QEHS

AcronymDefinition
QEHSQueen Elizabeth High School
QEHSQuality, Environmental, Health, and Safety Policy
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The victorious QEHS squad which is in action at Bolton next week
We've been delighted with the response and are determined to clock up enough activity to secure this amazing gym equipment for QEHS."
Graeme Atkins, executive headteacher, said: "As we have always made clear, Hadrian Learning Trust can only make decisions on behalf of HMS and QEHS.
Dynamic Safety has the global expertise with local experience to assist the organizations on the compliance of the QEHS. Our services fall under the scope of QHSE Management System, Auditing, Consulting, and training.
Senior 3 2x Tom Reevell (bow), Phil Gray (stroke) got through the first round beating a very strong QEHS double containing Chris Jacklin (national schools single sculls champion), progressing comfortably through the semi-final but met a strong Cambois crew in the final and lost by two lengths.
Third round: Lewis Pengam v Neath Port Talbot Coll, Bishop Gore v Bro Myrddin, Cross Keys Coll v Cwmcarn, Cowbridge v Bassaleg, St Joseph's HS v Treorchy, Brynmawr v Swansea Coll, QEHS v Coleg Sir Gar, Y Cymer v Whitchurch, Glantaf v Rhydywaun/Bro Morgannwg, Amman Valley/Tasker Milward v Afon Taf/Aberdare, Pencoed v Gwyr/St Joseph's RCS, Brynteg v Pembs College, Lampeter v Syr Hugh Owen, Cardiff HS v St David's College, Llanhari/Y Pant v Croesyceiliog/Tonyrefail, Brecon HS v St John Baptist.
Neil and Tom, competing in a busy schedule, then fought their way through from the early rounds of the Junior 16 Double Sculls, in an ironic twist of fate winning a place in the semi-finals via the repechage, having eliminated their partners from QEHS in the medal-winning coxless four.
The rest of the second round draw is: Monkseaton v Gosforth, Dame Allan's v Prudhoe, Astley v St Benet Biscops, QEHS Hexham v RGS Newcastle, Tyne Met College v KEVI Morpeth, Heaton Manor v Emmanuel and Excelsior v Cramlington.
Plans to transform Queen Elizabeth High School (QEHS) and Hexham Middle School (HMS) into one school for 11 to 18-year-olds had been put forward by the Hadrian Learning Trust, which runs the two academies.
Headteacher Graeme Atkins said: "The whole QEHS community welcomes the prospect of much-needed investment in the fabric of our school.
Craig Daniels represents TCG in the QEHS role for the Louisville, Kentucky facility.