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

Emily's In The Grey!

What a fantastic find for Year 1 pupil, Emily Short, who is now the proud owner of an ultra rare GREY nose!

The chance of finding one of these 'Francinose' designs is, we believe, 1 in 900, so this was truly a lucky find for Emily.

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Kiyham Mitchell Receives Head Of Junior Award

Kiyham Mitchell (3S) received the Head of Junior School Award on Friday, 24th February.

“Kiyham has been trying his absolute hardest in all aspects of school.  His polite attitude around school has frequently been noted.  Kiyham has been observed holding doors for others and greeting staff with a bright and breezy ‘Good Morning’ or ‘Good Afternoon’; he even offers to help ca...

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Alfie Thomas Receives Head Of Junior School Award

Alfie Thomas (3T) received the Head of Junior School Award at the end of half-term.

“Alfie is consistently polite to his peers and teachers. He aims high in all that he does, approaching even the toughest challenge with a positive attitude.  He is always kind and friendly. He certainly makes every day at QEGS a sunny one!

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It's Christmas Again!


Children in the Junior School are taking part in the Royal Mail Christmas Stamp Competition to design the official stamps for Christmas 2017.

There are great prizes both for individuals and for the school.

The photo shows work in progress.....Good luck everyone!

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Head of Junior School Award

Harry Wood (form 4O) received the Head of Junior School’s Award last Friday, 3 February.  “He is consistently ‘living the Values’ of QEGS Junior School,” said Miss Rushin.  His teachers report that he is exceptionally polite and helpful.

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