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
Events this week
Mock exams continue this week, click here to view more information on all the mock exams happening over next two months.
Erith’s Got Talent Grand Final this Wednesday. Have you got your ticket yet?
Year 9 Tenner Challenge gets under way, click here for more info on the national competition!
For further info on all events taking place this week, please view the School Noticeboard.
Exam Results - Summer 2015
Congratulations to Erith School Students on this years exam results:
A Level Results Overview:
The overall pass rate this year was 98% with 71% of grades at A* to C. The proportion of grades at A* to B was 44%.
Top achievers at A Level were Megi Xhemollari, who achieved a grade A in Psychology and B grades in History and English Literature, and Matthew Catmull who achieved a grade A in Business Studies and B grades in Accounting and Economics.
Chloe Roebuck who has completed her first year of 6th form achieved straight A grades in Biology, French, Maths and Psychology.
A number of students gained excellent results in combining A Levels and Vocational courses including Jake Hawkins who achieved an A* in Media Studies, a grade C in History and a Distinction in Music BTEC. Enoch Adewale added a grade B in Business Studies to a double Distinction* in Medical Science BTEC.
Many other students excelled on programmes consisting exclusively of Vocational courses including Lauren Bloomfield and Rebecca Paul who achieved double Distinction*/Distinction on BTEC Sport Extended Diplomas.
GCSE Results day: record-breaking results!
Students are celebrating as standards continue to rise at Erith School where a record-breaking 50% of students got A*-C in English and Maths. This represents a 7% increase on last year in spite of declining national trends.
Overall, 156 students got at least 5 GCSEs including English and Maths.
The school’s top achievers are Leticia De Melo (15 GCSEs: 9A*s and 6As), Imanuella Okoronkwo (13 GCSEs including 8A*s and 1A), Jessica Kelleher (14 GCSEs including 5A*s and 6As), Joe Manak (15 GCSEs including 4A*s and 9As), Joshua Amosun (11 GCSEs including 3A*s and 5As) and Macauley White (13 GCSEs including 2A*s and 5As), Aminate Onileere (6A*s and 6As) and Sophie Peel (6A*s and 2As).
Brian Lloyd, Headteacher said “We are so proud of the achievements of all our students: these are our best results ever! Our success is grounded in the solid relationships fostered at this school, the dedication of all our staff and the support of our parents. The governors and I would like to thank staff, students and parents for a great year.”
Mock exam timetables 2015
The P16 and Y11 mock exam timetables are available to download below (pdf files).
The mock exams run from Wednesday 18th November through to 17th December 2015.
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