List number: 1370789
School URN: 143292
List grade: 2
Wikipedia: Hexham Middle School
Post code: NE46 1BU
Grid ref: NY9388363606

Hexham Middle School


Hexham Middle School is a community school located on Wanless Lane in Hexham. The school is part of an academy trust (Hadrian Learning Trust), which also includes the nearby Queen Elizabeth High School. The school building dates from 1910 and is Grade II listed. The middle school was formerly known as Queen Elizabeth County Junior Grammar School.

Hexham Middle School is a community middle school in Hexham, Northumberland, England. It is in a federation with the nearby Queen Elizabeth High School and many pupils transfer there to continue their secondary education. It occupies the site of QEHS' predecessor grammar school. The headteacher Mr David Watson retired in 2012 . The head of school is now Judith Minto and the Federation headteacher is Graeme Atkins.

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