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  • Maun Valley Job Summit

    22nd October 2015

    Queen Elizabeth’s Academy is a part of Maun Valley Citizens, a growing alliance of schools, churches and other community groups in Mansfield and Ashfield, working as a part of Citizens UK – the national home of community organising.  Through working together with other citizens in the area, the students of Queen Elizabeth’s Academy have been working to hold the mayor and local businesses to account on the issue of job opportunities for young people.

    On Thursday 22nd October Year 10, 11 and Post 16 students h

  • School to Work Programme

    16th October 2015

    All Year 12 Queen Elizabeth's Academy students took part in 2 workshops based on Career Orientation and Employability Capabilities on Friday 16 October 2015. At these worshops students learned how to explore their career strengths and also had the opportunity to explore their skills in CV writing.

    They were joined by staff from Lloyds Banking Group and Capita.

    Thank you to all the students who took part. We look forward to reviewing your CV's. Thank you also to Lloyds Bank and Capita for making the event happ

  • Year 7 Film Premier

    15th October 2015

    Students, staff and parents had a great evening on Thursday 15 October 2015 at the Old Library Theatre in Mansfield. Students, families and friends were invited to watch the premier screening of the film they had created during the Summer School Programme.

    The film, titled "The Found", was showcased to an enthusiastic audience and they were overwhelmed by the quality of the production.

    Refreshments were prepared and provided by the Year 12 Hospitality and Catering students and these went down a treat with the

  • Oakes Holiday Centre

    12th October 2015

    Students and staff from the Academy enjoyed a second visit to the Oakes Holiday Centre, demonstrating just how much an impression the Oakes has had on our students and staff at Queen Elizabeth’s Academy during the first visit last year.  The visit took place over three days, 12-14 October, and students were given the opportunity to understand and learn more about the Christian faith and develop their team working skills by learning to trust others of whom they did not already know.

    This visit  really enable

  • Save the Children

    21st September 2015

    Please find attached the letter from Save the Children charity, letting you know the fantastic amount raised by our students, it explains how the money raised could help with healthcare or education.

  • Congratulations to Queen Elizabeth II

    9th September 2015

    All staff and students at Queen Elizabeth's Academy would like to congratulate Her Majesty today on becoming the longest reigning British Monarch.

    Mike Smith


    God of time and eternity, whose son reigns as servant, not master; we give you thanks and praise that you have blessed this nation, the realms and territories with Elizabeth, our beloved and glorious Queen. In this week of celebration, grant her your gifts of love, joy and peace as she continues in faithful obedience to you, her Lord and God, an

  • Letter to Parents

    5th August 2015

    Please click on the link to view the latest letter to parents

  • Student Magazine

    21st July 2015

    Please click on the link below to view our latest student magazine.


  • July 2015 Newsletter

    21st July 2015

    Please click on the link below to view the latest newsletter.

  • First Day Back Arrangements 03/09/15

    20th July 2015

    Thursday 3 September 2015

    Arrangements for all students and teaching staff

    8:30am – Year 7 - Meet in the Main Hall.

    8:40am – Year 7 - Welcome and assembly (LBD).

    9:00am – Tutors to escort Y7 to tutor groups.

    9:00am -10:00am – Y7 in tutor groups students will be escorted for biometrics to JRY office (supported by house leaders and attendance office).

    9:00am -11:00am – Y7 with tutors – (ties, planners, timetables, all about me task).

    11:00am – 11:15am – Break time. Years 8 to 11 return to the academy.

    11:15am – Year

  • 6th Form Leavers Meal

    16th July 2015

    On the 16 July Year 13 held their leavers meal at The Red in Mansfield. They had an enjoyable evening and appreciated the opportunity to say farewell to their tutors and staff that they have known for the last 7 years. The staff at Queen Elizabeth's Academy, wish them well for their results in August and all the success in the future.

  • Year 6 Nottingham Forest Visit

    16th July 2015

    On Thursday 16 July, a group of year 6 students and their parents took part in a visit to the Nottingham Forest football ground. They had the opportunity for a tour and the students recieved a formal presentation to congratulate them on their transition project over the past half term.

  • Closure for the Summer Holidays

    13th July 2015

    The Academy will close to students on Friday 17th July 2015 at 1:15pm for the summer holidays. Students return on Thursday 3rd September 2015 with Year 7 returning at 8:30am and Years 8-11 returning at 11:00am on that morning.

  • Y11 Prom

    9th July 2015

    Y11 students attended their prom at the John Fretwell Centre on Thursday 9 July 2015. They all celebrated together by dancing and singing on the dance floor. Students had an amazing evening and all looked fantastic. Thank you to staff for organising this special event, with special thanks to Kellie Birch for her exceptional organistion.  We look forward to seeing year 11's at their results day on 20 August. Good luck!

  • Local School Games

    8th July 2015

    On Wednesday 8 July the PE Department attended the local school games accompanied by 50 students from years 8 and 9.

    Students participated in a variety of team sports including Basketball, Badminton, Football, Rounder’s, Netball and Touch Rugby. All students were a credit to the academy and had an enjoyable day.

    Teams worked well together and particular mention should go to the year 8 Football team who finished 2nd in their age group and the Rounder’s, Netball, Basketball and Badminton teams who finished 3rd.

  • Year 9 Enterprise Competition

    8th July 2015

    On 8 July 2015, Queen Elizabeth's Academy students that had taken part in the Junior Enterprise Competition were invited to the John Fretwell Centre to recieve their awards for taking part in the Mansfield Area Partnership Competition.  Students were supported on the evening by Kelly Russell and Paul Singhai who were business mentors from Halifax Bank.

  • Farewell Y11

    26th June 2015

    On Friday 26 June 2015, all Year 11 students were invited to the Main Hall at the Academy to celebrate their achievements over the past five years at Queen Elizabeth's Academy. A presentation was led by Mr Bradford with individual students were recognised and awarded for their contributions over their time here.

    We look forward to the Prom night on 9 July at 7:00pm.

  • Race for Life and Big Lunch Event

    26th June 2015

    A big thank you and congratulations to all of the Family of Schools for their support and contributions to the Race for Life event. The total amount raised to date is £1893.95. This is including a contribution of £500.00 from the Halifax Bank.

  • Dark Clouds shortlisted for National Lottery

    25th June 2015

    Mansfield Creative Project Shortlisted For National Lottery Award

    An innovative creative project involving more than 100 local young people and led by East Midlands professional orchestra Sinfonia Viva has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.

    The Mansfield project involved young people from Farmilo and St Peter’s primary schools, and Queen Elizabeth Academy.

    “We of course hope that we will win the National Lottery Award but just being short-listed is a huge honour and is an opportunity to raise

  • Memories of evacuation

    24th June 2015

    Pictured (left): Mr & Mrs Mayhew with Mr Musgrove and Y9 Students

    Mr Douglas Mayhew visited the Academy today to reminisce on his days at QEGS 75 years ago when he was evacuated from Southend-on-Sea to Mansfield as a 12 year old boy. Mr Mayhew toured the Academy with the Principal before meeting a group of Y9 students who were keen to listen to his story of life as a QEGS student during the Second World War.

    Mr Mayhew told his story of how he came to Mansfield, what his life was life was like during that ti