News & Events

News & Events

Celebrity Chef praises Queen’s in Cookery Competition

3rd February 2022

We are celebrating the culinary success at last Friday’s Royal Academy of Culinary Arts national finals at Bournemouth and Poole College. Queen’s College was the only school in the country to compete in two different age groups. Tired after a 6am start, coupled with pre competition nerves, Queen’s students Natasha Ncube (Year 10) and Munopa…

Sports Report 04 Februrary 2022

3rd February 2022

Prep Sports Report The U8 and U9 boys were mixed together as they played their first ever hockey match on Monday against Wells Cathedral School. There was plenty of enthusiasm and some impressive play at times. As the boys understand the use of space and positional play, then they should be able to make good…

Sports Report 28 January 2022

28th January 2022

Prep Sports Report  Last Saturday morning Exeter School visited to play the U10A and U11A boys’ hockey teams. The U10s battled hard and improved as the match went on but struggled to convert their chances in front of goal. A weakened U11 team took on Exeter and showed great character in battling throughout the match….

Food and Nutrition Report 28 January 2022

28th January 2022

Good luck for the Royal Academy National Finals!  Munopa Nhete in Year 13 and Natasha Ncube in Year 10 are representing Queen’s at the Student Chef 2021-2022 National Finals in association with the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts at the end of this week at Bournemouth and Poole College. It has been a busy week…

Prefects POV: Chinese New Year by Shirley Fan

27th January 2022

The festival is known by many names: Chinese New Year, Spring Festival, and Lunar New Year. It marks the passage of the harvest season and celebrates the coming spring. Each new year is represented by one of twelve different animals of the Chinese zodiac. This coming year is the year of the Tiger. Before the…

Sports Report January 21 2022

21st January 2022

Prep Sports Report Matches restarted on Wednesday with the boys travelling across The Levels to play Millfield. This was a baptism of fire with many never having played a hockey match before. Both the U11As and Bs battled throughout but struggled to relieve pressure when it really mattered. As their understanding of positional play improves,…

Prefects POV 21 January 2022: James Webb Space Telescope

21st January 2022

On Christmas Day 2021, Nasa launched their newest telescope- the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). The James Webb Telescope is named after James E Webb who was the administrator of NASA during the Apollo programme and like the human James Webb, this James Webb is going to revolutionize astronomy.  The JWST is the successor of…

Eleana Stevenson Selected to Play In England U18 Hockey

21st January 2022

 This week has brought further sporting success as Eleana in Year 13 has been selected to play in the England Under 18’s Girls Hockey Team. This is a tremendous achievement for Eleana who has been playing hockey since she was just 6 years old. Throughout her time playing, her favourite hockey moment had to be…

Food and Nutrition Report! 21 January 2022

20th January 2022

Great British Bake Off Winner joins Queen’s from Milan Our Year 11 GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition classes spent their lessons having all their Italian food questions answered by none other than the Great British Bake Off Winner 2021 Giuseppe Dell’Anno remotely from Milan, Italy. Franky Gediking said the lesson was, “really very interesting with…

University Offers

20th January 2022

Sam Pugh is off to Keble College, Oxford! By Hazel Dovey Following his fantastic success in his Oxford University application last week, receiving an offer to study PPE (Politics, Philosophy & Economics) at Keble College, Sam agreed to share some of his experiences of the application process. He also revealed how Queen’s has played such…