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
Open Evening and Open Mornings
Wednesday 1st October
Presentations start at 6.00pm & 7.00pm
Friday 3rd October
Tuesday 7th October
Thursday 9th October
Wednesday 15th October
from 9.00am -11.00am
(Final tours start at 10.00am)
Open Mornings are by appointment only; please contact the school to reserve a place on the Open Morning of your choice.
U16 round 2 cup tie against St Ursula’s (English schools cup).
The girls faced their first fixture this season in a tough English schools game. Some of the girls had played this team before although the new members of the U16 squad hadn’t faced them. St Ursula’s took an early lead in the first half, Erith retaliated soon after to make the score 1-1.
The team worked incredibly hard throughout the game, the defense kept St Ursula’s at bay and our shots on goal in the second half were unlucky. With a minute to spare we was awarded a free kick, Ellie Jeffkins took this and with a fantastic accurate, stormer of a shot we sored and took the lead. The girls will now progress onto the next round.
GIRLS’ ESFA U16
Erith 2 - St Ursula 1
Erith Girls are now in Round 3 of the English Schools Cup
KEY STAGE 4
This year there were many excellent individual achievements. Our highest performing students are Chloe Roebuck and Nicole Brownfield who achieved A* grades across the board in 12 and 11 subjects respectively.
Results showed an overall pass rate of 95% with 71% of grades at A*-C and A*-B results increased to 50%.
Our handbook contains lots of useful information about Erith School, alongside our policies.