Our vision is to be an Outstanding School; one that caters for young people of all abilities and helps them to achieve great things.

We genuinely care about all our students and work hard to create for them a positive culture for learning, that permeates throughout the whole school.

Brian Lloyd, BEd, NPQH

Students Join MENSA

The Mensa test is an IQ test to measure intelligence and quickness of mental comprehension (or mental agility).

Twenty Year 9 students took the Mensa test this term and 11 were ranked in the top 10% with their scores.  2 of our students have been invited to join Mensa; Isabel Canik, is in the top 1%, and Lucia Grzenkowicz-Taylor in the top 2%.

Congratulations to Isabel and Lucia and all the students who achieved these high scores.

Well done!

Mrs A Wright, More Able and Talented Co-ordinator

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Book Bench Competition

There are 4 trails of Book Benches around London, including one in Greenwich, and the National Literacy Trust  is running a competition with prizes which involves answering a quiz on each trail – read more at  www.booksabouttown.org.uk

We are running our own competition linked with this; we’d like students to have their photograph taken sitting on as many benches as possible. There will be prizes in September and photos will be displayed around the school.

Miss Burgum and Ms Chadwick, Erith School Library

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Exam Results Days

Students will be able to collect their results at the following times:

GCSE Results:
Thursday 21 August

Year 11


Year 10 & 6th Form

Good Luck!



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Erith School Handbook