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Classics OEs come back to school

Jacob Warn, Finn Conway, Max Yuen, Issy Pendleton speak to QEH Classicists
8 Jul 2022
Written by Abi Purvis
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OE Classicists

For the Classics OEs event, 4 former students (Jacob Warn, Finn Conway, Max Yuen, Issy Pendleton) returned to QEH at 13:00 on Friday 24th June.

Peter Jones, the former Head of Classics, also returned. They visited the Staff room to catch up with some former teachers before speaking to the current Y9 and 10 Classicists in the theatre. These talks were about why they chose Classics and how the study of Classics has helped them in their everyday lives, both at work and beyond.

After that they took part in a Y9 Latin lesson before heading for refreshments at the Eldon!

 

Thank you for coming in to speak to our current pupils. 

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