QEGS Christmas Concert - Friday 8th December. Start time 7.30pm.

The choir and jazz band will be performing along with the Lancashire Schools Jazz Orchestras.

Tickets are bought on the door. Prices are £5 for adults and £3 for concessions, this includes a mince pie and tea/coffee. 

This will be a wonderful night of music so please come and support!

Infant & Junior News

Picture Someone Special....

The children in the Infant School recently entered the John Lewis  ‘Picture Someone Special’ competition.   The task was to draw the face of someone special to them and write a sentence about why they were so special.

All the entries were sent off to John Lewis and last week we received a telephone call with the exciting news that Hana Butt from Year 1 had won one of the prizes.  

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Easter At The Junior School

Easter was celebrated in many different ways at the end of last term.  Firstly, Mrs O’Donoghue led an assembly explaining the Easter story and its origins; she went on to describe the customs that take place at this time around the world. During the latter half of the day, the pupils took part in ...

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Extending The Bench of Friendship


At the start of the Trinity Term, Mr Case (Paul Case Furniture) and his skilled craftsmen created this bespoke item for us.  

Throughout the design process, we were keen to install a piece of furniture that was original, long-lasting and used high quality materials.  We have high standards at QEGS and wanted to avoid the benches that you commonly see in schools that start to look tatty quite quickly.

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Year 3 Trip To The Manchester Museum of Science & Industry

This term, Year 3 visited the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry for a jam-packed day of fun!


During lesson time, the pupils have been studying the topics of forces and light. To really bring this unit to life and enhance their understanding, they were given the opportunity to take part in a number of hands-on workshops; these included exploring the ‘Wonders of Light’ and further examinin...

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