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Sum­mer Let­ter July 2021

Dear Par­ents and Carers

It is hard to believe that we are finally com­plet­ing this strange school year. It has been one of chal­lenge but remark­able sto­ries of resilience, team­work, com­mu­nity, learn­ing new ways of work­ing and utter deter­mi­na­tion from our stu­dents, par­ents, car­ers and staff. I com­mend you all.

Stu­dents have hugely impressed us. They have worked with tenac­ity and have adapted to all the rules and sys­tems and remote learn­ing we have had to intro­duce. I have been par­tic­u­larly impressed by how they have looked out for each other and their com­mu­nity with indi­vid­ual com­mu­nity projects such as sewing masks, run­ning allot­ments and small busi­nesses, sup­port­ing vul­ner­a­ble mem­bers of our com­mu­nity and char­i­ties such as our local food bank and vast amounts of vol­un­teer­ing through the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme. Equally impres­sive have been their col­lec­tive projects such as our bril­liant 6th form Busi­ness stu­dents and their work to raise aware­ness and funds for the Young Minds men­tal health char­ity, as well as their events to sup­port stu­dent well­be­ing. Recent pre­fect inter­views with Y10 and Y12 brought home how pas­sion­ately they feel about look­ing after each other in the KES fam­ily and look­ing out for younger stu­dents too; I was so proud of them all. KS3 stu­dents have also been log­ging a vast range of bril­liant evi­dence and activ­i­ties for their LORIC portfolios.

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Head Stu­dents 2021/​2022

Fol­low­ing inter­views, we are excited to announce the appoint­ment of our new Head Stu­dents for 202122 from next year’s Y13.
Head Stu­dents:
Sean Den­nis and Bai­ley Philpott
Deputy Head students:
Ronni Arrow­smith and Josh Palmer
Con­grat­u­la­tions to these stu­dents and to all for their remark­able and pro­fes­sional inter­views and presentations.
We will share names of the Exec­u­tive House Cap­tains with you shortly, once all can­di­dates have been interviewed.
All stu­dents inter­view­ing for these posi­tions and Senior Pre­fect posi­tions have hugely impressed us with their pro­fes­sion­al­ism, prepa­ra­tion, artic­u­la­tion and com­mu­nity mind­ed­ness and they have some excit­ing ideas and projects planned. They will be rep­re­sent­ing the stu­dent body and sup­port­ing our school com­mu­nity in mov­ing for­ward and in our ambi­tion at KES to all be:
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RSC Asso­ciate Schools Vir­tual Play­mak­ing Festival

The RSC Vir­tual Play­mak­ing Fes­ti­val, 2021, is here at last! We hope you enjoy watch­ing this 3 minute video com­pi­la­tion of the “More Strange Than True” theme for this year’s fes­ti­val. It fea­tures snip­pets of per­for­mance from our Kent Clus­ters (King Ethel­bert Asso­ciate Schools and Can­ter­bury Acad­emy Asso­ciate Schools.) Please see below for the link to watch:
Our per­sonal con­grat­u­la­tions go to our King Ethel­bert School Year 9 par­tic­i­pants in the clos­ing scenes of Timon of Athens. A longer edit of the King Ethel­bert group will fol­low later:
Year 9 performers:
Niahm Newman-​Oke, Katie Har­vey, Felix Reed, Isla Har­vey, Emily Beal, Kacie Zan­netti and Lilly Freed­man. Well done!
(Mrs. O’Shea and Mr. Harris)

IB Results Day 2021

King Ethel­bert School are cel­e­brat­ing another year of fan­tas­tic Year 13 results!

Vicky Willis, Head­teacher said “We are thrilled with the fan­tas­tic IB results from our Y13 stu­dents. 95% passed
and 13% were at the very high­est grades of 7 and 6. Stu­dents have worked through chal­leng­ing and chang­ing
cir­cum­stances this year. They are a ter­rific bunch of young peo­ple who have shown immense char­ac­ter,
espe­cially in the last few months, and we are really proud of them. Today stu­dents have received their IB Diploma
results and their Reflec­tive Project grades and they will receive their BTEC results for the applied career related
com­po­nents of their IBCP course in August. 20% are antic­i­pated to have secured over 200 UCAS points. Once
again we have seen how the IBCP pro­gramme sup­ports our young peo­ple in really find­ing their pas­sions and
devel­op­ing their wider skills along­side rig­or­ous, aca­d­e­mic stud­ies. Our stu­dents are off to a wide range of excit­ing
and chal­leng­ing next steps.”

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Y12 Work Expe­ri­ence 28th & 29th June 2021

Well done to our Y12 stu­dents for fully engag­ing in an array of work related work­shops and challenges.

This rangedplaceholder 150x150px from ‘CV — Employer’s View’ to use of the vir­tual Careers and Work Expe­ri­ence plat­form, devel­op­ing inter­view tech­niques which included one-​to-​one inter­views with employ­ers, team build­ing activ­i­ties and much, much more.


We also have been offered an amaz­ing oppor­tu­nity with ‘Tal­ent Tap’, an organ­i­sa­tion based in Lon­don that pro­vides men­tor­ing, work expe­ri­ence and access to many con­tacts that could be future employ­ers!!! For more infor­ma­tion click on this link https://​www​.thetal​ent​tap​.com/

Year 6 Tran­si­tion — Sep­tem­ber 2021 starters

Wel­come to the Year 6 Tran­si­tion page. At the bot­tom of this page, you’ll find lots of doc­u­ments you can down­load with var­i­ous infor­ma­tion about school.

To see our spe­cial online site, set up just for your tran­si­tion, please click the link below:

https://​sites​.google​.com/​k​i​n​g​e​t​h​e​l​b​e​r​t​.​k​e​n​t​.​s​c​h​.​u​k​/​y​e​a​r​7​t​r​a​n​s​i​t​i​o​n​/​h​o​m​e

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