Queen Elizabeth Humanities College is a small engaging 11-16 fully comprehensive school, situated in the tranquil surroundings of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside in the historic market town of Bromyard. The school draws students from a feeder area covering approximately 25 square miles. There are a total of six partner primary schools.
The school has a very strong inclusive and caring ethos which has been laid out by the students themselves as QE Cares. We provide many opportunities for the students to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding in areas of interest, and this is reflected in the versatility of schoolclubs, activities and events held throughout the year.
The school has outstanding ICT facilities throughout for all curriculum areas and for the support of extra-curricular activities, events and other student interests and needs. We have recently undertaken steps to upgrade our network infrastructure to Gigabyte speed (with existing fibre backbone) and install powerful new servers in order to support the growing need for the use of technology and multimedia in all subjects.
All parents of children (and the children themselves) who attend or will be attending the school are encouraged to take an active part in the school, to attend functions and to celebrate the success of students. When visiting the school, parents will clearly notice the calm and friendly environment.
Admission criteria are laid down by Herefordshire Council.
QEHC and its feeder primaries are a Cooperative Trust.