School calendar

Friday, 17 November 2017

Subject: Year 11 A-Level Early Indications and A-Level parents reference data reports available for parents via eQE Time:  Location:  Category: Assessment
Subject: Rugby v Latymer Upper School: U12A+B+C+D (A,A,A,A) Time: 02:30 PM Location: Away Category: Sporting Fixtures
Subject: OE Association Annual Dinner Time: 07:30 PM Location: Main School Hall Category: Old Elizabethans

Saturday, 18 November 2017

Subject: Rugby v Richard Hale: U15A+B XV, U14A+B XV, U13A+B XIII, U12A XII (H,H,A,A,H,H,A) Time: 10:00 AM Location: Home/Away Category: Sporting Fixtures
Subject: Rugby v Richard Hale: 1st XV, 2nd XV (H,H) Time: 02:15 PM Location: Home Category: Sporting Fixtures

Sunday, 19 November 2017

Monday, 20 November 2017

Subject: Eton Fives v Mill Hill: U15 (A) Time: 04:30 PM Location: Away Category: Sporting Fixtures

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Subject: Schools Water Polo League: U16 (H) Time: 04:30 PM Location: Home Category: Sporting Fixtures
Subject: Junior Concert - 'Portraits of Poetry' Time: 07:00 PM Location: Shearly Hall Category: Event

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Subject: Year 11 - Maths, 'Maths Inspiration Show' visit: Miss Fung (organiser only), Mr Lee, Mrs Simpson, Mr Roberts + 65 boys (meeting at venue) Time: 09:30 AM Location: Piccadilly Theatre, London, W1D 7DY Category: Visit
Subject: Rugby v Belmont: U12A+B+C XII (H,H,H) Time: 03:30 PM Location: Home Category: Sporting Fixtures

Thursday, 23 November 2017


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21/11/2017 - Convention offers copious career choice

Forty-six Old Elizabethans, parents and other representatives drawn from a broad range of professions gave QE boys and their parents expert help in planning their futures at the School’s 2017 Careers Convention.


20/11/2017 - Chosen dozen: QE’s new pupil librarians

Twelve new pupil librarians have been selected to serve The Queen’s Library, following a rigorous application process against stiff opposition.


17/11/2017 - The road less travelled: learning about alternative career routes

Sixth-formers heard from an Old Elizabethan who is building a highly successful career – yet did not go to university.