PLease remember that school is closed on 9th february for an inset day. term resumes on monday 19th february. 


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Christmas Wishes

Best Wishes from the Old Blackburnians' Association for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. See you in 2018.

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Anne Frank Trust Visits QEGS

The History department organised for the Anne Frank Trust to visit our school to teach pupils about the life of Anne Frank and how it relates to modern day society.

Our Year 9 pupils worked with the Anne Frank Trust for two weeks. Within those two weeks, they were trained as peer guides and toured many different age groups around our exhibition. They were split into two groups of 10, and each pair of tour guides were given a section to learn in detail and then d...

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Baylie Seery's Recent Achievements

Over the weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of December, Baylie Seery raced in her last swimming competition of this year. Having already gained Lancashire County Qualifying Times over the last 11 months, her aim for this competition was ‘race practice’, in order to prepare for the County Championships ...

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Christingle Service

On Tuesday, 11th December, EYFS, KS1 and Year 3 participated in a Christingle service lead by Mr. Hargreaves. The pupils made their own Christingle oranges and gained an understanding of what each part represented.

It was lovely to see all of the glowing Christingles shine in the dark and the pupil’s enthusiasm when singing ‘There’s a Light That’s Shining’. We were delighted that many of our parents came into school to watch the service. 

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Great Expectations, Part One

QEGS once again revelled in a sense of anticipation as ‘Great Expectations, Part One’ came to be performed in the school hall. The first instalment of Mr Ventress’ two-part adaptation of Dickens’ classic novel followed on from his successful production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ in 2015 and s...

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