Our name change in April 2018 heralds a bright new future. We are very pleased to have joined the Samuel Ward Academy Trust and work with their partnership of schools to ensure the highest quality education for all students.
We are friendly and welcoming, we offer excellent care, guidance and support, we ensure high standards of behaviour and we strive for academic achievement for all of our students. If you hope to educate your child in a caring environment focused on achievement, then St Edward’s Church of England Academy is the school for you.
Effective communication between the school and parents/carers is key to success. From April 2018, Headteacher’s Surgery will be introduced to give the community the chance to meet me. Parents/carers are welcome to attend Headteacher’s Surgery on Mondays from 3.30pm to 4.30pm during term time, without appointment. This is an opportunity for you to speak to me on a first-come, first-served basis about any concerns or questions you have. If you would like to contact me outside surgery times, please write or send me an email.
Jodie Hassan, Headteacher
13 May 2018
The newly-appointed headteacher of a Romford secondary school has spoken of her “privilege” at landing the new role. Jodie Hassan has this week started at the newly-named St Edward’s Church of England Academy – at
13 May 2018
The Art Department’s trip to the prestigious and world-renowned Tate Modern was organised to give Year 8 students ‘an experience like nothing else!’ The students literally had to swing into action on arrival when they
2 April 2018
Congratulations to Oluwadahunsi Anibaba, Elizabeth Akeju, Senega Asemota-Ero, Souleyman Bololo, Sherelle Dalling, Salvatore Di Salvo, Victoria Jesson, Destiny Loa, Alanna Odagbu, Valentina Orsi Del Aguila, Irvine Opoku-Danquah and Sharnté Parkes who graduated from the Brilliant