Delivering virtual learning
QEH was far from closed during lockdown. As well as remaining open to the children of key workers 7 days a week, we also delivered our curriculum online, including co-curricular activities. Please use the links below to explore further.
When the pandemic hit, life changed for us all. The one constant in all of this has been QEH. We have been so impressed with the level of contact we have had with the teachers, the variety of lessons produced and the constant encouragement, humour and passion shown by all the teachers and support staff. It would be easy to forget that your staff are also going through very difficult times yet, as a team, you have been able to maintain your high standards.Deborah and Alex, Junior School parents
You run a remarkable school with an ethic that is truly unique. It shines through in each and every boy. There’s something in the way the teachers know every boy’s talent and in the way the boys support each other (while also embracing real competition!) that’s just remarkable.Esther, parent
Thank you for making Alec’s first week so enjoyable. He’s loved every day and has come home really happy. In particular, he’s said the other boys have made him feel really included and like he’s always been there.Helen, Junior School parent
My boys have loved QEH! They felt at home so quickly and really enjoyed being able to be themselves with like-minded lads. The teachers really 'got' them and, although they're very different characters, QEH brought out the best in both of them.Katie, former parent
Since joining the school, we have been constantly amazed by the support and kindness given by the teachers, staff and other pupils and, above all, by the injection of fun that infiltrates throughout whether they're playing sport, completing a science project and participating in a school play. No doubt there will be challenges ahead but we're confident the school will provide the support and guidance that has our sons' best interests at heart.Michelle, Junior School parent
QEH has fulfilled its role in turning out a well-rounded young man able to take his place in the world . . . not one simply packed full of facts. He has the ability to think for himself and to turn those thoughts into effective actions.Anton, parent
QEH Juniors provides a safe, nurturing environment where each pupil is treated as an individual. The results are confident young men who truly believe in themselves. Freddie now has a passion for learning and the confidence to apply it which is due to the school, its understanding of boys and its fantastic staff.Lisa, parent
With our two sons being at this school over the past 13 years, we could not be happier with the amazing teachers, teaching and all the extra activities outside of the curriculum. Both boys have come away with outstanding results and aside from that as perfectly rounded, confident and well mannered young men. We leave today so thanks to the school for everything, we shall miss these days.Sharon, parent
We are so happy we made the decision to send Marcus to QEH Juniors. He has settled in quickly and enjoys everything the school has to offer in terms of academic studies and extra-curricular activities. He goes to school happy and he comes home from school happy.Julian & Eleni, Junior School parents
While we have time, let us do good.School Motto
A selection of work from GCSE and A-level Art and Photography students.
A roaring success!
Year 6 boys performed The Lion King in the QEH Theatre. They put their hearts into it and wowed the audience with their singing and acting skills. Music and Drama form an important, confidence building part of the curriculum at QEH.
At a glance…
- Teams finish in every Ten Tors
- Raised for charities in the last 5 years.
- Choristers in the school choir
- Co-curricular clubs & activities
- Development of Failand sports ground
- A*-B at A-level
QEH is located in Berkeley Place, Clifton. The Junior School can be found at 9 Upper Berkeley Place, in the terrace of Georgian houses behind the QEH Senior School building.
Parking is available in the NCP West End car park across the road. Public bus services stop regularly at the nearby Triangle, particularly bus numbers 1, 3, 8 and 9, among others.
QEH sports teams play at Failand on Clevedon Road BS8 3TN.