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The twenty-three acre site on the edge of the Green Belt is an attractive setting for learning.

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The School maintains its own Foundation Trustees to this day and they contribute much to the resources of the School. The extensive playing fields are augmented by a new eight lane indoor swimming pool, tennis courts, Eton Fives court and a multi-gym. There is impressive exhibition space created with a recent extension to the Art department and a Lecture Theatre plus special laboratories. Extensive computing facilities are available for boys to use in class and beyond lessons to support their independent research. Access to the School’s network and the learning resources stored on it is also available for boys from home.

Most of our classrooms and laboratories have now been fitted with electronic whiteboards and projectors. The language laboratory enables boys to extend their learning, for example by accessing news and television programmes from countries across the world. A detached music suite caters for the many pupils receiving instrumental tuition and for the successful bands and ensembles. In addition, the music suite now has its own specialist computing facility. A detached Sixth Form Study Unit has facilities for supervised private study, wireless access to the Internet and its own computing suite. In total, there are five computer rooms, almost entirely financed by the Friends and Trustees, which enable the School to provide the opportunity for all boys to acquire skills in Information and Communications Technology.

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Teenage entrepreneur Akshay Ruparelia returned to the School to pass on to current pupils some of the keys to his success with his online estate agency.

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22/02/2018 - Debaters' delivery commended

A QE team gave a strong performance in the second round of a prestigious debating competition, only narrowly missing out on a place in the regional final.

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21/02/2018 - Looking deep in the soil and soul of African culture

Traditional African methods of story-telling and linguistic style were to the fore in this year’s visit to Year 7 pupils by the Iroko Theatre Company, while for the boys themselves the highlights included the chance to try out massed drumming.

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