Important information from QEHS and Northumberland County Council for parents/carers regarding adverse weather conditions is now available.

Please see below for the provisional timetables for exams during the summer 2017 series. Please note that there may be changes and additions to this timetable. Once exam entries have been received from Curriculum Leaders, we will issue students with individual timetables, around March 2017.

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REVISED MESSAGE RE. WINTER CLOTHING, TOILETRIES AND CHRISTMAS CHOCOLATE COLLECTION

If you have any of the following, your donations will help those who have nothing: waterproof jackets, hats, scarves, gloves, men’s shoes, toiletries and sanitary pads. Additionally chocolate of any description to give as a Christmas gift.

Please put your donations in a plastic bag and place in the boxes in the foyer.

Collection will end Friday 9 December 2016.

Big thanks,

QEHS Human Rights Group

Before October Half Term QEHS students and staff were working with the West Northumberland Food Bank to raise donations to help people in food poverty. Congratulations to 9-HMP who won the Inter-Tutor competition for raising the most donations in the school. Both the students and Ms Pringle enjoyed the reward of a breakfast morning last Friday in the Year 9 café. Thank you to all those who have contributed to the food bank this year.

Pastoral Team

The exam timetables for January 2017 exams and also Year 13 mock exams are now available; please see the Exams page for more information.

If students sat GCSEs or A Level exams in summer 2016, the certificates are now ready for collection from the Exams Office. Please call in at break time or lunchtime to collect these important documents; students will need these certificates in the future when applying for higher/further education or jobs. Please ensure they are collected by 31 January 2017.

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This week we are happy to welcome visitors from our partner school, Lycée Flaubert in Rouen, as part of the annual French Exchange. 36 students from Year 10 and Year 12 are hosting their exchange partners for a week in hope of making new friends and developing their understanding of the French language and culture.