Underne

 

Underne

Underne House is named after Edward Underne, the Rector of Chipping Barnet Church at the time of Elizabeth I. Once the Queen had granted the Charter to establish the School, funds were needed to finance it. Edward Underne was responsible for raising the money for the original building of the School in the 1570s.

 

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06/08/2017 - Underne takes House crown from Stapylton

Underne is QE’s top House for the 2016–17 academic year, wresting the Eric Shearly House Cup from Stapylton.

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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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