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.
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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.
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.
Former QE student, Sam Ola has continued his business success as Medified, the company he set up following his graduation from QE, has been chosen to be part of Barclays Bank’s Black Founder Accelerator Programme.
Congratulations to QE student Amy B who has been selected to play for the Leeds Rhinos Netball U21's squad for the remainder of the season.
Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate today marked the anniversary of the first lockdown in the UK on Marie Curie’s National Day of Reflection, observing the one minute silence across the Collegiate.
Camp QE will be making its return to Thorpe Underwood Estate, home of Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate, this Easter holidays with two multi-activity day camps – Easter Week and Gameshow Week. Easter Week will run from 29 March to 1 April and Gameshow Week from 6-9 April.
Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate is proud to have been the only independent school in the North of England and one of only three finalists for the ISA Award 2020 for Outstanding Sport (*Large School).
The QE Senior Hockey Team has raised over £500 - £542 to be precise – for national charity Sported. Sported is a UK wide charity promoting fairness and equity for young people through grass roots sport and physical activity.
Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate is proud to announce its highest ever number of offers for Oxford and Cambridge Universities. This year, nine students (6 Cambridge, 3 Oxford) successfully navigated a rigorous and challenging application process to gain offers across a range of subjects.
Students and staff from across QE are using their time in lockdown for some creative virtual fundraising, helping to support and raise money for charities close to their hearts.
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