New & noteworthy

23.10.2018

Academic enrichment | Alumni

Mind and body working together: Kam’s new book on examination success

Performance coach Kam Taj’s new book offers students his own innovative and detailed holistic approach to achieving success as a student. Entitled The Ultimate Guide to Exam Success, the book...

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Mind and body working together: Kam’s new book on examination success

19.10.2018

Academic enrichment | Religion & Society

Animal-testing: pupil’s approach to ethical questions impresses magazine publisher

A Year 11 pupil is now a published author after an article he penned through the School to gain a national qualification appeared in a specialist magazine. Aaryan Sheth wrote...

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Animal-testing: pupil’s approach to ethical questions impresses magazine publisher

16.10.2018

School performance

Maximising our boys’ potential: QE beats all other selective schools in new league table

Boys at Queen Elizabeth’s School make more progress in their first five years than pupils at any other grammar school in the country, according to new Government figures. The Government...

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Maximising our boys’ potential: QE beats all other selective schools in new league table

15.10.2018

Academic enrichment

From wildlife photography to ‘History Raiders’, QE’s youngest pupils find out about opportunities beyond the classroom

Boys from Years 7 and 8 were able to explore the huge and diverse range of extra-curricular activities available to them at QE’s Clubs & Societies Fair. Whether pupil or...

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From wildlife photography to ‘History Raiders’, QE’s youngest pupils find out about opportunities beyond the classroom

12.10.2018

Alumni | CCF

Leading by example: Hugo combines army life with his university studies

Hugo Flint has been reflecting on the triumphs and tribulations of a summer spent training at Sandhurst and then, duly commissioned, with his new battalion in Cyprus. Hugo (OE 2010-2017)...

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Leading by example: Hugo combines army life with his university studies

09.10.2018

Sport

Transatlantic tour strengthens QE rugby back home

Many of QE’s senior players visited Canada on the School’s first-ever rugby tour to the Americas. During the ten-day visit, the touring party took on several leading youth rugby sides,...

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Transatlantic tour strengthens QE rugby back home

05.10.2018

Charity | Service

Spirit of service: sixth-formers determined to help the homeless

A group of sixth-formers are working to set up a new charity in London after spending a day out on the streets helping the homeless. Kieran Dhrona, Humzah Hameed and...

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Spirit of service: sixth-formers determined to help the homeless

03.10.2018

Alumni

Seizing opportunities from Africa to Canada

Over the past couple of years, Jonathan Gunaseelan has done innovative fundraising for UNICEF, taught children in Tanzania, Cardiff and London and helped develop a water filtration system for first-nation...

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Seizing opportunities from Africa to Canada

01.10.2018

English | Library & creative writing

Going solo: Aadi’s tales of adventure

QE pupil Aadi Goel’s first book is now available to buy – even though he is still only 12. The Year 8 boy’s collection of short stories and poems is...

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Going solo: Aadi’s tales of adventure

26.09.2018

Alumni

Investors beat a path to Doorsteps’ door

Akshay Ruparelia’s fast-expanding online estate agency launched a second crowdfunding round this week – and smashed its £400,000 target within seconds of the offer going live. Doorsteps.co.uk has gone from...

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Investors beat a path to Doorsteps’ door

25.09.2018

Support & guidance

Understanding the big issues: special assembly looks at relationships, ‘sexting’ and domestic abuse

Boys in Year 9 explored what makes relationships healthy and unhealthy in an hour-long assembly devoted to the topic of domestic abuse and sexual violence. Led by representatives from Tender,...

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Understanding the big issues: special assembly looks at relationships, ‘sexting’ and domestic abuse

21.09.2018

Alumni | Support & guidance

Making headlines, changing thinking

Bilal Harry Khan is fast becoming a leading voice on issues of social justice, race and masculinity. In recent months, Bilal has featured in a number of BBC news and...

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Making headlines, changing thinking