Alumni News

16.11.2018

Alumni | Careers | Economics | Lecture Programme

Man of influence – recent graduate’s early experience at the cutting edge of politics

Only a few short months after starting his job as a Civil Service economist, Old Elizabethan Andrei Sandu was already advising a Government Minister at a European summit, he told...

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Man of influence – recent graduate’s early experience at the cutting edge of politics

12.11.2018

Alumni | CCF | Service

“A fitting commemoration”: QE marks 100 years since the end of World War I

All pupils in Years 7–10, staff and some senior boys joined together in the Shearly Hall for a special remembrance assembly to mark the centenary of the Armistice in 1918....

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“A fitting commemoration”: QE marks 100 years since the end of World War I

07.11.2018

Alumni

Golden highlights: success of filmmaker’s Gustav Klimt virtual reality experience

Klimt’s Magic Garden, a virtual reality experience created by filmmaker and academic Dr Frederick Baker, proved so popular in the artist’s Austrian homeland that its run was extended by nearly...

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Golden highlights: success of filmmaker’s Gustav Klimt virtual reality experience

23.10.2018

Academic enrichment | Alumni

Mind and body working together: Kam’s new book on examination success

Performance coach Kam Taj’s new book offers students his own innovative and detailed holistic approach to achieving success as a student. Entitled The Ultimate Guide to Exam Success, the book...

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Mind and body working together: Kam’s new book on examination success

12.10.2018

Alumni | CCF

Leading by example: Hugo combines army life with his university studies

Hugo Flint has been reflecting on the triumphs and tribulations of a summer spent training at Sandhurst and then, duly commissioned, with his new battalion in Cyprus. Hugo (OE 2010-2017)...

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Leading by example: Hugo combines army life with his university studies

03.10.2018

Alumni

Seizing opportunities from Africa to Canada

Over the past couple of years, Jonathan Gunaseelan has done innovative fundraising for UNICEF, taught children in Tanzania, Cardiff and London and helped develop a water filtration system for first-nation...

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Seizing opportunities from Africa to Canada

26.09.2018

Alumni

Investors beat a path to Doorsteps’ door

Akshay Ruparelia’s fast-expanding online estate agency launched a second crowdfunding round this week – and smashed its £400,000 target within seconds of the offer going live. Doorsteps.co.uk has gone from...

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Investors beat a path to Doorsteps’ door

21.09.2018

Alumni | Support & guidance

Making headlines, changing thinking

Bilal Harry Khan is fast becoming a leading voice on issues of social justice, race and masculinity. In recent months, Bilal has featured in a number of BBC news and...

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Making headlines, changing thinking

19.09.2018

Alumni

Speaking up for families like his – George the Poet fronts programme on London’s disappearing council homes

George the Poet is enlivening TV screens this autumn with appearances in both the public and private spheres. George Mpanga (OE 2002–2009), a keen advocate of social justice, investigated how...

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Speaking up for families like his – George the Poet fronts programme on London’s disappearing council homes

05.09.2018

Alumni

Eleventh-hour reprieve clears the way for Channel charity swim

Old Elizabethan Piers Martin was part of a relay team that successfully swam the English Channel and raised more than £6,000 for Autism East Midlands. Yet, even though the team...

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Eleventh-hour reprieve clears the way for Channel charity swim

14.08.2018

Alumni

Robert Rinder finds out about his family’s fate in a Nazi concentration camp during making of television programme

Old Elizabethan Robert ‘Judge’ Rinder experienced an emotional journey to the Nazi concentration camp where his grandfather, Morris Malenicky, was imprisoned in this week’s episode of the BBC One’s Who...

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Robert Rinder finds out about his family’s fate in a Nazi concentration camp during making of television programme

08.08.2018

Alumni | Careers | Support & guidance

Been there, done that! Thirty-two Oxbridge candidates benefit from performance coach’s expert advice and experience

Old Elizabethan Kam Taj returned to the School to lead a workshop on Oxbridge preparation for 32 sixth-formers. Kam, a performance coach and motivational speaker, who himself studied at Churchill...

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Been there, done that! Thirty-two Oxbridge candidates benefit from performance coach’s expert advice and experience