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Paralympic Visitor for QEGS

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School last week received a visit from Paralympic cyclist Rik Waddon. Rik, who won silver at the 2008 Beijing games in the 1km time trial (CP3), and also took silver at the London games in the C1-5 mixed team sprint, spent a day at QEGS talking to…
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North of England Place for James

Year 13 student James Spencer has been selected for the North of England U18 Rugby Squad. James, who plays either full back or stand off was picked for the final squad following a successful trial over Christmas. James is vice captain of QEGS 1st XV, and has also recently been…
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Uganda Club Quiz

The QEGS Uganda Club raised £91.91 through their Christmas Quiz. Students across the school won prizes after they purchased quiz sheets from the fundraising group. Students from Year 7 and 8 helped members of Year 13 to put the Christmas themed quiz together. The money will be used (alongside further…
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A-Level Awards Evening 2014

QEGS held their annual A-Level Awards Evening earlier this week. The event was held at Penrith Methodist Church where several hundred people gathered to recognise the achievements of last year’s leavers. Guests were welcomed by the Chair of Governors, Mrs Gail Gravett, who was followed by Headmaster Chris Kirkup. Mr…
Congratulations to QEGS student Will Ford who has been offered a place in the National Children's Brass Band of Great Britain. Will (Year 8) will join the group in January.
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Headmaster to Retire

Chris Kirkup, Headmaster of Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, this week informed staff, governors, pupils and parents that he will be retiring at the end of this academic year.  In his resignation letter he says: ‘It has been an immense privilege to be able to contribute to the leadership and management…
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