PLease remember that school is closed on 9th february for an inset day. term resumes on monday 19th february. 

 

General News

Year 8 Trip to Jodrell Bank

On Monday 16th October, Year 8 pupils visited the Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire.

They saw the Lovell radio telescope and heard about how it is helping us understand the universe better. They also took part in workshops looking at electromagnetic radiation and Mars rovers.

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Year 9 Creative Day

This was the second of the newly introduced creative days and it was a huge success. The whole of Year 9 was split into three and split across the three subjects in the creative faculty.

In Art pupils explored the work of artists, and developed their own clay sculptures based on cubism. In Design and Technology pupils to learnt to follow a design brief, understand the design process through to manufacturing. The Music Department took a third of the year group to Blackburn Cathedral t...

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National Apprenticeship Show Trip

On Monday 16th October a group of Year 11 students, who have shown an interest in starting an apprenticeship post GCSE, attended the National Apprenticeship Show with Mr Taylor and Miss Sharples at Manchester Central Convention Centre. This was an excellent opportunity for the students to meet and ta...

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Creative Faculty introduce Creative Days into the KS3 Curriculum

In order to celebrate the new faculty structure at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, the Creative Faculty introduced Creative Days into the KS3 curriculum. 

At Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School Art, Music and Design Technology are all compulsory subjects from years 3-9 and optional subjects at both GCSE and A-level. The creative subjects are a highly valued area of our whole school curriculum and we aim to deliver an education that is a broad and exciting...

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Year 12 Annual UCAS Fair at the Etihad Stadium

The Careers department took the whole of Year 12 to the annual UCAS Fair at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester. Mr Taylor, accompanied by Miss Wildman, Miss Ash, Miss Sharples and Miss Jones, took 65 students to research possible degree options from the wide range of Universities, locally and nationally,...

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