Children from Chapter House - the Early Years, Infants and Juniors at Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate – have shown their support for Independent Domestic Abuse Services (IDAS) this Christmas, wrapping and giving presents for children whose families are involved with the York based charity.
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Queen Ethelburga's Collegiate is celebrating after receiving a Highly Commended Healthy Eating Award by the Independent Schools of the Year Awards 2018, given for 'an innovative healthy eating programme which has had a tangible impact in the school'.
Queen Ethelburga’s College and Faculty have been named first and ninth respectively in the independent secondary schools list for the North of England, by Parent Power - The Sunday Times Schools Guide 2019.
Children and staff at Queen Ethelburga’s school have today donated 117 shoe boxes for the Rotary Shoebox Scheme, ahead of the festive season.
Queen Ethelburga's is celebrating after being shortlisted in two categories for the prestigious Independent Schools of the Year Awards 2018.
There was great excitement this week in the Year 2 and 3 games lesson when the children had the opportunity to try out the new equipment Chapter House has received, following a successful application for the Premier League Primary Stars Award.
Students and staff at Queen Ethelburga's College and Faculty are celebrating another successful year today, following the publishing of A Level and BTEC examination results nationally.
Students at Queen Ethelburga’s independent school have raised £17,027 this academic year for their 22 chosen charities.
This weekend Queen Ethelburga’s closed out the 2017/18 academic year with one of Yorkshire’s own – Sir Gary Verity – helping to celebrate student successes with staff and parents.
Last week was Cancer Awareness Week at North Yorkshire school Queen Ethelburga's, an annual event aimed at educating students on the disease and highlighting the support available to those affected; further building on the sense of community and support students have across the school.
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