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XQ's 2013 Flyer

The Quite Respectable Chaps present the 2013 edition of the ever popular XQ’s, formerly the “QRC Small Lime”.

The event, now in its tenth year, will be held on Saturday 28th December at QRC Grounds, and will run from 11am until…

Contribution is still only $100 and all collected proceeds go toward the College.

As usual, music will be provided all day long by the Indomitable DJ Colin Chambers.  There will also be competitive small goal football and windball cricket on the day.  Contact the committee for details.

Bring your cooler and walk with pot and cracker.  Drink, play, lime, laugh and catch up with fellow alumni and Royalian friends.

For more information contact the following Chaps committee members:

  • Willard — 681-7438
  • Larry — 486-0591
  • Inshan — 484-7158
  • Gerard — 795-1616
  • Demetrius — 465-4000
  • Ramesh — 766-1909

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The 2013 edition of Pan Royale comes off on Saturday 12th October at The QRC Courtyard.  Start time is 7:00pm sharp.

Experience pan in its majestic glory with performances by bpTT Renegades, Petrotrin Phase II Pan Groove, Neal and Massy Trinidad All Stars and West Indian Tobacco Desperadoes.

Admission is $200, with tickets available at Cleve’s, Crosby’s, Atherley’s on Sutton Street, Kam’s Long Circular Mall, Kenny’s Sports Centre Trinity Mall and the QRC Office.

Come witness the ultimate Pan Royale!

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We extend condolences to the family of Mr. Van-Aden Stewart, former Principal of Queen’s Royal College.

VAN-ADEN STEPHEN STEWART passed away peacefully on 19th July 2013 leaving to mourn his wife Yolande, children Judy-Ann, Stirling, Vanessa, Marcia and Martin Stewart, many other relatives and the Royalian community at large.

Funeral service for the late Van-Aden Stewart takes place at 9:00a.m. on Wednesday 24th July 2013 at St. Anthony’s R. C. Church, Petit Valley, and thence to the St. James Crematorium.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in aid of the Archbishop’s Cathedral Fund.

For enquiries, please contact R. M. de Souza Memorial Chapel Limited, 223-2007 or 637-2009

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A two-week youth business camp for secondary school students aged 13 to 16 years.

From July 22 to August 2, 2013

at the Learning Resource Centre,
University of the West Indies, St. Augustine.

Registration $600

Learn how to:

  1. Generate creative business ideas
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  4. Start and run a successful small business
  5. Develop useful life skills, like leadership, teamwork, motivation, decision making, and conflict resolution.

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International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) T&T, in collaboration with Citizens for Conservation, is celebrating International Day for Monuments and Sites with a series of articles featuring heritage buildings in the T&T Guardian. Today is the fourth instalment in the series and features Queen’s Royal College, St Clair. The theme for the International Day for Monuments and Sites is the Heritage of Education.

Throughout history and in different geo-cultural contexts, education was practised in a wide range of places or buildings. Open spaces, or the protective shadow of a tree, could be useful for the transmission of knowledge, but so too were specific institutional buildings, such as schools, universities, churches, academies, libraries, monasteries, etc.

Many of those buildings, groups of buildings or sites are recognised as bearing not only social or institutional values, but also historic or artistic ones and have therefore become a significant part of our cultural heritage. ICOMOS T&T seeks to raise public awareness of the full diversity of cultural heritage places and landscapes of national or local significance.

For further information on the day, previous themes, support material and the calendar of activities around the world, go to the International Day for Monuments and Sites page of the ICOMOS International Web site.

Queen’s Royal College
Still regarded as one of the leading schools for secondary education, Queen’s Royal College is situated at the corner of St Clair Avenue and Maraval Road. The Main Block, so called because it was the first structure on the site, stands majestic, complete with a lighted clock-tower and chiming clock. Queen’s Royal College is considered to be the most striking of the buildings of the Magnificent Seven.

The foundation stone for the building was laid on November 11, 1902, by Sir Courtenay Knollys, who was the acting governor of the day. Daniel M Hahn designed the structure. Hahn was chief draughtsman of the Public Works Department and an old boy of Queen’s Royal College, during the period when the school was housed at the Princes Building.

The architecture of the Main Block is German Renaissance in style, evident by its solid appearance. Constructed at a cost of £15,000, the original building accommodated six classrooms for 30 boys each. The lecture hall could hold over five hundred people at a time when the student population was less than two hundred. Main Block 75, a magazine produced by the College to mark the 75th Anniversary of the main building, gives the architectural description of Queen’s Royal College.

Notwithstanding the German origin of the plan, a legacy perhaps of Mr Hahn’s student days in Berlin, the design of the interior is very definitely tropical with a delightfully aristocratic touch from the days when European school architecture was austere. The grandeur of the Main Block made a great deal of sense, and even if today old traditions are no longer, there is no escaping the eloquence of any public edifice which outspans living memory as the Main Block soon will.

Restoration is in progress on Queen’s Royal College with the original colours being retained. During the restoration, process paint was carefully stripped from the walls to be able to identify the original colours. Decorative panels to the classrooms were revealed and are being restored in certain selected areas.

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QRC French teacher Fiona Gosine announces the launch of her website, Madame G’s Francais, with web address at http://frenchteacher05.weebly.com/

Here site visitors will find course outlines and class information through the school year, as well as the teacher’s blog.

Students and parents are asked to provide feedback, as this can only help to encourage and make this initiative a success.

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QRC OBA presents Chefs Royal 2012: A Gold & Blue Affair on July 28th, 2012.

Come Dine, Lime and Experience a Royal Affair.

Dinner runs from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM.

The event will feature various door prizes and other giveaways, and there will be live entertainment during the evening.

Tickets are TT$350 and can be ordered at the following numbers:

  • 753-9892,
  • 461, 6893
  • 387-2411
  • 472-4204
  • 766-7289, and
  • 681-7879

Special Blue Offer: $300 for Early Bird Tickets bought before July 1st, 2012!

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