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King Ethelbert School

King Elthebert School
Canterbury Rd Birchington CT7 9BL, United Kingdom 01843 831999
Type Academy
Head teacher Kate Greig
Executive headteacher Paul Luxmoore

King Elthebert School is a secondary school with academy status located in Birchington-on-Sea, Kent, England. The Executive Headteacher is Mr Luxmoore. The Headteacher is Ms Greig.


The school was one of the last to benefit from the Building Schools for the Future programme. The schools is split into six buildings. The school also benefits from a suite of Apple computers. A Sixth Form block opened recently.


The school has five faculties. These are:

  • Commercial:
    • Business Enterprise
    • Careers
    • Maths
    • Vocational Education
  • Communication:
    • Drama
    • English
    • ICT
    • Media Studies
    • Modern Languages
  • Design:
    • Art
    • Food
    • Music
    • Technology
  • Discovery:
    • Citizenship
    • Geography
    • History
    • Religious Studies
    • Science
  • Well-Being:
    • AEN
    • Dance
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • PE
    • PSHE

Senior Leadership Team

The school leadership team comprises an Executive Headteacher, Headteacher and three Deputy Headteachers.

Executive Headteacher: Mr Luxmoore

Headteacher: Mrs Greig

Deputy Headteachers: Mr Sellen, Miss Pasola, Miss Weatherhogg

External links

  • Official site
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