Whole School Reads – The Happiest Man on Earth

Students in Y9 and 10 are reading our whole school reads each Thursday in form time and many of our staff are also reading the three books: ‘Happiest Man on Earth’, ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ and ‘Show Us Who You Are’.Mr Seaton is reading ‘The Happiest Man on Earth’ and shares these wise words from Eddie Jaku.

Sixth Form Open Evening

On Thursday 16 November we will be hosting a Sixth Form Open Evening for current year 11 QEHS students and parents/carers, and those considering joining us from another school. We are proud to be one of the top sixth forms in the North of England, outperforming most schools and colleges throughout the region. We provide outstanding support, advice, and guidance

Career and Theatre Trip for A-Level Drama Students

Our Year 12 Drama students have had an exciting trip this week to our local Arts Centre – The Queen’s Hall. There, they got to meet and interview professionals in the industry from the Queen’s Hall technician – Stuart Hanrahan, to the main actress of the show, Danyah Miller.  They found out all about the roles and responsibilities as well

Author Visit – Brian Conaghan

Author Brian Conaghan will be visiting QEHS to talk to Y12 and Y13 on Thursday 9th November. Brian’s presentation to students will touch on themes of not being defined by the place we grow up in, why writing is an important expression of feelings and the bigger themes of his latest book: ‘Treacle Town’. The book is available to buy on School

Sixth Form – Centre For Life Trip

A group of sixth form Biology students attended the ‘Matters of Conception’ conference at the Centre for Life.They used ultrasound machines to scan models of babies and used virtual reality headsets to look at the human reproductive system before taking part in a Q and A discussion with fertility consultants. A really insightful day out!

UKMT Senior Maths Challenge

The further mathematicians in Years 12 and 13 took part in the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge on the 3rd of October and there were some great results.Most of the students gained a Gold, Silver or Bronze award and the highest achievers are invited to take part in further assessments.Alice D and Anna-Maria K in Year 13 and Tom C and