CHRISTMAS CONCERT

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

Junior School House Football

Before the Easter holidays all the Junior School pupils represented their Houses in the Round Robin Football Competition. The pupils played five games each; with points being collated at the end of each game.  

All the pupils enjoyed playing outside at Lammack despite the pitches being quite muddy. The mud, thankfully, seemed to add to the fun for them.

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Year 5 Trip To Smithills Hall

On Wednesday, 1st March, Year 5 visited Smithills Hall.

The excursion supported last term’s History topic on the Tudors.

The pupils participated in many exciting activities linked to this era. These included recreating life in a Tudor merchant household, investigating Tudor household artefacts and being transformed into a variety of characters from the past.

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QEGS Has Got Talent!

On the afternoon of Thursday, 30th March, QEGS Has Got Talent made a triumphant return to the Junior School!

Sixteen acts were chosen as finalists, having been through a tough selection process. A wide range of talent was showcased including singers, dancers, comedians and even magicians!

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Swimming Gala : Wednesday, 15th March 2017

 

 

82 pupils represented their Houses at the annual Year 5 and 6 Swimming Gala. With every pupil swimming at least twice, they all accumulated points for their own Houses. Each pupil swam in at least one traditional stroke race and then enjoyed the fun of the ‘Seahorse Race’ or the ‘Bits and Piece...

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Junior School World Book Day 2017

On Thursday, 2nd March, everyone in the Junior School had a very exciting day as they took part in World Book Day 2017.  

This year, every year group chose their favourite Roald Dahl book and selected their costume in accordance with this.  All involved had great fun dressing up as their favourite book character (even the teachers!), with the parade of costumes in the morning being a particular highlight of the day.

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