FAIR BANDING ASSESSMENT

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.

Latest News

OBA Annual Dinner 2017 - Tickets Now Available

Tickets are now available for this year's Annual Dinner which will be in Big School on Saturday 16th December.  Once again, ticket prices remain at a very tempting £30.00 per head (£15.00 for 2017 leavers and £25.00 for members who left between 2013 and 2016).  This is an exceptionally popular e...

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GCSE Results Day successes

Today we celebrate many successes.

   

Due to the new more rigorous examination in English and Maths it is not appropriate to compare this year’s results with previous academic years but some most notable achievements were:• A*-C % was over 85% in Art, Biology, Chemistry, Latin, Music, Physics, Religious Studies, and Statistics with m...

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Good reason to celebrate

Students and staff at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School were celebrating this morning as students collected their A-level results.

Results have increased significantly this year and this is a substantial achievement given the increased difficulty in several reformed A-level subjects. In particular percentage of students achieving A* and A grades increased by 5%, an achievement of which our students and staff thoroughly deserve d...

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Year 6 Adventure Holiday: Robinwood

 

On Monday, 15th May, forty very excited Year 6 children set off for three action-packed days at Robinwood in Todmorden.  This was to be a fitting reward after a hard year working towards the SATs.

We arrived at Robinwood in drizzle and indeed the forecast was for it to rain throughout our visit.  Nevertheless, the children's spirits were in no way dampened as they walked the final mile to the centre.

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Journey's End Review

The Singleton House common room has become the summer home of QEGS drama in recent years and on June 29th and 30th the venue was utterly transformed into the dugout officers’ quarters in the trenches of World War One for Mr Ben Ventress’s exceptional production of R.C. Sherriff’s ‘Journey’s...

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