QEGS is one of the top independent boys’ schools in the country and has been educating boys for over 400 years. Now, we aim to combine the best of a traditional approach with an openness to innovation to be a down-to-earth school which prepares boys to take their place in the modern world. Dr Richard Brookes MChem, Head Read the Head's welcome
wgsf .org .uk. Queen Elizabeth Grammar School ( QEGS) is an independent, public school ( day school, no boarding) for boys in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. The school was founded by Royal Charter of Queen Elizabeth I in 1591 at the request of leading citizens in Wakefield (headed by Thomas Savile and his two sons) 75 in total ...
- 1591; 432 years ago
- Thomas Savile and others
- Old Savilians
- Turpe Nescire, (Latin: "It is a disgrace to be ignorant")
The Wakefield Grammar School Foundation numbers amongst the country’s leading families of independent day schools. An education at our three schools is different in many ways but at the heart of it all, there is one guiding ethos which defines everything we do, academically, socially and ethically. We call it The Wakefield Way.
As one of a family of three schools that make up the Wakefield Grammar School Foundation, our school follows the Wakefield Way, a shared ethos which defines everything we do, academically, socially and ethically. Discover more about the Wakefield Way here.
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A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 7 to 18. Boarding: No. Local authority: Wakefield. Pupils: 881; sixth formers: 169. Religion: Not Applicable. Fees: £12,450 - £16,620 pa. Open days: October. Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review. ISI report: View the ISI report.