Aug 25

Results 2016

Huge Congratulations to all our very successful year 10 and year 11 students who picked up their GCSE reults today. We are VERY PROUD of you all.

Jul 22

Inspire 16 Winner

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Congratulations to our Inspire 16 winner Nesta in Year 8. His work is on display at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. Well done Nesta!

Jul 19

Open Days

Open Evening: Monday 26th September 2016 6.30-8.30pm Open Mornings: Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th September 2016 9.30am-12.30pm

Jul 18



The sun is shining and sports day is underway. Every one is doing fantastic and one of our pupils has smashed the 400m school record. Well done!!

Jul 15



It gets harder each week to pick a superstar out of all our fantastic year 10 pupils but this lovely young lady has had a great week and done amazing in her catering controlled assessment. Well done!!!!

Jul 13



I am so very proud of our dedicated trampolining club members. Yesterday they all performed excellent routines and presented some fantastic skills. Well done yr7&8′s. Miss Powell

Jul 12



It has been a fantastic few days watching our pupils do us proud in their personal reflection interviews. Have a look at some of our pupils who made a fantastic effort. Well done to all our pupils and a massive thank you from all QB staff to everyone who made the day an enjoyable successful …

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Jul 07

Viva Day

Years 9 and 10 will have their personal Viva Day interview appointments on Friday 8th July.  Pupils in Years 7 and 8 will have their appointments on Monday 11th July.

Jul 06

Summerfest Success!


Hundreds of pupils, families and local community came to QB last Saturday for our annual Summerfest. Once the initial rain had passed, we enjoyed a great afternoon of music, dance, sport and fun which showed just how much talent we have in school and how we love to celebrate this together.

Jul 05

The White Rose and the Swastika

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The summer school production is the story of Hans and Sophie Scholl called ‘The White Rose and the Swastika’.  It is a story about resistance to hatred, propaganda and discrimination in Nazi Germany.  We feel it is very appropriate to the climate of the current circumstances in our politically changing world.  

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