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!



Latest News

Year 8 Make Music In Manchester!

On 8 June, Manchester University PGCE Course Leader, William Evans hosted a Creative Composing Day with his newly qualified music teachers.

Forty Year 8 pupils participated in three workshops held at the state-of-the-art Music Department in the Brooks Building.  Pupils were given the opportunity to perform Indonesian Gamelan Music and design their own Shadow Puppet shows, learn how to play electronic instruments using Jam-Hubs and creat...

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Sports Results for Week Beginning 5 June


Unfortunately, all matches against Bury Grammar School were cancelled.

LSCA Cup: The U12's match against Pendle View High School  resulted in 36 all out for Pendle View (Connie Clarke 3 for 4), QEGS 37 for 2 : QEGS won by 8 wickets.

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On 18th May, Year 8 students accompanied by the Geography Department and Year 8 form tutors travelled to Ingleton to see the erosive power of water in action along the Ingleton Falls walk.

Students walked four miles visiting the famous Thornton Force, discovering how the landscape was formed and enjoying fantastic sunshine along the way!

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Year 10 Geographers Examine The Effects of Tourism In The Lake District

As part of their preparation for GCSE examinations, Year 10 Geographers travelled to the Lake District National Park on 25 April to investigate how the negative effects of tourism were being managed.

All students measured footpath erosion along the trail to Easedale Tarn and got to see real examples of glaciated landscapes as we scrambled over a rôche moutonnée, walked up a hanging valley and had lunch in a windswept corrie beside a tarn!

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New Children's Laureate Announced


At lunchtime on Wednesday 7 June, a group of pupils from Year 8 eagerly awaited the news of the new Children's Laureate for 2017-2019.  It was a quick dash of lunch, followed by a visit to the Library to discover which author had been chosen - and of course making time for a chat about the winning a...

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