Queen Elizabeth II High School
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|Queen Elizabeth II High School|
Isle of Man
|Motto||Manx: Gleck dty share dy kinjagh|
(Always strive to do your utmost)
|Established||5 July 1979|
|Local authority||Isle of Man Offshore Establishments|
|Department for Education URN||132494 Tables|
|Head teacher||Ms Sue Moore|
During the time the school has been opened it has gone under extensive changes and has dramatically increased in size and with this, one new building was opened in 2000, the Forster building, which is home to the sixth form. In 2008 the Deans building was added, with an expansion proposed in 2014. This is home to the English Department on the upper floor, and the Music and performance area on the ground floor. This extension also provided the school with a much needed second dining room.
- "Extension would improve lunchtimes for students". Education, Training and Careers. Isle of Man Government. 9 June 2014. Retrieved 20 May 2019.
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