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16.07.2018

Alumni | Sport

End of the England dream: sports psychologist Mustafa’s antidote for the post-World Cup blues

Old Elizabethan Dr Mustafa Sarkar has some sound expert advice for anyone feeling down after the end of the World Cup – and especially after the England defeats in the...

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End of the England dream: sports psychologist Mustafa’s antidote for the post-World Cup blues

12.07.2018

Alumni | Music

Championing change: award-winning music technology expert and record producer works to help those with disabilities

Alumnus and former QE teacher Tim Adnitt is now firmly established with a multinational music technology company, while continuing to work very successfully as a record producer and sound engineer....

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Championing change: award-winning music technology expert and record producer works to help those with disabilities

03.07.2018

Alumni | English | Library & creative writing

Things QE taught me: Surya reflects on life as a pupil as he prepares for role lecturing at the Sorbonne

Having completed his English degree at Oxford, Surya Bowyer has spent the last year taking a Master’s at University College London and has now been nominated by UCL for a...

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Things QE taught me:  Surya reflects on life as a pupil as he prepares for role lecturing at the Sorbonne

29.06.2018

Old Elizabethans'

Jim Winchester (OE 1943-51)

It is with regret that the Association announces the death of Jim Winchester who passed on 18 June 2018.

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Jim Winchester (OE 1943-51)

27.06.2018

Old Elizabethans'

Tim (Torj) Herbert (OE 1954-62)

It is with regret that the Association announces the death of Tim (Torj) Herbert who passed on 25 June 2018.

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Tim (Torj) Herbert (OE 1954-62)

21.06.2018

Alumni | History

The way we were: old boys share memories of the School from more than half a century ago

QE under long-serving Headmaster Ernest Jenkins (1930-1961) was so strict that a prefect punished a boy for buying an ice-cream without wearing his School cap…on a Sunday afternoon. This was...

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The way we were: old boys share memories of the School from more than half a century ago

19.06.2018

Alumni | FQE | Music | Old Elizabethans'

Curry favoured! Founder’s Day combines formal traditions with fun and food aplenty at the fete

Pupils past, present and even future all helped make the 2018 Queen Elizabeth’s School Founder’s Day a resounding success. The day, a great highlight of the School’s summer calendar, included...

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Curry favoured! Founder’s Day combines formal traditions with fun and food aplenty at the fete

14.06.2018

Alumni

“An incredible place to practice medicine”: Adam Dossaji forges his career as a doctor in the US

A chance encounter with the person who is now his wife led to a significant alteration to Adam Dossaji’s location and career trajectory. It was soon after he had graduated...

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“An incredible place to practice medicine”:  Adam Dossaji forges his career as a doctor in the US

08.06.2018

Old Elizabethans'

Tony King (OE 1938-44)

The Association has recently been advised of the passing of Tony (Trevor) King in 2009.

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Tony King (OE 1938-44)

08.06.2018

Alumni | Drama

Happy at Harvard: Opportunities abound for Sahil at the Ivy League university

2016 leaver Sahil Handa has been reflecting on a packed first year at Harvard that has seen him embrace activities ranging from drama and dance to journalism and entrepreneurship. The...

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Happy at Harvard: Opportunities abound for Sahil at the Ivy League university

07.06.2018

Old Elizabethans'

John Bradley (OE 1961-69)

It is with regret that the Association announces the death of John C B Bradley.  He passed on 7 June 2018 after suffering a stroke on the previous weekend.

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John Bradley (OE 1961-69)

04.06.2018

Old Elizabethans'

Tony Lane (OE 1943-49)

It is with regret that the Association announces the death of Tony Lane.  Tony passed on 21 May 2018.

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Tony Lane (OE 1943-49)