The Human Rights Group are collecting for the West End Refugee Service (WERS) to provide destitute refugees with warm clothing as the weather turns colder. If you have any warm clothes and winter shoes that are in good condition and are clean, please could you tie them securely in a plastic bag and give them to your daughter or son
Our Autumn Concert is taking place on Monday 12 November (7pm): a fantastic night featuring a wide range of our school choirs and bands. All welcome! See the poster for more details.
For parents/carers interested in 2019 entry, our Sixth Form Open Evening will be held on Tuesday 13 November 2018, 4.45 – 7.30 pm (attendance at the whole event is advised) This event is for both Year 11 QEHS students and parents and for those thinking of joining us in the Sixth Form from another school. Potential new students and parents
Thank you to those who attended our Year 11 Study Support Session on Tuesday 16 October 2018. The PowerPoint presentations from the evening are available to download below. Foundation Maths and Combined Trilogy Science Higher Maths and Triple Science English and English Literature The dates of the Year 11 Mock Exam weeks are: Mock Exam Week 1: Monday 5 November
The Sixth Form Bulletin contains notices for Sixth Form students and information on university/college events, enrichment opportunities, and apprenticeships and employment vacancies. The latest edition is out now on the Sixth Form Bulletin page.
QEHS are working together with West Northumberland Food Bank to help combat the growing problem of food poverty. West Northumberland Food Bank are a network of local volunteers and organisations who collect tinned and dried food that has been donated by local people. The collected food is then distributed to people who are in food poverty within Hexham and local
Due to unforeseen circumstances all dancing classes have been postponed until further notice. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Year 13 students and staff at Queen Elizabeth High School in Hexham are celebrating matching the school’s best ever set of A Level results. An amazing 41% of all entries were graded A*/A (or equivalent) and 71% of students were graded A*-B. We are also equally delighted with our vocational results, which were strong again this year with students (on