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
Love in a Box Collection
Erith School students have made another generous collection of Christmas boxes for children in war torn countries for the Mustard Seed Relief Mission charity ‘Love in a Box’.
About 80 boxes were collected, containing a range of gifts from toiletries, toys, costume jewellery, marbles and stationery. Students in 9 Kipling made an enormously generous donation of 10 boxes and students in 7 Kipling donated 8 boxes.
The Mustard Seed charity is delighted with Erith School’s donation for the 11th year running.
Mystery Voice Competition
I would really like to thank everyone for their support in getting the Erith School Radio off the ground – especially the parents who helped raise money to fund this exciting project.
In this final week of term we are running a Mystery Voice competition for our Tutor Groups. Just guess the mystery voices and post your Tutor Group’s entry into the box in Reception! Winners will be picked at random from the correct entries received by Thursday 18 December 2014 (12.00noon).
Good Luck & Happy Christmas!
Mr P Kelly, Erith School Radio Producer
Going for Gold!
Going for Gold is an initiative to celebrate and reward student achievement of as they work towards GCSE and vocational qualifications. To inspire our Year 11 students to maximise their academic achievement, any student with one Grade A*-C at GCSE (or equivalent) is awarded a bronze pin badge.
Students achieving 3 Grade A*- Cs will receive a silver badge and gold ties will be awarded to students with the equivalent of 5 Grade A*- C’s. The grades obtained in the November English and maths exams, and grades obtained in the January mocks counted towards this total. Click on the link below to see our Going for Gold Roll of Honour.
Mr B Morgan, Assistant Headteacher
Our handbook contains lots of useful information about Erith School, alongside our policies.