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Easter Revi­sion 2017


Rape Cri­sis Eng­land and Wales

joss200As a sixth form this year we are rais­ing money and aware­ness for Rape Cri­sis Eng­land and Wales. We will be fundrais­ing both in school and over the sum­mer break. We will also be talk­ing to all year groups in assem­blies about the impor­tance of respect and con­sent and also about what we are doing as a group. As well as fundrais­ing around school we have a Vir­gin Money giv­ing page, if you wish to donate please visit this page http://​uk​.vir​gin​money​giv​ing​.com/​t​e​a​m​/​N​o​M​e​a​n​s​N​o

Thank you

Road Cross­ing Bid Successful!

The KCC bid has been suc­cess­ful and we are going to get a Puf­fin Cross­ing out­side King Ethel­bert School.

Adam Solly Direc­tor of Houses and the School Coun­cil should be hugely con­grat­u­lated for their tenac­ity, ded­i­ca­tion and com­mit­ment to this project.

Spe­cial thanks should go to Coun­cil­lor Suzanne Brimm, Cab­i­net Mem­ber of Oper­a­tional Ser­vices. Her hard work and sup­port has

been superb.

Rais­ing the Flag.

flag200Stu­dents 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.

The Great British Spring Clean

adam 200On 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.

IBCP Success

Huge Con­grat­u­la­tions to Saf­fron Clif­ford in Y13 for achiev­ing a triple dis­tinc­tion star D*D*D* in her Level 3 BTEC 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.

Saf­fron Clifford


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