Monday 4 January – Additional Teacher Training Day

We have been informed by Northumberland County Council that Monday 4 January 2021 will be an additional teaching training day for schools, which will be confirmed by the Department for Education as applying to all schools nationally. So students will return to their learning from Tuesday 5 January 2021.

Sixth Form Bulletin 18/12/20

The Sixth Form Bulletin contains notices for Sixth Form students and information on university and college events, enrichment opportunities, and apprenticeships and employment vacancies. The latest edition is out now on the Sixth Form Bulletin page.

Year 9 KS4 Options

This week is the start of the options process. However, with many students off school this week they will not receive their options brochure until January. Miss Platts recorded a short assembly which was shown during registration on Wednesday; you can watch the assembly on our Choosing GCSE Options page. You will also find an online copy of the options

West End Refugee Collection Update

Thank you so much to those who donated! As you can see from the photos below there was a great response and this will have a direct impact on the lives of clients who use the service. So a huge thank you from the Human Rights Group to all who helped out.

Christmas Wellbeing

As we enter the Christmas period, in what is a strange, often unsettling year, it is important that students have access to mental health and wellbeing support when not at school. Students have already been made aware of these two resources but we appreciate parents and carers raising awareness too. Have a lovely Christmas! Kooth Kooth is an online

Christmas Wishes from Tashi Lhunpo

Tashi Delek (Greetings)! Up until the recent Covid pandemic, each Easter a group of Sixth Form students from our school visited Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. The group stay in the Tibetan settlement of Bylakuppe and actually live at the monastery. The monastery holds close ties with Queen Elizabeth High school and has done for

Christmas Card Project

Years 9, 10 and 11 have been taking part in a Christmas card project where we spread some Christmas cheer to the residents of Lowgate Care Home in Hexham and Haydon View Care Home in Haydon Bridge by writing Christmas messages in Christmas cards. QEHS students jumped at the chance to get involved when we were approached to see if