This takes place on Saturday 18th November.  If you have a child currently in Year 6 and have applied to the Local Authority for a place at QEGS for September 2018, your child needs to sit this assessment.  You will have received notification of the allotted date and time to bring your child into school, providing you have also completed the QEGS online application form - as per the Local Authority School Admissions booklet.

Please ring 01254 686300 if you need any further information.

General News

Year 12 Economists Consider Investment Banking Career Choices

On 9th March the year 12 Economists went to Stonyhurst for a talk from the MD of International Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs, Stephen Withnell. 

Our pupils got a great insight into what the day to day life of an investment banker is like, as well as getting the opportunity to grill him on the path he took to get to his current position and insider tips on beneficial university courses and internships. 

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Fundraising Request

Ex QEGS English Teacher Yvette Kershaw, currently working in Reading on a child safeguarding board, has asked us to support her in her fund-raising attempt.

Her friend’s three year old son Reuben has cancer and he needs treatment overseas which will cost his parents around £250,000.

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Stuart Robinson : An Inspirational Visitor

On Friday 17 March we were delighted to welcome Stuart Robinson into school.

Stuart was an RAF Commander from 1999 to 2013, having served all over the world.   His final deployment was to Afghanistan, where he was involved in an IED explosion, suffering massive and multiple injuries to all parts of his body, losing his left leg above the knee and electing to have his right l...

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Year 12 Physicists Attend The Medical Physics Open Evening At Christie's

On Wednesday 15th March, the majority of our Year 12 physicists attended the Medical Physics Open Evening at the Christie Hospital, Manchester where they were treated to a number of seminars, demonstrations and lectures.

Our first presentation was about proton therapy, the first centre for which in the UK is currently being built at the Christie.  The inspirational talk not only told how the therapy is useful, but also the many roles current students may be able to take there in the future.

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