Queen EthelburgasEstablished: 1912
In the nine decades since its foundation in 1912, Queen Ethelburga's has become one of Britain's best known and finest centres of education, with an enviable reputation nationally and internationally for care, friendliness and excellence.
The capital spending programme finances a campus which provides facilities of the highest quality. Investments totalling some ￡45 million in only the last few years help the schoolto give pupils the advantages that can lead to outstanding success, from Pentium computers to the comfort of knowing that there is a telephone and voice mail facility in every bedroom in all the living accommodation on the campus.Each year the school continues to extend their resources, which increasing numbers of parents recognise as giving an unrivalled opportunity to their children.
Maintaining traditions - Throughout the school's history, Queen Ethelburga's has maintained a record of achievement and pride based, in part, on the House system. This has been the case since the foundation in 1912. The four original houses – Cantwara, Derwent, Eoforwic and Lyminge – give pupils a sense of continuity and tradition. The Old Ethelburgian's Association is very strong and active. Reunions of former pupils are organised at the Collegiate, in London, elsewhere in the United Kingdom and overseas. O.E.s have their own office within Queen Ethelburgas.
Seconary school,2 yr GCSE,1 yr GCSE,Pre-GCSE,A Level,Pre-A level,IB