***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.

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Further donation tips the scales!

A further donation by Old Blackburnian David Pickering to Dr Butler's chosen charity Children with Cancer UK has meant that the total raised has now exceeded £5,000.

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Peace Charter

Over fifty pupils from various schools in Blackburn met at QEGS, Blackburn on Friday 30th September to pool ideas in order to produce a Peace Charter for Blackburn with Darwen.

Pupils mixed and shared ideas and the leaders of the event, Jo Siddle from St Thomas’s and Steve Archer from Witton, were delighted with the imagination that the young people showed.  

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The Elizabethan Association (PTA) Michaelmas Ramble: Sunday, 18th September 2016

Many thanks to those families and staff whom were able to attend and support the first Junior and Infant Ramble of the academic year.

The walk around Brockholes Nature Reserve took us just over an hour, and we were blessed with warm weather as we ambled along. The children completed the walk by demolishing some rather delicious looking ice cream from the café at Brockholes. Many thanks to Adam Ashraf (5R) for taking this photograp...

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GCSE results to shout about!

QEGS was delighted to see over a quarter of pupils gaining at least five A*-A in their GCSEs. The % A*-C was 82.2, encouraging considering that a significant proportion of the Year Group joined the school in Year 10, after the change to Free School status.

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A-level congratulations

This year’s cohort – a much larger one than in previous years – gained the results predicted, showing considerable progress over what were disappointing AS results last year.

71% gained A*-C and the pass rate remained high at 98%.

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