In March 2019, local schools, Governors and parents were invited to King Edward’s for our main School production of Dennis Kelly’s DNA. Tickets were offered free of charge to local schools and the performance took place in Charter Hall. We were delighted to welcome 250 visitors over two evenings.
To offer pupils from local schools the opportunity to visit King Edward’s and enjoy Dennis Kelly’s extraordinary play performed by pupils from across our School. We also invited parents and Governors to this intense production which was re-enacted by a range of talented Middle and Senior School pupils in our Theatre, Charter Hall.
King Edward’s Pupil Involvement
Pupils from the 3rd to 6th Form made up the cast members and also crew which included managing and running the lighting and sound.
This was a one off event in March 2019.
Sir Isaac Newton caused great excitement this week when he Zoomed in to the virtual Science Lecture! Due to the current COVID restrictions, our local feeder schools were unable to visit for our annual event, so thanks to modern technology, an alternative solution was instigated. Using individual Zoom links, QMH and six prep schools were...