Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School for Boys

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Coordinates: 51°39′06″N 0°11′48″W / 51.6518°N 0.1968°W / 51.6518; -0.1968

Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet (known as QE Boys) is a boys' grammar school in Barnet, North London, which was founded in 1573 by Edward Underne, Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester and others, in the name of Queen Elizabeth I..

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It has a specialist status in Music[1] and also from April 2009 as a Training School [2] It is one of the most academically successful secondary schools in England and was chosen as The Sunday Times State School of the Year 2007[3][4][5].The school was the subject of some controversy in the 1990s[6], but an Ofsted report published in January 2008 stated: "It is held in very high regard by the vast majority of students and their parents, and rightly so."[7][8]

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