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
KS3 Pupil Success
This week a grand total of 122 students across KS3 have been awarded a Headteacher Commendation for their consistent outstanding attitude to learning. Some students are also receiving this for the second time, recognising that they have maintained an outstanding attitude to learning for this entire academic year.
In Year 7 there were 16 Headteacher Commendations and 24 2nd Headteacher Commendations.
In Year 8 there were 24 Headteacher Commendations and 22 2nd Headteacher Commendations
In Year 9 there were 14 Headteacher Commendations and 22 2nd Headteacher Commendations
Mr Lloyd, Headteacher, and Mrs Viligiardi, KS3 Progress Co-ordinator, were extremely proud to award these certificates to recognise the hard work and dedication that the students have applied to their learning. These students are clear role models for others and should be proud of themselves.
Jeans for Josh Day
“Jeans for Josh” day on Friday 22nd May 2015
Following the sad news of the passing of one of our ex-students, Joshua Faithfull, Erith School has decided to have a “Jeans for Josh” day on Friday 22nd May 2015.
Students are asked to come into school in full uniform except that they can wear jeans instead of the school skirt or school trousers at a cost of £1.00.
Funds raised will go towards a memorial in school and for a charity to be chosen by the parents.
Students must still wear school uniform including blazer, shirt tie and shoes. Jeans are only item of clothing permitted to change.
PA to Headteacher
Erith Girls Make History
The popularity of girl’s football has grown over the years nationally and within the school
Our handbook contains lots of useful information about Erith School, alongside our policies.