Queen Ethelburga's College
Queen Ethelburga's Collegiate comprises Queen's Kindergarten, Chapter House Preparatory School, King's Magna (middle school), Queen Ethelburga's College and The Faculty of Queen Ethelburga's. The Collegiate provides GCSEs, A Levels and BTECs. Very strong results, an extensive extra-curricular programme and Performance Sport courses across a range of sports , all supported by first class facilities, have led to a thriving student community where emphasis is on the individual.
Thorpe Underwood Hall
Thorpe Underwood Estate
Yorkshire Area North
+44 (0)1423 333300Contact school
Mr Steven Jandrell (Principal)
Religious affiliation: Non-denominational
Day/boarding type: Day, Weekly and Full boarding
Gender profile: Coeducational
Queen Ethelburga's College fees:
Boarding fees per term:
£9,542 to £14,706
Day fees per term:
£1,253 to £5,240
Scholarships & bursaries:
ISC reference number:
DfE reference number:
815 / 6014
Boys - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 1 to 19 (143)
Boarding: 7 to 19 (364)
Sixth form: (133)
Girls - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 1 to 19 (133)
Boarding: 7 to 19 (336)
Sixth form: (132)
Queen Ethelburga's has two senior schools:
Queen Ethelburga's College offers a traditional curriculum including GCSEs and A levels, with students taking the EBacc subjects alongside other optional GCSE subjects followed by A levels supported by an extensive super curricular programme.
The Faculty of Queen Ethelburga's offers a wider curriculum of GCSEs, A levels and BTECs, allowing for a more individual approach to building a student's curriculum from academic, creative and vocational options. The standard GCSEs in English, mathematics and sciences are followed alongside a wide range of options at Key Stage 4. The Faculty also offers high level performance sport courses which can be followed alongside a full academic curriculum in rugby, football, cricket, hockey, netball, basketball, swimming and athletics. These are provided by full time, high level coaches with individual strength and conditioning courses devised and monitored by staff from Leeds Beckett university.
The QE motto is 'to be the best that I can with the gifts that I have' and this leads to an emphasis on the development of the individual child, supported by an extensive extra curricular activity programme open to all students and extensive pastoral provision.
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