In order to raise awareness of the General Election on the 8th June, QEGS will be having its own election on the 6th. Four students will be given three minutes each to promote the views of their political party (Labour, Conservative, Scottish Nationalist and Lib. Dem.) The student body will then ...
On Sunday 21 May, 15 pupils attended the Civic Service at Blackburn Cathedral to celebrate the inauguration of the new Mayor of Blackburn, Colin Rigby.
Pictured are some of the pupils along with Mr Nick Vyse.
We were delighted to receive thanks from John Gibson, Volunteer Sports Events Fundraiser for Leyland Lions and Bamber Bridge FC, for help from Jacob Gibson on Sunday 23 April.
The match was between Hollyoaks and the Colin Hendry Legends, in support of St Catherine's Hospice and Jacob was one of several volunteers on the day.
The summer show this year was hosted by our compere Sebastian Roberts (year 10) and consisted of a kaleidoscope of numbers from our favourite musicals.
The programme included all the different musical ensembles that rehearse regularly at QEGS supported by our dedicated instrumental teachers, our new senior dance troupe, selected soloists and duets.
Rising early on the sunny May bank holiday Monday; pupils, parents, governors and staff met at Holmes Mill in Clitheroe to set up for the QEGS Jazz Band's performance debut.
The programme opened with an energetic rendition of Cee-Lo Green's Forget You, followed by Tico Tico, (sung by Renia Memmory). Joseph Ashworth played the solo for Sax's with Attitude and Lucy Hargreaves provided a fantastic improvisation on the trombone during Soul Bossanova! Zak Bux and Kimlam Nyuge...