by Hobz De Caux On the 21st of March 39 students left for yet another successful history trip to Berlin with the students gaining a wealth of knowledge about the effects of World War 2 and the Cold War on Berlin. Students enjoyed seeing the sights in and around Berlin with interesting talks from tour
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by Ella Vacani I cannot think of a time when, as on Friday night, Shakespeare twists from the tiresome and distinctively scary, into a whirlwind of skilful poetry accompanied by accurately funny performance. Perhaps it was the very real setting, the shivering under blankets as the clouds began to sink into the darkness of the
By Hannah Clarke Every year there is a weekend dedicated to the Methodist schools in the UK. This year, Mr O’Donnell travelled to the Battle of Hastings with Ella Vacani and Hannah Clarke from year 11 to visit Pestalozzi, a school dedicated to giving overseas students the opportunity to receive an IB, the international baccalaureate.
By Julian Harding Thanks to the innovative mind of Jonty Hedges, old musicians who studied at Queens returned to give an active and memorable concert. The line up included Jonty Hedges, Toby Williams, Tom Harris and Jon Neale. The whole evening was full of energy, with a mixture of rock and Jazz pieces, such as