New & noteworthy

16.07.2018

Alumni | Sport

End of the England dream: sports psychologist Mustafa’s antidote for the post-World Cup blues

Old Elizabethan Dr Mustafa Sarkar has some sound expert advice for anyone feeling down after the end of the World Cup – and especially after the England defeats in the...

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End of the England dream: sports psychologist Mustafa’s antidote for the post-World Cup blues

13.07.2018

Support & guidance

Coming to QE? A helping hand for our new Elizabethans and their parents

A series of special events have been helping boys due to join Year 7 in September start to get to know each other and learn their way around the campus....

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Coming to QE? A helping hand for our new Elizabethans and their parents

12.07.2018

Alumni | Music

Championing change: award-winning music technology expert and record producer works to help those with disabilities

Alumnus and former QE teacher Tim Adnitt is now firmly established with a multinational music technology company, while continuing to work very successfully as a record producer and sound engineer....

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Championing change: award-winning music technology expert and record producer works to help those with disabilities

10.07.2018

Music

Eclectic summer concert showcases breadth of talent and opportunity at QE as School plans a bright future for Music

With well over 100 musicians performing, this summer’s major concert amply demonstrated the strength of Music at QE. Entitled Into the Future, the event in the Shearly Hall featured 11...

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Eclectic summer concert showcases breadth of talent and opportunity at QE as School plans a bright future for Music

09.07.2018

Economics | Lecture Programme

10 Downing Street and the human side of Economics: how behavioural patterns are being harnessed in the public interest

Economics Society guest speaker Lal Chadeesingh gave pupils an insider’s view of how behavioural economics is being applied to UK public policy – and explained that it all stemmed from...

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10 Downing Street and the human side of Economics: how behavioural patterns are being harnessed in the public interest

04.07.2018

School performance

QE named country’s top boys’ school in new national guide for parents

Queen Elizabeth’s School has been named the best boys’ school in the country in a guide which aims to give a more complete picture than league tables based only on...

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QE named country’s top boys’ school in new national guide for parents

03.07.2018

Alumni | English | Library & creative writing

Things QE taught me: Surya reflects on life as a pupil as he prepares for role lecturing at the Sorbonne

Having completed his English degree at Oxford, Surya Bowyer has spent the last year taking a Master’s at University College London and has now been nominated by UCL for a...

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Things QE taught me:  Surya reflects on life as a pupil as he prepares for role lecturing at the Sorbonne

29.06.2018

Geography

Is life in Tower Hamlets getting better? Geographers head east to look for answers to this and other questions

Year 12 boys got to grips with ethnography – the systematic study of people and cultures – and used modern mobile technology to help their research during a Geography field...

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Is life in Tower Hamlets getting better? Geographers head east to look for answers to this and other questions

27.06.2018

Maths | STEM

Meeting with a great mind: QE team learn about a mathematical maestro while performing strongly at national challenge finals

Four QE boys acquitted themselves very well at the finals of a national Mathematics team competition. Having first reached the Team Maths Challenge national final by winning their regional heat...

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Meeting with a great mind: QE team learn about a mathematical maestro while performing strongly at national challenge finals

25.06.2018

English | Maths

Borough of Barnet boys and girls flock to QE as primary schools event attracts biggest-ever turnout

A record total of 14 local schools took part in this year’s QE Primary Challenge Day. Now in its fourth year, the event features a range of enjoyable and stimulating...

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Borough of Barnet boys and girls flock to QE as primary schools event attracts biggest-ever turnout

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