Sometimes students learn as much out of the classroom as in it.
Climbing in the Himalayas, singing in the USA, skiing in the Alps and just enjoying the attractions and landmarks of Bristol – we believe in offering rich and diverse experiences beyond the classroom which complement what we do in school.
Younger boys throw themselves into the annual Activities Week, older ones tackle the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award and the annual Ten Tors Competition.
Holidays invariably see a QEH party abroad: historians to World War I battlefields, linguists to Spain, classicists and philosophers to Italy, geographers to Iceland, biologists to the Galapagos Islands, artists to Barcelona, musicians to Italy or the USA and rugby tourists to Canada or South Africa.
We think of others too through fundraising and social work. Regular non-uniform days and Children in Need collections see large amounts raised: Year 7 boys undertake a sponsored hike each year for charity. Recent projects have seen boys working in practical ways to support the homeless and asylum seekers, putting our school motto, “Whilst we have time, let us do good”, into practice.
TEAMS FINISH IN EVERY TEN TORS
RAISED FOR CHARITIES IN THE LAST 5 YEARS
CHORISTERS IN THE SCHOOL CHOIR
IN NATIONAL CHESS FINALS
DEVELOPMENT OF FAILAND SPORTS GROUND
A*-B AT A-LEVEL
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