***Fashion Show***

Please join us on Friday 24th March at 7.00pm in the Main Hall

See, try and buy all the latest high street fashions at heavily discounted prices.  All proceeds go towards our Uganda Project.

Modelled by our very own teachers!!!

Tickets £5 available from School Reception, or via email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Library News

Launch of the Carnegie Medal Book Award

 

A very special Carnegie guru came into school on Tuesday, 17th March to officially launch the Carnegie Medal Book Award for 2015. Mr Cryer spent time working with two groups in the morning followed by a very exciting bookish lunchtime session revealing the CBA shortlist for 2015, now in its ninth yea...

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Book Week 2015

A wealth of events and activities took place last week in school as students celebrated their annual book week; launch of the Readathon, now in its ninth year, distribution of book tokens, House Quest for Year 7 and 8, a creative bookmark making session with Miss Pook, author visit with Tom Palmer, a...

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National Storytelling Week

Pupils at QEGS were delighted to be a part of National Storytelling Week and celebrated in the Library with a wealth of stories and tales.

Our Telling Tales group shared scary tales, Mrs Verner read The Viper, Mr Hargreaves, wore a flat cap for his reading and Mrs Foxley added her own original touch to her delightful story which included delicate bones, frogs, lashing reeds and Little Duke.

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Carnegie winner

 The Bunker Diary written by Kevin Brooks wins the Carnegie Medal for 2014.

On Tuesday 24th June our Carnegie group joined in with the CILIP Carnegie Children's Book Award celebrations for 2014. Mrs Dewhurst, Head of Library commented "After a busy 12 weeks of reading all of the shortlisted Carnegie titles it was time to discover which book had won the prestigious book award...

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