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Winning at Rugby 7s

As well as being Head of Religion and Philosophy, Zak leads our digital vision. He was instrumental in developing our excellent online learning offering during lockdown, much to the relief of our parents, and is now leading the roll out of our school device programme.

Winning at Rugby 7s

As well as being Head of Religion and Philosophy, Zak leads our digital vision. He was instrumental in developing our excellent online learning offering during lockdown, much to the relief of our parents, and is now leading the roll out of our school device programme.

The U15s arrived at the Colston’s 7s Tournament ready for a day of highly competitive Rugby, featuring many of the strongest schools in Bristol.

The conditions were perfect and encouraged fast-paced and attractive rugby throughout the competition. QEH began their campaign with a strong win over Clifton High and an even more comprehensive win over Clevedon. They backed this up with two more wins over BGS and a very strong Castle A team, finishing top of their pool and qualifying for the final of the overall cup.

Here they met the pre-tournament favourites, Clifton College, a side that had averaged over 5 tries per game in their pool. The QEH team brought a level of intensity that stifled Clifton’s play, forcing numerous turnovers and opportunities. They limited Clifton to only one try in the game and managed to create many opportunities for themselves, scoring twice, and deservedly winning the final 12-7, and with it, the overall competition.

In other 7s success, the 1st VII beat BGS in the final to win the Plate at the Colston’s Tournament and the U16s were third in their group at the Wycliffe 7s.

The U13s won the Plate at The Downs School Tournament with wins over Llandaff, Beaudesert, The Downs and Prior Park. They also finished runners up to Clifton College in the Bristol Schools 7s, with wins over Colston’s, BGS, Clifton High and Redland Green.

U12s did well in their first 7s season and finished in 3rd place with wins over The Downs, Mount Kelly and Clifton College.

Well done, boys!

Ollie is a QEH 'lifer', as he joined QEH Juniors in Year 3, eleven years ago.  It's been great to watch his development through the years, both on and off the pitch.

Thank you Friends of QEH!

Ollie is a QEH 'lifer', as he joined QEH Juniors in Year 3, eleven years ago.  It's been great to watch his development through the years, both on and off the pitch.

Ollie signs for the Bears!

As well as being Head of Religion and Philosophy, Zak leads our digital vision. He was instrumental in developing our excellent online learning offering during lockdown, much to the relief of our parents, and is now leading the roll out of our school device programme.

Induction day, but not as we know it!

This week, Year 6 boys and their teachers headed off to Exmoor for their last QE Award trip of the year and of the Junior School.  QE Camp is the final part of their two year outdoor pursuit programme and is the culmination of the skills they have learned and journey they have been on.

Exmoor at last

We just wanted to write and say how genuinely delighted we are having moved our son to QEH. We have been so impressed by everything he has done and how everyone has been so interested and kind - all boys and teachers! It’s hard to describe to people what we like about it so much but in comparison to other schools it just has that something extra - almost like a sparkle! It’s a shame we can’t send our daughter just yet!
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