Queen Elizabeth School

Student Leadership


Head Girl Abby Littlefair and Head Boy Joe Tully welcome you to the QES Sixth Form Community.

The Head Girl and Head Boy are ably supported by the wider student Leadership Team, who meet regularly to support activities and events taking place across the school as well as discussing important issues facing the school community. There are also a host of other leadership opportunities for students including subject representatives and officials for the different clubs and groups that meet in the Sixth Form.

Head Girl

Hello, I’m Abby and it is my pleasure to welcome you to the QES community.

I have been at QES since Year 7. Since then I have received so much support and encouragement during my time here, leading me to pursue my interests. This was especially important for me in the sciences, and now I hope to continue studying this at university. I would not change my journey through QES: it’s been full of enjoyment, laughter and discoveries. Over the past few years, I have had the opportunity to help out at numerous QES events, my favourite being open evenings and having the pleasure to show potential students and parents around the school. Since undertaking the role of head girl have had the opportunity to help create a video for new prospective students in hope of giving them a feel of life here at QES as well as having many meetings and discussions with the members of the Sixth Form Leadership Team and staff about how to further improve the QES experience for years to come.

The main piece of advice that I would give to students, would be to encourage you to get involved wherever possible. Whether that is in clubs, school events or simply putting your hand up in lessons, getting involved in the QES community will help you gain confidence and create new skills. Take each opportunity as it comes, reaching out your comfort zone and even finding new friends and interests along the way!

I am definitely disheartened that this is my last year here at QES but also I’m excited for my future. Even though this year may be different to those previous, I will continue to enjoy each day till I leave and take all the skills I have gathered here at QES into my future endeavours. Finally, I hope that when I have left future students will enjoy their time here as much as I have, and with this I wish them the best of luck.

Head Boy

Hi, my name is Joe and I’m very excited to welcome you to our community. I’ve been here at QES since year 7, I am currently studying Physics, Economics and Modern History at A Level and moving forward I am planning on studying Economics at university next year.

During my time at QES I have got involved with everything I could, from performing at band nights, to helping organise charity events and representing the school in a multitude of sports. The opportunities available to you here at QES are immense and I encourage you to take advantage of them. I have barely scratched the surface; there are a huge amount of clubs to get involved in and if there is a club we don’t have that you would like to start you can.

Academics are obviously very important and the experienced and qualified staff we have here constantly challenge us as students to improve and develop our knowledge, giving us the best starting point for the ‘real world’. It’s a mixture of academics and these extra-curricular opportunities that will help you grow as a person, I know getting involved really improved my confidence and without doing so I would be a very different person.

I’ve really loved my time here at QES and know that I’ve made friends and memories for life. I’m sure that next year when I’m gone, the future years will enjoy their time at QES just as much as me.

Acknowledge & Close

Year 6 Open Evenings

We will be holding Open Evenings on the following dates:
  • Thursday 16th September
  • Wednesday 22nd September

For further information please click here