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“Who I was didn’t matter…all he saw was the colour of my skin”

29.06.2020

Academic enrichment | Alumni | Support & guidance

“Who I was didn’t matter…all he saw was the colour of my skin”

Perspective, QE’s new pupil-led forum looking at issues such as race, has been launched and is already going from strength to strength, with involvement from current boys, alumni and senior...

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Happy Founder’s Day! (now updated with photo gallery)

20.06.2020

Alumni | FQE

Happy Founder’s Day! (now updated with photo gallery)

“Welcome to a Founder’s Day like no other!” With these words, Queen Elizabeth’s School’s 40th Headmaster, Neil Enright, began his short address during today’s special YouTube broadcast. While the normal...

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“Join us for Founder’s Day this Saturday!”

18.06.2020

Alumni | FQE

“Join us for Founder’s Day this Saturday!”

Despite this year’s unique circumstances, Founder’s Day 2020 goes ahead this weekend – as an innovative virtual event combining tradition with fun. Organisers from the School and The Friends of...

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Ron Peirce (OE 1941-46)

16.06.2020

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Ron Peirce (OE 1941-46)

The Association is sad to announce that Ron Peirce FRICS MRSH, who attended the School between 1941 and 1946, passed away on June 11th.

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Bill Storey (OE 1936-42)

09.06.2020

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Bill Storey (OE 1936-42)

The Association regretfully announces the passing of Bill Storey FRICS (OE 1936-1942).

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George the Poet makes history with nomination for top international media award

13.05.2020

Alumni

George the Poet makes history with nomination for top international media award

Old Elizabethan George Mpanga’s podcast has been nominated for a Peabody Award – one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious media prizes. Have You Heard George’s podcast?, which last...

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Peak performance! Old boy Kam working online to help current QE boys give of their best

29.04.2020

Academic enrichment | Alumni | Support & guidance

Peak performance! Old boy Kam working online to help current QE boys give of their best

Sixty-five senior QE boys have enrolled on a coaching programme run by alumnus Kam Taj. Kam (Kamran Tajbaksh, OE 2004–2011), a performance coach, inspirational speaker and author, will help the...

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Out of the limelight: as stars shine in global fund-raising concert, George the Poet urges UK audience to honour key workers, too

20.04.2020

Alumni | Service

Out of the limelight: as stars shine in global fund-raising concert, George the Poet urges UK audience to honour key workers, too

Old Elizabethan George the Poet played to an audience of many millions when he opened BBC One’s coverage of last night’s One World: Together at Home concert. George Mpanga (OE...

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Medic honoured for his work to help solve hospitals’ logistics issues takes on NHS’s huge Covid-19 challenge

14.04.2020

Alumni

Medic honoured for his work to help solve hospitals’ logistics issues takes on NHS’s huge Covid-19 challenge

Surgeon and former School Captain Ash Kalraiya is one of only 11 Fellows appointed for 2020 to the prestigious NHS Innovation Accelerator. The honour recognises his work as founder and...

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Garry Lord (OE 1940-47)

09.03.2020

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Garry Lord (OE 1940-47)

The Association regretfully announces the passing of Garry Lord PhD BSc CChem MRSC (OE 1940-47).

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Wilfried De’ath (OE 1948-55)

02.03.2020

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Wilfried De’ath (OE 1948-55)

Wilfred died on 19th February 2020.

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“For me, drawing is a reflective process…ambiguous, fragmented and surreal”

20.02.2020

Alumni | Arts

“For me, drawing is a reflective process…ambiguous, fragmented and surreal”

King’s College undergraduate Danny Martin has had his art exhibited in Cambridge for the first time – and now some of his drawings are on display at the Japanese embassy...

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