QEH General Election


In the inimitable words of Mr Joe Martin, Head of History & Politics at QEH: “QEH has spoken and when QEH speaks the world listens. The only election that matters!”

The school has been gripped by election fever for the past few weeks fuelled by a series of closely contested and fiercely argued leader debates. The advent of compulsory voting across all tutor groups yielded a fascinating result with the one man political tsunami that is James Palmer sweeping the board with younger voters. The Palmer Party is one to watch and now has a rich field of fallen political giants to recruit from following the national poll results on Thursday. Where James Heappey (ex-QEH) has led in Wells perhaps James will follow in 2020.

Leavers' Concert Thurs 7 May

This year's Leaver's Concert has a special twist!

Visiting Author Chris Bradford

Years 8 and 9 are extremely lucky to have Chris Bradford, author of the Young Samurai and BODYGUARD series, visiting at 2.10pm in the Dining Hall on Thursday 30th April. He is renowned for being very entertaining. His new series of books will be available for sale at the event for £5 – and we have sent out letters to parents.

Top Quality QEH Chef

Colin Wood, who heads up QEH catering, has done it again with further top awards!

Juniors' Open Mornings & Assessments

There are a variety of opportunities for boys to visit or enter QEH Junior School.


Friday 9 October 9:30am- 11:30am

No appointment is necessary

Please come to the Junior School in Upper Berkeley Place.

There is parking available in the nearby multi-storey car park situated in Jacob's Wells Road.

City School Celebrates 425 Years

On Friday 27 March at 10:30am the boys of Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital celebrated 425 years since it was founded by John Carr, at our annual Charter Day service at Bristol Cathedral. The service was attended by The Lord Mayor and dignitaries of the City.

425th Celebrations 2015

We are pleased to report the success many exciting events celebrating the 425th anniversary of the granting of the Charter to the School in 1590.


  • 425 - A dramatised history of the school – Wednesday 17 to Friday 19 June at 7.30pm (changed from original date)

The Drama department is staging a special multi-media theatrical production, using material from Mr Steve Ryan’s new book.

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