Three Year 10 students and one Year 11 student had the fantastic opportunity last week to participate in the Rotary Technology Tournament, held at Argyle House School in Sunderland. The Tournament is an opportunity for students interested in computing, engineering and robotics to compete against other schools in the area to build and make functional models and robots. Mr Jesper
We would like to hear your views on a proposal that would see Hexham Middle School move from its current site to new, state-of-the art buildings, which would be co-located with Queen Elizabeth High School. For full details of the consultation, which will run from 27 March until Friday 10 May 2019, please see the Consultation page. We will also be
QEHS will soon be host to the prestigious Heineken Champions Cup and the European Rugby Challenge Cup as part of the ‘Trophies Tour’ visiting select places in the North East before the Newcastle 2019 Finals on 10–11 May 2019. As part of the Tour, the trophies will visit QEHS on Tuesday 2 April 2019, and students are being given the
Supporting Your Child During Exam Time (Young Minds) As we start to move towards exam season, Young Minds have launched advice for parents/carers about supporting their children. Tips include: Encourage your child to take revision breaks and find a balance between studying and doing things they find enjoyable and relaxing. Make sure they are eating and drinking at regular intervals.
We are thrilled that we managed to raise an overall total of £684.00 for Comic Relief on this year’s Red Nose Day (Friday 15 March 2019)! Many thanks to everyone who donated!
GCSE and GCE Certificates for the Summer Exams 2018 are available for collection; please note we are unable to post certificates home. If you are unable to collect your certificates, you can nominate another person to collect them on your behalf. The person collecting your certificates on your behalf must have a signed letter from yourself containing your name and
A brilliant result for our u15 girls indoor cricket teams recently at the Area Tournament: both our A and B teams were unbeaten until the final, where the A team beat the B team. Both teams have now qualified for the County competition, which is a fantastic achievement; congratulations to all involved!
A brilliant success for Charlie D at the English Schools’ Cross Country Championship at Temple Newsam Park last week! This is Charlie’s second year representing QEHS for the Northumberland Schools Team but this time in the intermediate, under 17 level. He finished in 83rd position overall from the field of 331 runners and was the second fastest team counter from
Year 12 and 13 students were invited to a meeting promoting support for young people and their communities in The Gambia. The group met Michael, KC, Bulu and Motta, four members of Time to Change, during the afternoon of Friday 8 March 2019 to discuss the opportunities that the organisation are offering. Setting up sports clubs and dance troupes were
We have had the brilliant BBC Bitesize tour in this week to present to our Year 9 and Year 10 students. The assemblies focused on careers in the creative industries, but also on key skills such as resilience and team working. It was great to hear about the diverse range of careers at the BBC, the emerging creative media industry