2023 Exam Results
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Welcome from the Headteacher
A very warm welcome to Queen Elizabeth’s High School. As our crest clearly indicates, we proudly celebrate and promote: Tradition, Achievement, and Opportunity. These core values revolve around ensuring our students are well cared for, academically challenged and afforded access to a broad range of fulfilling and enriching co-curricular activities. As a result, students at QEHS feel safe, flourish within an environment of academic rigour, and develop interests and skills which will go on to serve them well throughout their lives.
On a day-to-day basis we promote these values by applying our QEHS Learner Standards:
- Behaviour for Learning
- Learning to Learn
- Leadership for Learning
More information about our QEHS Learner Standards may be found here.
Without doubt, Queen Elizabeth’s High School is a special place in which to learn and grow. There is a real sense of purpose and a high degree of collegiality amongst students and staff in this school. Consequently, QEHS continues to thrive and blossom as we look to the future with confidence, a true sense of purpose and a determination to succeed at the highest levels.
Our shared vision at QEHS, quite simply, is to offer an outstanding education and to be the destination of choice for academic excellence. This is achieved by providing an environment in which students are academically challenged, well cared for, and are afforded access to a broad range of fulfilling and enriching co-curricular activities.
I hope you will find the content of our website informative, engaging and inspiring in equal measure. I would encourage you to visit the school to see for yourself just how vibrant and purposeful our learning environment really is. Tours conducted by Sixth Form students during the normal operation of a school day demonstrate just how proud we are of the QEHS offer, so please do make an appointment to come and see us in action. I am confident you will not be disappointed.
Mr R M Eastham