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Year 1 and Year 5 enjoyed some buddy reading time. Our older children enjoy reading to their buddies and sharing their love of reading. Books really do take you on a magical adventure and when a story is shared it becomes even more magical 🌟

Congratulations to everyone who entered The Faversham Literacy Festival this year. James, Year 4 received second place, with his short story Bob the Naughty Polar Bear. Alfie (Year 4) and Arthur (Year 4) receiving highly commended. There will be a presentation at the Guildhall on Saturday 17th February. James’ story will be read by the children’s author Penny Chrimes. 

Our Year R children have loved learning phonics.

Look how many books Year 1 have read in Term1!

For the second year running we have won the Swale Library Summer Reading Challenge. Congratulations to every who took part and we hope you read some anazing books.

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Faversham Library Summer Reading Challenge. Ethelbert Road won last year, so get reading!

The Highwayman drama workshop

Congratulations to our children who gain first place, second place and commended awards at the Faversham Literary Festival. Stanley's winning entry was read by the author Jack Meggitt-Phillips who was blown away by the quality of his writing. The organiser was so complimentary about our children's writing. She read extracts from their poems and stories to the delight of our children! Parents were so proud! A lovely ceremony and so nice to see our children shine!


Year 6 supporting Year 1 with writing

Book Corners and English Displays

War of the Worlds Year 6

The Great Fire of London Year 1

Phonics and Vocabulary

Thank you #favershamliteraryfestival . Our children entered a short story competition and the winner won £100s worth of books for our school library.

World Book Day 2022

Faversham Literary Festival Creative Writing Competition 2022

What a wonderful ceremony at the Guildhall, on 12th February, to celebrate the achievements of our amazing Ethelbert writers! The children were delighted to receive awards for their poetry and stories! Many thanks to the organisers of The Faversham Literary Festival for providing a great opportunity to showcase the talents of our young writers.

The Newsroom - learning to be a journalist.

Poetry and Rhythm Workshop in Year R

Celebrating Stories from Different Cultures

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Kent Literacy Award 2020 Reading Ambassador Scheme

Kent Literacy Award 2019 Best Library

Poetry Awards

Marlowe Theatre’s Annual Supporters Dinner Performance