The Trustees of Hadrian Learning Trust have agreed to consult on a proposal to change the admission arrangements for Queen Elizabeth High School and Hexham Middle School from September 2023. For full details and a link to respond to the consultation, please see the letter and proposed admissions policy here (PDF).
GCSEPod have free webinars for parents/carers, lasting one hour, to demonstrate how GCSEPod can support your child (in any year group) and how you can build independent learning skills in your son/daughter. See flyer below! There are multiple dates and you can register at: https://www.gcsepod.com/podup-presents-parent-webinars/ (External URL)
Thank you to our Human Rights Group, who raised £211.08 for Amnesty UK with their cake sale on December 10th (International Human Rights Day).
Our Year 9 Virtual Guidance Evening is now live! Click here to view. This can also be found under our ‘Years 9-11’ dropdown menu. This page includes: a presentation to parents/carers by Miss Platts, Assistant Headteacher, including a curriculum overview today’s assembly to Year 9 from Miss Platts our full Year 9 Guidance Booklet, which includes details of each KS4
Please see below the information from Northumberland County Council along with contacts for parents in the event of a school closure. We will contact parents by email as well as update the school website and Twitter @QEHSHexham. Severe Weather Information (PDF)
As we draw to the end of the first term we thought we would share with you an online safety magazine. DITTO magazine is written by online safety advisor Alan Mackenzie and is full of online safety advice for parents (contents below). The link here is a direct download (PDF – this is an external URL). We strongly encourage all
The vocational exam timetable for January 2022 has now been released – see below: January 2022 Vocational Exam Timetable (PDF) Please also read the Information for Written Examinations: JCQ Information for Candidates for Written Examinations (PDF) This is also available on our Exam Arrangements page (under the School Life dropdown menu).
Students who are no longer at QEHS can collect their examination certificates from QEHS Reception (front of Hydro Building) between 11am-12pm and 2pm-3pm Monday to Friday. Students in our Sixth Form can collect their certificates from the LRC. Formal certificates are issued after GCE A Levels, GCSE exams and also Vocational Qualifications such as BTEC, Cambridge National or Cambridge Technical
On return in January, we have been asked to test consenting pupils once in school. As I am sure you will appreciate, the logistics of testing a large number of pupils are challenging. We would once again welcome support from volunteers to help run the testing site and enable us to test the pupils as quickly as possible. There are
QEHS has been recognised as an ESU Oracy Affiliate School because of our participation in the ESU Mace Debating competition and partnership work with the English Speaking Union. In January, Sixth Form debaters, Kara Goldsmith and Euan Davis, will participate in the second round of the Mace competition when they will debate whether MPs should receive payment for additional work.