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Easter Quiz

Posted: March 30, 2012 by orlandoayli in festivals and remembrance, fun, Quizzes and Puzzles
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1)In which season do animals in England have their young?
2) Which festival takes place before Easter when Christians decide to fast for 40 days?
3) What type of food is hidden in your garden by Easter Bunnies?
4) Why do we celebrate Easter?
5) Name two special days in Easter.
6) What special leaves was thrown at Jesus when he entered Jerusalem?
7) What is Easter in German?
8) What is Easter in Italian?

Compiled by John Doe
Answers will be revealed on the 23rd of April 2012

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All of us here are massive fans of creative writing especially Flash Fiction. So imagine are delight when we got a comment from theheadsoffice telling us of something that they do called the 100 word challenge. After some looking into the rules of how to play we were hooked and so we invite all of you to come and join us in Evelnasec’s first ever 100 word challenge.

The first word that we are using is borrowed from theheadsoffice and is G.R.O.W.I.N.G

The golden rule

the aim is that you use 100 words but I will accept 95 – 105.

Inspiration might be got from a picture or a word.

I will accept any form of creative writing whether it be a poem to a short story the only thing that should stop you is your imagination.

So all that is left to say is GOOD LUCK and I look forward to reading what you have written.
http://100wc.net/?p=162
 Once you’ve posted your story in a comment here, copy the link to the heads office

Royal Wedding Quiz

Posted: April 26, 2011 by INC in general, Quizzes and Puzzles
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The newspapers, radio and television are full of stories about the royal wedding this Friday.

Have you been paying attention?

Put your answers to our quiz in a comments box.

1. Who is Prince William of Wales marrying on Friday 29th April 2011?

2. Where did the couple meet?

3. What subjects did they study at university?

4. Where is the wedding talking place?

5.  Who is William’s paternal grandmother?

6. What branch of the armed forces is William a part of?

7. Where did he receive his secondary education?

8. Where is the couple going to live?

9. When was William born?

10. When and where were William’s parents marry?

Quick Quiz

Posted: November 4, 2010 by milsparkle in general, Quizzes and Puzzles
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1. What are herbivores?

2.  Which underground station on the District line is closed?

3. How many years has Queen Elizabeth II reigned for?

4. Which planet is closest to the moon?

5. Name two plays written by Shakespeare.

6. What are incisors?

7. How many countries in the world are there?

8. When was Enid Blyton born?

9. What is an equation?

In my ghost box I shall put the chill of an empty room

The cries of the dying men echoing through the blooded battlefield

And the tormenting rattles in the widow’s mind

In my ghost box I shall put the screaming cries of nightmares

The deathly hallows of the mist veiled moors

And the cackling witch riding on her broomstick

In my ghost box I shall put the darkness of the battlefield cave

The tears of the drowning girl’s mother in the icy lake

And the thrashing of the chained children in the damp cellar

In my ghost I shall put the blood spraying from the shining sickle’s blade

The rotting corpse under the vulture’s talon

And the suffocating darkness of the closed coffin

ROH,HBL,MC,ID

Education Quiz

Posted: October 30, 2010 by INC in fun, general, Quizzes and Puzzles
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  1. Two of the three leaders of the main political parties attended public school. What is the name of  leader who attended a state secondary school, what was his school called, and what party does he lead?
  2. David Cameron and Boris Johnson both attended the same secondary school. What is its name and how much does it cost per term to be educated there?
  3. When was free elementary education introduced in England?
  4. At what age did it stop?
  5. What percentage of children continued their school education after this age?
  6. What are the ‘three rs’?
  7. When was free secondary education introduced in the UK?
  8. When was school leaving age raised to sixteen?
  9. When will it rise to eighteen?
  10. Who is the Secretary of State for Education?

Submit your answers by 12th November.

Quick quiz

Posted: October 22, 2010 by milsparkle in Quizzes and Puzzles
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1. When was World War 2?

2. Which theatre in London is showing Priscilla?

3. Warsaw is the capital of which country?

4. What is the square route of 100?

5. Who is the Chancellor of the Exchequer?

6. What was the name of the dog in Peter Pan?

7. What is the correct name for your knee bone?

8. How many pods are there on the London Eye?

9. Who was the author of 101 Dalmations?

Quick Quiz

Posted: October 15, 2010 by INC in fun, general, Quizzes and Puzzles
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Answer the following questions, leave your answers in the comments box and they will be marked on Thursday! (more…)

As You Like It Quiz

Posted: May 7, 2010 by orlandoayli in fun, general, Globe, Quizzes and Puzzles
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1) As You Like It opens with a dispute between two brothers and the theme of brotherly relationships is central to the play. there are two sets of brothers in the play, what are their names?

A) Duke Frederick and Duke Charles Oliver, Orlando and Jaques De boys

B) Duke Frederick and Duke Charles: Oliver, Orlando and Jaques De boys

C) Duke Frederick and Duke Senior: Oliver and Orlando De boys

D) Duke Frederick and Duke Senior: Oliver, Orlando and Jaques De boys

2. What does Rosalind give Orlando after he defeats Charles the wrestler ?

A) A ring from her finger

B)  A lock from her hair

C) A chain from her neck

D) A letter from her father

3) In act two Amiens sings: Come hither, Come hither, Come hither. Her shall he see no enemy….. What is the following line?

A)  But chiding frosh of winter

B) But stag running through the heather

C) But huntsman, blow and quiver

D) But winter and rough weather

4) Who utters these immortal lines: “all the world`s a stage, all the men and women mearly players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts” ?

A) Touchstone

B) Jaques

C) Duke Senior

D) Rosalind

5) What is Celia`s name while she is disguised in the forest?

A) Aliena

B) Phebe

C) Audrey

D) She does not change her name

6) Why does Rosalind in disguise as Ganynede, agree to pretend to be Rosalind for Orlando

A) So Orlando can practise wooing her

B) Because Orlando misses her

C) To keep them entertained in the forest

D) To cure Orlando of love

7) Who writes a love letter to Rosalind (as Ganymeade)

A) Silvius

B) Amens

C) Orlando

D) Phoebe

8) Which character says, the fool doth think he is wise man knows himself a fool

A) Orlando

B) Jaques

C) Touchstone

D) Duke Frederick

9) Which character does Touchstone reprimand and dismiss for loving Audrey, who Touchstone himself has decided to marry

A) Silvius

B) William

C) Corin

D) Sir Oliver Martext  

10) Why does Frederick return his crown to his brother. Duke Senior.

A) He falls in love

B) He is persuaded to by Jacques

C) He is converted by an old religious man

D) He is attacked by a lion, and thus achieves enlightenment.

This information was based on work soursed from fun trivia .com

Globe Quiz

Posted: March 30, 2010 by INC in fun, Quizzes and Puzzles
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After Easter, pupils and staff across the Evelina Hospital School will be working on a project with the Globe Theatre.

So, what better way to prepare ourselves than a short quiz!

No answers will be be revealed until the Friday after term starts, 23rd April.

So, fingers on the buzzers, here we go.

1. Where in London is Shakepeare’s Globe Theatre?

2. What was Shakepeare’s first name?

3. What shape is the Globe?

4. True or false – in Shakespeare’s day, women were not allowed to be actors.

5. Different flags were used to advertise what type of play was being performed at the Globe. What colour  flag was used to advertise a comedy?

6. Which or these plays is not by Shakespeare:

 Othello

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

WarHorse

As You Like It

7. In which year did the original Globe Theatre burn down?

8. How soon was it rebuilt?

9. Which American actor was the inspiration for rebuilding the new Globe Theatre?

10. When did it open?

In the event of a tie, the winner will be the person who has made the most words (no proper nouns or plurals) of three letters or more from SHAKESPEARE.

Good luck!


This short video shows people arriving at the Globe for a performance. It will give you a bit of an idea what it is like.