Leicester

 

Leicester

Leicester House was named after Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, who made the request to Queen Elizabeth I in 1573 for a charter for the School to be founded. The name of this House is therefore a continuing reminder of the School’s beginnings nearly 450 years ago.

 

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05/08/2017 - Gripping whodunnit wins House drama competition

Leicester House won the end-of-year drama competition with a compelling tale of below-stairs intrigue and the murder of an abusive master – all told in less than 10 minutes.

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26/09/2016 - Competition and teamwork: getting used to life at QE

QE’s newest pupils attended a special afternoon as part of the School’s programme aimed at helping boys adjust to life at the School; all of Year 7 took part in the House competition activities.

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22/06/2016 - Without question, an excellent Founder’s Day!

Guest of Honour Edmund Watson urged the congregation at QE’s Founder’s Day thanksgiving service to ask good questions – about themselves, about others and about the world around them. 

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