Tuesday, 12 March 2013 09:50

Stunning Production of Oliver

Last week over sixty students and staff at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School Penrith staged an impressive production of Lionel Bart’s musical ‘Oliver!.  Played in traverse style with the audience seated on two sides of a long narrow stage, at times it was like watching a tennis match as in successive…
Tuesday, 12 March 2013 09:48

Lions peace poster competition

Thirty-five year 7 students at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School sharpened their pens and pencils and got out their paint brushes when the local Lions club invited them to submit a piece of art work for a peace poster competition. The theme for this year’s competition was “Imagine peace”, sparking competition…
An exciting new club is keeping Queen Elizabeth Grammar School students busy at lunchtimes when they can engage with multiple aspects of the world of electronics and robotics: from soldering simple components onto a circuit board to writing programs to control a small microprocessor. Chris Brown, from Y12, is shown…
Thursday, 21 February 2013 17:05

Cross-Country Competition

Thank you to all 30 secondary schools and the 348 star runners who entered the Year 7 Cumbria Schools Athletic Association Inter –School Cross Country competition at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School on Friday 19th October.  Schools entered were Appleby, Austin Friars, Caldew, Cartmel, Casterton, Cockermouth, Dowdales, Furness Academy, Keswick, Kirkbie…
Thursday, 21 February 2013 16:57

Visit to National Museum of Costume

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School students recently visited the National Museum of Costume at New Abbey near Dumfries as part of their AS-level studies. The curator had left out a table of unusual items dating from 1830 which the year 12 students were able to handle, draw and photograph. Dana Wilson…
Thursday, 21 February 2013 16:53

Visit by renowned poets

October is National Poetry Month and, to celebrate, two poets were invited into Queen Elizabeth Grammar School for the day.  Contemporary poet, Andrew Forster, who is also Literature Officer at the Wordsworth Trust, talked to a group of Y11 and Y12 students about how he got started in writing. He…
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