The high school are delighted to once again be listed as one of the top schools in the north east. This year we have moved back to 2nd place and are still the highest placed school in Northumberland. Two thirds of our A Level results were A*-B in 2023. We are also pleased to have moved up 20 places to 239
Sixth form students attended the A Level politics conference in Westminster Methodist Hall, London. They heard from Chris Bryant, Ed Davies, Emily Thornberry, Jess Philips, Jeremy Corbyn, Jacob Rees-Mogg and others. The students listened to some challenging and stimulating debates on poverty and asylum. The event was followed by a quick bite to eat in the Hard Rock Cafe and
Psychology students have been studying the function of neurons and synaptic transmissions in year 13 psychology. Learning is fun!
QEHS did the North East proud at the English Schools’ AA Cross Country Cup Final at the weekend. Two teams (Inter Boys (years 9 and 10) and Senior Girls (years 11-13)) set off for the long journey south on Friday afternoon, their performances at the regional round in Middlesbrough last month having qualified them for the final of this prestigious
The QEHS PTFA is planning a Pop Up Shop to sell pre-loved prom outfits, including dresses, suits, shoes and accessories. If you have any formal wear or accessories that you would like to donate or sell then please see details in the flyer below.For any enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.orgTo Sell – please complete this form: https://forms.gle/mHjgAWgsXiGSJyE78
Christmas countdown is on here at school! Arlo has his Christmas jumper on and enjoyed his advent calendar gifted by a student!
Y13 sociology students attended a fascinating webinar on global development and sociology. The lecture was delivered by Dr Shannon Philip author of ‘Becoming Young Men in a New India’
On Tuesday afternoon a group of Year 9 students travelled to Manchester. First stop was a visit to the National Football Museum, with four galleries to explore, interactive games and an opportunity for photos with the Premier League and Women’s Super League trophies.We then headed to the Etihad Stadium to experience Manchester City v RB Leipzig in the Champions League.
The Year 12 Fine artists are creating sustained observational skull drawings from life. They have really enjoyed the challenge and have produced some fantastic work! They are now experimenting with innovative techniques to develop the initial studies further.
Six Year 12 students and one Year 13 student visited Gormley’s Studio and Foundry for a local guided tour! A fantastic research opportunity right on our doorstep!!! Thank you for having us.