Qegs

Some articles on qegs:

Independent Schools Football Association - Notable Former Players
... – Brentwood School James Beattie – QEGS Blackburn Quinton Fortune – Forest School Nedum Onuoha – Hulme Grammar School Dan Harding – St ... Neil Harris – Brentwood School Chris Porter – QEGS Blackburn Robin Shroot – Alleyn's School Fraser Forster – Royal Grammar School, Newcastle Jordan Spence – Chigwell School Josh O'Keefe – QEGS ...
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne - History
... In 1585, QEGS was founded as a voluntary controlled school in Church Street, Ashbourne by Thomas Carter of the Middle Temple ... In 1973 QEGS took over the Ashbourne County Secondary School on Old Derby Road, but they both remained as two separate sites ... QEGS was awarded technology specialist status in 2005, and a new technology block was built with the funding received ...
Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield - Education
... QEGS is regarded as one of the best independent schools in the country ... The Telegraph ranked QEGS in the top 100 of independent schools in 2011, ranked at 78, based on GCSE results ... The Financial Times ranked QEGS 194 out of the best independent schools in the country, showing that 9% of its leavers went on to Oxbridge and 64.6% to 'World Ranked Universities' ...
Daily Mail Cup - U18 Cup
... School RGS Guildford 1994 Mount St Mary's College RGS Newcastle 1995 Colston's School QEGS Wakefield 1996 Colston's School QEGS Wakefield 1997 Colston's School Kirkham Grammar School 1998 Colston's ...
Wakefield - Education
... school is Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, QEGS Wakefield, a boys' only school established in 1591 by Queen Elizabeth I by Royal Charter ... QEGS moved to Northgate in 1854 ... Other schools with sixth forms include QEGS, Wakefield Girls High School, and Cathedral High School, which is now a Performing Arts College for ages 11 to 18 ...