At Queen Elizabeth Humanities College we want our students to achieve above and beyond their expectations and be able to contribute well to their local community and society as a whole. In order to succeed, our students must achieve academic success so that they can follow a pathway of their choosing but of equal importance they must also appreciate the role they have to play in wider society as a whole.
One of the most important decisions we can ever make as a parent is who to entrust the education of our children to. As a parent myself, I understand the need for parents and carers to feel assured that the school they send their children to is the right choice and gives them the very best start in life as they develop into well rounded members of society.
Our students feel safe and happy, they enjoy coming to school and appreciate that being part of a smaller school means they are respected as the individuals they are. They understand what it means to be part of a small community and where their responsibilities lie. Their kind and caring nature means that they value others and are charitable in their nature.
Under the new government performance measures of Progress 8 and Attainment 8 our students are performing well above the national average for students from similar starting points. Last year, more than 1 in every 5 grades obtained by students at QE was an A or A* grade. The new performance tables due to be issued following the summer results will reflect the hard work our students put in and the rewards they receive.
This truly is a college that Bromyard and the surrounding area can be proud of, where our students are supported so that they believe in their ability and achieve their potential.
Mr Martin Farmer BEd (hons), NPQH
Headteacher Queen Elizabeth Humanities College Bromyard