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
BBC School Report 2015
Students from Erith School will be making the news for real on
19 March 2015 as they take part in BBC News School Report.
We aim to publish the news by 1600 GMT on the News Day, so please save this page as a favourite and return to it later.
In the meantime, take a look at the reports we produced last year.
Little Shop of Horrors: The Reviews
The Erith School production of a Little Shop of Horrors may not have starred Rick Moranis as Seymour, the ‘timid’ florist, or Steve Martin, the ‘cool’ dentist, but still had a very talented cast made up of students from year 7 to year 12 who acted, danced, and sung with energy and enthusiasm, together with a truly magnificent set and musicianship of a very high standard. The assured direction of Mr Kensit, the innovative choreography by Miss Colgan and the exhilarating musicianship under the leadership of Mr Wilkinson, resulted in; “a great 2 hours of entertainment” as extolled by Mr Friend….
Ashton Middleton, 12.05
and Sophie Kent, 12.01
Globe Theatre Visit
On a very brisk and chilly day, a determined group of 33 Year 10 and 18 Year 12 students attended Othello at Shakespeare’s Globe, on the Southbank.
Despite a lengthy walk and train journey, the students remained excited and eager to see the story come to life. The performance was active and lively and Erith students got involved helping out on stage and cat-calling at Iago during his most evil moments.
Although all agreed that the theatre should be heated, they enjoyed the atmosphere and experience of seeing Shakespeare’s work in its traditional setting.
Miss T McGuinness
Teacher of English
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