YDT Showcase 2015

21 May 2015 QEHS Theatre 7pm

All proceeds will contribute to the cost of YDT attending U Dance Plymouth in July. Featuring work from Sixth Form BTEC Dance, Yr 11 GCSE Dance & Youth Dance Tynedale.

Tickets can be purchased from the lower school reception.
Minimum donation of £3.00 per person.

Higher Education Evening for Parents – Tuesday 28 April 2015

Thank you to all parents who attended this event and we hope you enjoyed the evening and found it informative. Links to the presentations given by John Hill, Rebecca Ruddick and Michelle van Den Berg are available below and in the Sixth Form Section.

Reminder of Progression Timeline Key Dates

28 April Higher Education Advice Evening
11 May AS level Exams Begin – Exam leave from half-term
10 June Next Step Conference – Students return to school from exam leave (Year 13 begins)
Week Commencing
22 June
Wednesday 24 June and Thursday 25 June Progression Days (and EPQ)
26 June University Visits (Newcastle and Northumbria) and Fast Track Day
7 July Fast Track and EPQ day
2 Sept Year 13 students meet with teachers and predicted grades finalised
14 Sept UCAS paragraphs completed and applications can be completed
Sept/Oct Referees support applications
Deadlines 15 Oct: Oxbridge/Medicine/Dentistry/Vet
23 Oct: QEHS Deadline
Labour Party Colour Labour Party Colour Labour Party Colour Labour Party Colour Labour Party Colour

Congratulations to David Fava (Labour) who has won the QEHS General Election. Over recent weeks we have held a parliamentary election debate (broadcast by BBC Radio Newcastle) and four of our sixth form students have been passionately campaigning on behalf of the main political parties. Well done to all of the candidates who have done a fantastic job of raising awareness of the key issues. Be heard: vote on Thursday.

David Fava (Labour): 97 votes
Erin Stanbury (Green): 32 votes
Rowan Pughe (Lib Dems): 31 votes
Duncan Saunders (Conservative): 28 votes
Spoilt ballots : 4

Nepal Earthquake Appeal

A massive thank you to all of the staff, students and parents who donated to the Nepal Earthquake Appeal on Friday. Together we raised £1,650 which will be match funded by the government to give a total of £3,300. This will be put to good use helping the huge numbers of people affected by this disaster.

More information about the appeal can be found on The Red Cross Website

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