• Welcome To Prince Edward Primary School

    We are very proud of our school, and our community. We all work together to provide the best for our children. Please enjoy looking around our website. We hope, during your visit you find all that you are looking for. Contact us if you have any suggestions or enquiries.

    You can e-mail us at enquiries@princeedward.sheffield.sch.uk. Our named contact in the school office is Sheena Day. She can direct any enquiry to the right person.

    Your views and opinions are much valued and will help shape the school’s future.

  • Our School Values

    The school values were developed in 2013 by staff, governors, children and parents. The nine values are:

    • Respect
    • Co-operation
    • Pride
    • Determination
    • Honesty
    • Perseverance
    • Kindness
    • Fairness
    • Aspiration
  • Curriculum Statement

    At Prince Edward Primary School we offer a fun-filled curriculum which is exciting, challenging and action-packed. Our Early Years curriculum is child-led and we continue to foster this through KS1 and KS2. We value the arts and humanities and we believe in the importance of these subjects in order to develop the whole child. 

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  • A Message from the School Council

    We are helpful, kind and friendly. At our school we have raised lots of money for Children in Need. We helped raise money for countries like Haiti. We don’t just think about children in our school, we think about children around the world.

    We share our ideas with our class to tell them what is happening in school.

    We welcome anybody new to our school so they feel happy inside. We try our best to make sure that everyone fits in, everyone has friends and everyone is safe.

    Parent View at Ofsted

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  • Ofsted say “This is a good school”

    Teaching has improved and is continuously improving. Teachers provide high quality marking and feedback. Pupils are given quality time to respond and act on the advice.

    Nick Gibb MP Minister of State for Schools says:

    “Your school’s results show that you are amongst the 100 top performing schools in terms of the progress your pupils make between Key Stage 1 and the end of Key Stage 2.”

    Teacher Training through SSELP School Direct

    Click on the link here to find out more about how to train as a teacher with SSELP School Direct courses.

    • 📚 Check out Y5 Emerald's class blog to find out how they celebrated the end of their Reading competition!! 📚https://t.co/6RPMpeQvKb

      Fri Feb 16 18:50:12 +0000 2018
    • 📚 What a wonderful day we've had celebrating the end of Books at Bedtime! Hot chocolate, stories with @Andystories1… https://t.co/NQuaBesecr

      Fri Feb 16 18:47:58 +0000 2018
    • 😃📚📖📚😃 Don’t forget it’s PJ Day tomorrow to celebrate the end of our reading competitions- Books at Bedtime and We Love to Read. 📚😃📖😃📚

      Thu Feb 15 21:54:02 +0000 2018