The next Sixth Form Open Evening will be held on Tuesday 26 September between 5.30pm and 9pm 

Main School Open Day will be held on Saturday 7 October between 9.30am and 1.30pm

There is no need to book a place - just arrive on the day and allow enough time to look around!

 

 

General News

Breaking News ... The Economics Club is Born

The Economics Club is new to QEGS this term and is a pupil-led venture which explores the economics behind a wide range of events and scenarios. 

Each week, pupils will give a presentation on a topic of their choosing and the group discusses and debates any potential implications.  Our first presentation was from Daniel Smith, Oliver Cass and Shuayb Ahmed on ‘The Economics behind the colonisation of Mars’ which was extremely well-research...

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Blackburn with Darwen Dance Festival 2017

                   

18 QEGS girls performed magnificently at King George’s Hall at the Blackburn with Darwen Dance Festival.

This year we picked a musical theatre “mash up” from the musical “Matilda”.  

The girls have been rehearsing once a week under the guidance of Claire Hardy, a qualified dance teacher and choreographer who trained at SLP in Leeds after completing her A Levels here at QEGS.

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Third Place In The UK Maths Challenge!

On Friday 3rd March, a team of Year 8 and Year 9 students achieved a podium finish by finishing third out of 25 teams at the regional heat of the UK Mathematics Trust Team Challenge. 

Zakariya Bux and Hasan Musa from Year 9, along with Aahil Jouher and Reilly Morphet from Year 8 performed extremely well on the day to finish above notable local schools such as Stonyhurst, Lancaster Grammar School for Boys and Westholme, finishing only behind winners Clitheroe Grammar School and sec...

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Year 8 Pancake Sale Raises £100 For Charity!

8RMT organised a Pancake sale on Shrove Tuesday to raise money for the Todonyang Mission in Northern Kenya – a charity with which Mrs Tattersall (Head of Modern Foreign Languages) has a long-standing connection. 

In this war-torn region which frequently suffers drought, our aid helps fund places in the school for children from the warring Turkana and Dassenech tribes in northern Kenya and neighbouring Ethiopa. 

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Sixth Formers Enjoy A Spanish Cultural Evening in Manchester

On the last day before half term, Mrs Tattersall and Mrs Lapinskas took current and aspiring 6th Form Spanish students for a cultural evening in Manchester.  Having negotiated the Manchester rush hour traffic, our first destination was La Evuna – a Spanish restaurant – where we were able to samp...

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