Welcome to Saint Ethelbert’s Catholic Primary School’s Website
…89 Years of Excellent Catholic Education!
“I serve Jesus with my body, heart, mind and soul.” Serviam means ‘I serve’. Jesus Christ has taught us, ‘it is more blessed to serve than to be served’. At St Ethelbert’s school, following our Catholic faith, we serve the whole person – mind, heart, body and soul. Body – because we care for our wellbeing, our parish neighbourhood and our environment. Heart – because we teach love and respect for all. Mind – because we believe in excellent education. Soul – because we learn to pray and become closer to God as his children.
Easter Hat Competition Winners
Year R End Of Term Awards
Year 1 End Of Term Awards
Year 2 End Of Term Awards
Year 3 End Of Term Awards
Year 4 End Of Term Awards
Year 5 End Of Term Awards
Year 6 End Of Term Awards
St Ethelbert's Friends Team
Friday is fish 'n' chip day!
PTFA / PARISH Evalina Childrens Ward Wine & Wisdom Winners
Mr Bishop conducting at The Thanet Music Festival - our choir are in red at the very back on the right
Friends Tea Party
Bach To The future Music assembly
Well done to Maja, Ruby, William and Lyam for coming second in the Year 5 Science and Engineering Challenge. The children won £10 voucher each and £100 for the school Science curriculum.
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Safeguarding CHILD PROTECTION AND PREVENT
We have robust systems in place for safeguarding children and take any concerns parents and carers, or children or school staff, may have, very seriously. Our aim is to work closely with parents and carers if a concern arises, however parents/carers must be aware that if this concern indicates a child may be at risk of significant harm, the school has a duty to contact Social Care immediately. The Designated Lead for Safeguarding is John Letts (Headteacher), Ann-Marie Butchard-Thursten (Deputy Headteacher) and Stephen Kelly (Governor).
Throughout their time at school, your child may have worries and concerns. Importantly, we will ensure that your child knows who they can speak to in school to receive any necessary support and action. Likewise, if you, as a parent or carer have any concerns or are aware of changes in family circumstances which may affect your child, please do talk to your child’s class teacher in the first instance. All staff have been trained in child protection and prevent radicalisation procedures
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