Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School Blackburn(布拉克本伊莉莎白女王文理學校)
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School Blackburn
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Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School (QEGS) is a co educational free school in Blackburn, Lancashire, England. Founded in 1509 as a boys' school, it is now a coeducational independent Free School with over 600 students from ages 4 to 18. Pupils come from a very wide geographical area, from Bolton to the south and to Colne in the east. It consists of an Infant School (Reception to Year 2), Junior School (Years 3 to 6), Senior School (Years 7 to 11) and Sixth Form.
The acting headteacher is Claire Gammon, replacing Simon Corns, who left the school in December 2016 to become the headteacher of Brighton College in Abu Dhabi. He was appointed headteacher of QEGS in June 2006, and took over in September 2007.