Queen’s High School offers a variety of activities that girls’ can take part in during their lunchtimes,these include:
Students from all levels meet throughout the year, usually at lunchtimes, to discuss political issues of international concern, with a special emphasis on human rights
Queen’s Christian Group
When the demand exists, this group will meet throughout the year to discuss matters of mutual interest in relation to their faith
The debating club meets regularly to prepare for inter-school debates. Students from all levels take part
For students from all levels who have a concern for the environment and a willingness to take action. Normally meet at lunchtimes
Regular meetings throught the year for students of all levels who have a care for our community and the people in it, and a willingness to seek active solutions to problems
An informal group of students from throughout the school who have a shared interest in books and libraries in general and a willingness to learn about and assist with library tasks.
A group of students with journalistic and presentation skills who work throughout the year towards the annual end-of-year publication of the Queen’s Magazine
Students from any level who wish to further their ability to address audiences may wish to join our Public Speaking club
Students with presentation skills assist with the regular publication of a Queen’s News pamphlet.
Elected representatives from each form level meet regularly as a forum for the discussion of matters of interest to the student body and to work towards making Queen’s an even better place for their learning and recreation
Students Against Drunk Driving
Students from any level may join this group that works at confronting the international problem of those who drive while intoxicated. Regular meetings throughout the year
Young New Zealanders Challenge
Students of any level can become invloved in this national programme to win awards at various levels. These awards recognise abilities in a wide a variety of physical, social and academic skills