Life beyond St Edmund's Catholic School...
We are always interested to find out what former pupils have done since leaving the school and to share in their challenges and successes along the way. Former students are invited to contact Ms Slight by email email@example.com to update the school on what they have gone on to do since leaving.
We hope you will stay in touch with us, wherever you are and whatever you are doing!
Click a leaver in the sections below to read about what they are doing now!
Some of our leavers who have returned to work at St Edmund's - Click the image below to read! (PDF)
St Edmund's Catholic School News
- Leaver 2015
- Leaver 2013
- Leaver 1969
- Leaver 1971
- 1973 Leaver
- 2000 Leaver
- 2010 Leaver
- 2011 Leaver
- 2013 Leaver
National Citizenship Service (NCS)
National Citizenship Service (NCS) provides young people aged 16/17 (Year 11 and Year 12) from all backgrounds with the opportunity to take on new challenges, learn new skills and make a difference by getting involved with their local community. It includes a residential week at an outdoor activity centre, a further weeks residential within the local community and two weeks full time completing 60 hours towards their Social Action Project; all of which runs through the summer holidays after students have their completed GCSE examinations.
Huge well done to Mubiana Myegha, Sila Coban, Ryan McGarvey, Nana Owusu-Brobbey, Justin Dizon, Olivia O'Regan, Eloise Smith, Nadima Rahman, Aleah Hussain, Rebecca Punter, Michelle Truong, Cheryl-Ann Tendayi, Isatou Sanyang, Jade Magee, Jessica Tran, Abigael Kimani and Arelene Pereira who took part in 2018.
These students combined contributed 1020 hours of social action to our city and received a combined £20,825 worth of investment of government funding to support their further personal, social and skill development.
The NCS is in liaison with the current Head of Year 11 to sign up any current situations who are interested in this programme.
Please see the full letter below from Pompey in the Community about NCS.