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
School Receives Defibrillator
Erith School was the grateful recipient of a defibrillator, when Tobi Alabi, founder of the Heart4More Foundation and a former Erith School Student, visited on the 5th November.
Tobi left Erith School in 2010 to take up a contract with Millwall Football Club; sadly he was forced to retire from the game aged just 20 after collapsing during a match in October 2013. He was diagnosed with HCM (hypertrophic cardiomyopathy).
Tobi now runs his own charity, Heart4More Foundation, and campaigns for annual heart screenings for all football players. The charity also raises funds to purchase defibrillators for schools.
World Thai Boxing Champion
After only 3 years in training Year 7 student, Megan-Rose Pearce, has fought her way through to a magnificent World Title in Muay Thai boxing.
Having turned her powerful hands to the sport when she was only 8 years old Megan defeats her opponents, with not only her remarkable strength, but also her initiative and intelligence.
Kent Cup Success
Erith U16 girls storm through to the quarter finals of the Kent Cup after a resounding 9-0 victory over Fort Pitt Grammar School, Chatham.
Goals were scored by:
Leah Saunders (5)
Breon Grant (2)
Amy Nash (1)
Ellie York (1)
Well done girls!
Miss Northwood, Team Coach
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