Virtual Sports Day
- Written by V Harrop
Some of our staff and students have put together a great video to introduce our new Year 7 students to King Ethelbert. Hit the link below to have a watch, we hope you enjoy it and we can’t wait to meet you!
We have also been creating some more subject relevant videos which we hope will make you feel a bit more familiar with what you’ll be doing when you start in September. Links to these can be found below:
We want to say a huge congratulations to our wonderful Y13 2020 cohort. Today we have celebrated some fantastic IBCP results and the students should be extremely proud of all they have achieved in sixth form.
We are excited that these students are off to a range of destinations; from Universities including UCL, CCCU, UKC, Liverpool St John Moores, Sheffield Hallam, UCA to apprenticeships at TFL and within local NHS and some continuing with their employment.
Massive well done to all Year 13. We are so proud of all of you!
Ms Rebera, Mr Rendel, Mrs Willis and all of the 6th form team.
Below is the link to the Sure Together song on YouTube. This has been compiled by students from The King Ethelbert RSC Associate Schools Partnership and The Canterbury Academy RSC Associate Schools. It is an entry for The RSC Digital Playmaking Festival, as well as representing the two clusters Summer Placemaking Festival, which was unable to take place as scheduled in The Kings Wood on 23rd July.
Please give it a watch, as it really showcases the talent our young people have!
23rd June 2020
Dear Parents and Carers
I hope you and your families are keeping well. I just wanted to write to you with a bit of an update. I know many of you are staying in touch with our key staff — form tutors, heads of year, DSL, SENCO, key workers or via the MyEd app — with any queries or updates, questions and messages of support. Thank you for your on-going support and communications during these strange times.
After Easter, we welcomed two new members of staff; despite a strange start for them, we are delighted to welcome them both to the staff team! Our new SENCO, Mrs Ellie Eales, has already been in touch with many of you, I know, and is working hard with the SEN team to support and track the progress of our students. Ms Kay Johnson is our new Learning Zone Manager and we are excited to have her expertise to support student learning too.