MONDAY 9 NOVEMBER 2020 – FROM 4PM
We warmly invite you to our Chapter House and King’s Magna Open Evening, for children from 3 months old to Year 9.
This virtual event will provide an opportunity to learn more about our Excellent rated (ISI) preparatory and middle schools and meet with staff and students.
We look forward to sharing our approach to education with you and discussing how we can support your child’s aspirations; through the quality of teaching delivered, extensive extra-curricular opportunities offered, and strong pastoral care provided to students here at QE.
If you would like to book onto the open evening and/ or book a private socially distanced tour of the school, please register your interest HERE.
Join us on 10th October 2020 – for our Virtual Whole School Open Day!
Whole School Open Day
Saturday 10th October 2020
From 9.00 am – 12.00 pm
We warmly invite you to our Whole School Open Morning, for Kindergarten places through to Year 13.
This Open Day – held online – will start with a talk by our Principal, Mr Jeff Smith, followed by the opportunity to talk to our Heads of School, key subject and support staff, and current students and parents in the relevant school for your family.
We look forward to sharing our approach to education with you and discussing how we can support your child’s aspirations; through the quality of teaching delivered, extensive extra-curricular opportunities offered, and strong pastoral care provided to students here at Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate.
To book your place, visit our website to fill in the short registration form with your preferences for the day HERE.
We are hoping to also be able to welcome those families who wish to see our wonderful campus in person and will update those registered on the arrangements for this nearer the time, to ensure we are adhering to the latest UK Government guidance.
Our next Open Event takes place on Saturday 26th September 2020 – 10am to 3pm.
Contact 01302 776300
Many Schools have open days. An open day is a chance to get a feel for the school, inspect the facilities and chat with pupils and staff. It is useful to visit more than one school, even if you think you have your heart set on one in particular, so that you can compare and contrast.
As a mum with children now in year 3 and 1 i’d say it’s crucial to understand exactly where you are sending your little one and have a plan of how to approach open days and choosing a school.
I found a handy guide on what to look out for!
See the full article here