Is Qegs Blackburn a good school?

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School is delighted to share that following an Ofsted inspection in September 2019, the school has been awarded the rating of ‘Good’. In addition, the school has been judged as ‘Outstanding’ in two areas; Personal Development and Early Years Provision.

Do you have to pay to go to Qegs?

QEGS was founded in 1509 and given its royal charter nearly 60 years later by Queen Elizabeth I, but is now bidding to become a free school, funded by taxpayers.

How many pupils at qegs?

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Alford (QEGS) is a selective, co-educational, academy status Grammar School and Sixth Form in Alford, Lincolnshire, England. In 2010 the school held 547 pupils….

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Alford
Age 11 to 18
Enrolment 574 pupils (2012)

Is Qegs a private school?

Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS) is an independent, public school for boys in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England.

What is Free school UK?

Free schools are funded by the government but are not run by the local authority. They have more control over how they do things. They’re ‘all-ability’ schools, so can not use academic selection processes like a grammar school. Free schools can: set their own pay and conditions for staff.

Is Queen Elizabeth Grammar School Private?

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, based in Blackburn with Darwen, is now a 4-19 co-educational free school. This is a state-funded school so, while we no longer charge fees, we retain an independent-school ethos, placing strong emphasis on high academic standards, exemplary behaviour and extra-curricular commitment.

Is Bradford grammar a private school?

Bradford Grammar School (BGS) is a co-educational independent day school located in Frizinghall, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England….

Bradford Grammar School
Type Independent day school Grammar school
Motto Latin: hoc age (Do this)
Established 1548
Headmaster Simon Hinchliffe