We offer a broad and ambitious curriculum that:
This means that students have the opportunity both to discover and pursue their own interests, whilst also developing the skills and resilience to improve on areas of weakness. Our education supports every child and young person to grow as well-rounded and responsible citizens who can fulfil their potential and ability to play a positive role in society.
We base our curriculum around the four strands of academic, intrinsic, enhancement and elective curricula.
Progress 8 is a score that is calculated each year by the Department for Education (DfE), for every school, to summarise the progress that students of that school have made in their GCSEs. It is a type of value-added measure, which compares the results of our students to those of other pupils, of similar ability, nationally.
This year’s progress 8 score for QEHS of 0.33 indicates that students at QEHS make a third of a grade more progress, in every subject, than expected. This is considerably better progress that the progress made by students nationally.
Our Progress 8 figure of 0.33 ranks us:
Please find our curriculum policies here. You can read our full curriculum statement and the curriculum statement of each department, below: