Students from KES attended the Commonwealth Flag raising ceremony in support of Commonwealth Day at Birchington Square. Each student represented the school and their uniformed club. The students represented, Sea Cadets, Scouts, Air Scouts, Girl Guides, Army Cadets and Boys Brigade.
On Friday 3rd of March students at King Ethelbert’s School volunteered to help out in this year’s National ‘Great British Spring Clean’ campaign. For the whole day students worked tirelessly to clear the school grounds of litter and rubbish. They started off the day by taking all of the schools recycling (something we do each week in houses) and then tackled the main areas of the school. The hardest parts to clear were the bushes around the school boundary where rubbish had ended up due to the wind. Finally, they finished off the day by planting some new trees at the front of the school. It was a great effort by the schools Eco Committee and the difference is already visible.
Huge Congratulations to Saffron Clifford in Y13for achieving a triple distinction star D*D*D* in her Level 3BTEC Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care as part of her IBCP studies. This is an amazing achievement — read on to find out what her exciting options and next steps are… Well done Saffron!
After hard work and copious amounts of self motivation, I completed my BTEC with D*D*D* and bagged myself 3 university offers and an apprenticeship offer. I have conditional offers for Canterbury Christ Church university to study, Business Management or Events Management and an offer from University of Kent to study Business Management with a year in the industry. As well as this, I have been interviewed for a Pharmaceutical apprenticeship, which links well with my BTEC in Health and Social Care, therefore I am considering accepting that offer for September.
Don’t miss our stunning production of Julius Caesar. Produced in partnership with the RSC and the Learning Performance Network of seven other Kent schools, you will experience an hour and a half of riveting drama, starring students from years 7 – 10 from King Ethelbert School.
The performance is on Monday, 13th March at The Marlowe Theatre. It starts at 7.00 p.m. and will end by 8.30 approximately, including an interval.
Tickets are £3.00 for children and £5.00 for adults.
Year 7 students:
Please encourage your child to come on the school trip to see the production. Travel is by coach. See your child for a letter, to be returned asap, please.
All year 7 students will be studying the play using RSC rehearsal room active approaches in Term 4, so it will be massively beneficial for your child to see the production.