New & noteworthy

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

15.06.2018

Arts | Careers

QE artist’s work selected for Royal Academy’s prestigious A-level exhibition

Sixth-former Darsh Thacker’s ambitious artwork has been chosen for the Royal Academy A-level Summer Exhibition Online 2018. He beat off competition from some 2,000 entries to be included among the...

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QE artist’s work selected for Royal Academy’s prestigious A-level exhibition

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

12.06.2018

Academic enrichment | Maths

Helping hand from older boys leads to shining success in national competition for QE’s youngest mathematicians

All boys in Years 7 & 8 took part in this year’s Junior Maths Challenge – and the overwhelming majority took gold, silver or bronze for their performance. In total,...

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Helping hand from older boys leads to shining success in national competition for QE’s youngest mathematicians

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

06.06.2018

Academic enrichment | History

Broad perspective: trip to the trenches helps boys understand World War I both emotionally and analytically

Forty-four Year 9 boys visited the major battle sites and cemeteries from World War I in a trip designed to reinforce their classroom History lessons on the conflict. With plenty...

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Broad perspective: trip to the trenches helps boys understand World War I both emotionally and analytically

04.06.2018

Academic enrichment | STEM | Technology

Kentucky triumph! QE’s senior teams’ memorable experiences at world robotics finals

QE senior roboteers achieved the best-ever result for a UK team after qualifying for the VEX EDR Robotics World Championships at their very first attempt. The HYBRID Alpha team amassed...

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Kentucky triumph! QE’s senior teams’ memorable experiences at world robotics finals

25.05.2018

Academic enrichment | Maths | STEM

Best of the best: QE mathematicans shine at Olympiad

Year 11 boy Saruthan Seelan achieved a top-50 finish among élite mathematicians in his age group in this year’s nationwide Intermediate Olympiad, with four other pupils coming in the top...

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Best of the best: QE mathematicans shine at Olympiad

22.05.2018

Academic enrichment | Chemistry

Rising to the challenge: QE’s chemists show their mettle

The QE entrants in this year’s UK Chemistry Olympiad have acquitted themselves well in the first round, according to the published results. All 11 of the Year 13 boys chosen...

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Rising to the challenge: QE’s chemists show their mettle

21.05.2018

Service

Wonderful and buzzing! QE pupil’s unforgettable day inside Windsor Castle at the “perfect” royal wedding

One of QE’s leading sixth-formers enjoyed a day of a lifetime rubbing shoulders with members of the Royal Family and celebrities within the walls of Windsor Castle. Binu Perera, who...

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Wonderful and buzzing! QE pupil’s unforgettable day inside Windsor Castle at the “perfect” royal wedding

20.05.2018

Alumni | Old Elizabethans'

“Love is oblivious to the outside, even with an audience of millions”: George the Poet and the royal wedding

Old Elizabethan George the Poet’s latest composition was hailed as a fitting introduction to the global television coverage of the royal wedding. George Mpanga’s performance of The Beauty of Union...

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“Love is oblivious to the outside, even with an audience of millions”: George the Poet and the royal wedding

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