will be texting parents with a class code; use this code to add yourself to the class. Each code is specific to each year group (e.g. there is one code for Year 6, and a different code for Year 3)

Join a class with a class code

  1. Go to
  2. At the top, click Add, then Join class.
  3. Enter the class code sent by text and click Join.
    A class code consists of 6 or 7 letters or numbers. For example, hjhmgrk or g5gdp1.

FSM Vouchers FAQs for parents and carers













School closure letter









To access the file storage system:


Username: y2018

Password: Abc12345


All resources are located in the HOMESCHOOL drive. Resources shared on Portico should be downloaded and kept on your computer/ device. Please do not upload resources as this is a public forum and intended only to be used to retrieve documents. Please do not move or modify documents as this will stop other users from accessing materials. You are not required to ‘hand in’ these tasks they are designed to enable children to apply/revise previously taught skills on a temporary basis.

RM Unify has links to several different websites that will support your child’s learning. Take a look and explore some of the website which can aid learning at home.


To access the platform:


Username: y2018

Password: Abc12345


To access any of the websites below, please click on the image to access the website.

Spelling Shed is a fantastic way to practice skills at home. Pupils should use their personal login to access the site.

All pupils in KS2 have access to Times Tables Rocks to support number fact knowledge.

Pupils should use their personal login to access the site.

My Maths offers a wealth of activities and tasks to support children's mathematical development. Pupils should use their personal login to access the site.

This website is designed to support pupils develop their coding skills. Pupils should use their personal login details to access the site.

Here is a a child-friendly story you can read with your child. It explains the Coronavirus, how to stay safe and why we are at home currently.

Click on the picture to download the ebook. 

Some pupils have access to the reading support programme designed to give pupils extra practice where needed in reading and spelling. Pupils should use their personal login to access the site.

All pupils and parents can sign up to the free aspects of this site.