Queen Elizabeth Humanities College(QEHC) is a small 11-16 school, situated in the tranquil surroundings of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside in the historic market town of Bromyard. The College draws students from a feeder area covering approximately 25 square miles.
In the last four years QEHC has seen spectacular improvement in its GCSE results. The headline performance indicator of five or more GCSE s including English and Maths has been: 34% (2010), 74% (2011), 65% (2012) and 80% (2013).
Supported by the success of its results in 2011, on 1st December 2011 QEHC became an “academy converter”. A week later the new academy had its first Ofsted inspection, being rated Good.
Proposed 2015 & 2016 Dates - There is a debate regionally as to whether two days should be added to the autumn half term 22nd/23rd October and taken off the start of the summer break (i.e. finish the summer term on the 22nd July). We will confirm the final dates asap.
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