As part of their mathematics lessons and enrichment, students in Year 8 recently took part in the UKMT Junior Mathematics Challenge. This is a national competition that is designed to promote a love of problem solving and is one which we enter our students into annually at the appropriate level for their age.
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Keep up-to-date with all the latest news across Chapter House, King's Magna and Queen Ethelburga's College including sport, co-curricular, creative arts, performing arts, awards, exam results, pastoral and boarding.
Congratulations to QE Cricketer Harry C who was been selected to play for Durham 2nd XI against Yorkshire 2nd XI at Headingley this week. This is a fantastic achievement and testimony to his hard work. Well done Harry!
Students studying on the BTEC Performing Arts programme have taken home three prestigious accolades from the North London Festival of Music Speech and Drama.
Students from Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate (QE) have been celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week by connecting with nature around their beautiful campus nestled in the North Yorkshire countryside. Mental Health Awareness Week is being hosted by the Mental Health Foundation who chose the theme of nature for this year’s awareness week.
Budding spies can join a hub of Secret Agent activity this May Half Term as Camp QE, based at Thorpe Underwood Estate and home of leading Independent School Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate, returns for Spy Week from 1 – 4 June.
In honour of Sir Captain Tom Moore on what would have been his 101st first birthday, the May Bank Holiday weekend saw people up and down the country taking part in their own Captain Tom 100 challenge – and the boarding students at QE were no exception.
In April, we held our annual QE House Dance & Drama Competition. The competition is open to students from Year 6 upwards and very much aims to develop performance skills amidst a friendly competition.
The QE King's Magna Prefect Team for 2021-22 has been announced.
Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate is celebrating after receiving a highly commended accolade in the Arts Category of the Independent Schools Association’s (ISA) Remote Learning Celebration. The celebration was held to recognise teachers who have gone above and beyond since the beginning of the global pandemic.
A young QE student has taken on an inspirational running challenge for 2021. Eight year-old Freja is running her socks off for Racing Welfare.
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