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Jiang-Siang excels in national chemistry competition

16.03.2009

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Jiang-Siang excels in national chemistry competition

Upper Sixth-Former Jian-Siang Poh has been selected to participate in the second round of this year’s Chemistry Olympiad. Last year, only 23 students from across the country reached this stage...

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Bollywood comes to QE

03.03.2009

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Bollywood comes to QE

On 2nd March, 19 boys took part in the Bollywood workshop with Sam Suriakumar. The boys worked for three hours putting together over six minutes’ worth of music. They played...

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Award highlights QE’s long and successful record in chess

26.01.2009

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Award highlights QE’s long and successful record in chess

Queen Elizabeth’s School has been awarded a rare and prestigious accolade in recognition of its achievements in chess and its work to promote the game. Just two schools are selected...

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Jacob’s Mathematics success is QE first

21.01.2009

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Jacob’s Mathematics success is QE first

Sixth-Former Jacob Hilton has qualified for the second round of the Senior British Mathematical Olympiad – the first time a QE boy has progressed so far in this prestigious competition....

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Benjamin is awarded scholarship at Durham

18.12.2008

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Benjamin is awarded scholarship at Durham

The Music department is pleased to announce that along with his offer of a place to read Physics at the University of Durham, Benjamin Yadin, in Year 13, has been...

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Clean sweep for QE in group stages of Mathematics competition

16.12.2008

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Clean sweep for QE in group stages of Mathematics competition

Queen Elizabeth’s School has qualified for the knockout stages of a prestigious Mathematics competition for schools across London and the Home Counties. QE emerged as group winners in the Hans...

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Dual success at Barnet sports awards

16.12.2008

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Dual success at Barnet sports awards

Old Elizabethan and 2008 Paralympics gold medallist Tom Aggar and current pupil Kem Onubogu both received prestigious awards at the annual Barnet Celebrating Sports Awards. More than 300 guests and...

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QE plays host to popular Geography quiz

16.12.2008

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QE plays host to popular Geography quiz

Queen Elizabeth’s School this year hosted the North London heats of the Geographical Association’s popular Worldwise Quiz. Eleven schools from both the state and independent sectors competed on the night....

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Scrums and line-outs …and other cultural experiences!

16.12.2008

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Scrums and line-outs …and other cultural experiences!

German exchange teenagers learned how to play rugby during a visit to Queen Elizabeth’s School. The students from Friedrich von Bodelschwingh School in Bielefeld spent a week being hosted by...

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Fun and fierce debate in the forest

11.12.2008

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Fun and fierce debate in the forest

QE’s keen young geographers ventured deep into the woods on a field trip that combined fun with the serious purpose of investigating the sustainable use of the forest. Year 7...

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Breadth of Economics highlighted by Year 11 trip

11.12.2008

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Breadth of Economics highlighted by Year 11 trip

Two Year 11 groups learned more about two contrasting parts of their GCSE Economics course on a visit to London. In the first part of the trip, boys visited the...

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Getting the inside story on Obama

11.12.2008

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Getting the inside story on Obama

QE A Level Politics students have been getting behind the headlines surrounding the election of Barack Obama as the next US President. Boys in Year 13 study American politics and...

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