Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School Horncastle

Welcome to Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School and thank you for visiting our website.  I hope that your visit enables you to capture the essence of our vibrant and dynamic school community. As well as being extremely proud of the school’s long history, I am equally impressed with the range of activities our students get involved in. It is a privilege to lead this remarkable school; students who are friendly, ambitious and creative; staff who are dedicated, caring and talented. Our standards are high; we expect every member of the community to aspire to be the best they can be.

Mrs H. Payne, Head Teacher

Student Success

Examination Success

Examination Success

We are extremely proud of our A level students who have delivered excellence across the board.  These impressive A level results say much about their hard work and their determination to be the best that they can be; over a quarter of results being either an A grade or one of the prestigious A* grades. Just under a fifth of our students gained at least one A* grade within their three or four A levels.  Our Head Boy, Alby Brennan,  and Head Girl, Jasmine Roberts, led the way with an impressive set of A* and A grades for their A levels. Alby heads off to Cambridge to read Languages and Jasmine to the London School of Economics to study Geography.  They were kept company by Michael Reiners who secured 3 A* and Ben Shingler who secured two A* grades and two A grades. Perri Connor and Stephanie Garner delivered all three of their A levels at A* or A.  Not to be outdone, Chris Ravenscroft, James Law and Stephanie Garner produced A grades across the board.  The overwhelming majority of our students have secured their first choice university place or been accepted on apprenticeship or training schemes.  This time last year, Ben Warren was celebrating achieving three A* grades and opting to take a gap year before going to university.  During his year he has worked as a Sixth Form Learning Mentor at QEGS and taken up the challenge of studying for an A2 in Biology; he earned an A* and heads off to study Medicine at Leicester in September. All our students are to be congratulated on their fabulous achievements.  They leave with our very best wishes for the future.