Edenfield C of E Primary School


Edenfield C of E Primary School is a voluntary controlled Church of England Primary School that offers education to children aged 4-11 years.  The school serves a village close to the small town of Ramsbottom, north of Bury and  was built in 1861 .

We arplaye very proud of our refurbished school building. Our recent improvements to the school include a separate EYFS area with outdoor play facilities, an additional key stage 2 classroom, a dining room and a fully functioning kitchen, from which we can serve our own nutritious hot meals. In addition, we have an improved visitor/reception area, administration and storage space and two new offices.woodland

We offer two playgrounds and an extensive school field with a picturesque backdrop of the hills around Edenfield. At the bottom of the sports area, there is a soft play facility with an adventure playground made of recyclable plastic where children can climb and use their imagination for role play.

The recently restored wildlife area provides, seating for outdoor lessons, a learning circle, a pond and flower beds cared for by each class.

Please clink on the link below to view our current prospectus:

School Prospectus 

Latest News


Last Choir Singing Grand Final

Edenfield Singing Club awarded 2nd County Runner Up Award On Friday 15th June, Edenfield Singing


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