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!



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Water Aid 2017

On Friday 30th June, all Year 7 pupils took part in the QEGS WaterAid Challenge.

The day began with an assembly before pupils went off to complete different activities.  In Maths, pupils considered the amount of water their families used and how this could be reduced.  The English Department ran sessions on poetry while in Science, pupils built water pumps in Physics and purifi...

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Year 8 Careers Day

The whole of Year 8 attended a ‘Meet the Employers’ event put on by the Careers Dept recently.


Sixteen local employers/employment sectors from various industries came in to school - BAE, law, dentistry, civil service, social services, the Health Sector, the Army, electrical apprenticeships, Blackburn Rovers, Pierce Accountants, Age concern, Stonehouse Logic IT, The Cardboard Box Company,  eng...

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Golfing Success In The Lancashire Golf Regional Competition

Our talented golfers played some outstanding golf on Monday 19th June in the Lancashire Regional Competition which took place at the Bolton Old Links course.

Year 8 pupil Ahmad Musa finished 3rd in the nett competition against 40 golfers.  He shot a gross 90 for a nett score of 66 (24 handicap) which was an excellent performance.   He is already playing really good golf and has the potential to improve even more if he keeps practicing.

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More PB's For Baylie!

The weekend of the 27th and 28th May saw the North West Regional Swimming Championships take place at Manchester Aquatics Centre. 

This year Baylie qualified for 5 events and chose to compete in 4, starting with the 200m Butterfly on Saturday. 

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House Singing Competition

Monday, 10th July 2017 was the House Singing Competition in School.  House staff were given a morning to prepare their performances and the pupils showed that they can make rapid progress with tight deadlines!

Miss Berry’s music staff moved between the Houses to offer expert advice and there was choreography and even some enthusiastic staff participation (particularly from Mr Conefrey and Mr Ventress).

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