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It is every youngster’s dream to play at Wembley Stadium and for Queen’s School that dream is about to become reality after securing their place in the npower Football League U13 Girls Final. Representing Watford FC in the competition, Queen’s School qualified for the grand final after beating Cheney School (representing Oxford United), Brimsham Green School (representing Bristol Rovers) and Coloma Convent School (representing Crystal Palace) in the South regional final of the competition held at Watford.">

It is every youngster’s dream to play at Wembley Stadium and for Queen’s School that dream is about to become reality after securing their place in the npower Football League U13 Girls Final. Representing Watford FC in the competition, Queen’s School qualified for the grand final after beating Cheney School (representing Oxford United), Brimsham Green School (representing Bristol Rovers) and Coloma Convent School (representing Crystal Palace) in the South regional final of the competition held at Watford.

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Competing against Oxford United, Watford and Crystal Palace in the South Regional Final to be held at Watford on 8th February 2011, Faye will attempt to coach Brimsham Green School to victory with her experienced words of wisdom.">

Competing against Oxford United, Watford and Crystal Palace in the South Regional Final to be held at Watford on 8th February 2011, Faye will attempt to coach Brimsham Green School to victory with her experienced words of wisdom.

One hundred and fifty-nine Year 9 pupils participated in a range of hands-on activities, designed to help them think about the impact science and engineering has on their daily lives and helping them to develop their engineering and science related knowledge and skills.">

One hundred and fifty-nine Year 9 pupils participated in a range of hands-on activities, designed to help them think about the impact science and engineering has on their daily lives and helping them to develop their engineering and science related knowledge and skills.

A group of 48 students from Years 4 and 5 were shown some simple ways to save energy in an exciting and engaging way. The interactive day was filled with activities including generating electricity with body movement, working with miniature examples of renewable energy sources, using thermal imaging cameras to see how much heat is emitted from the human body and the effects of insulation Over 9,800 children took part in Climate Cops Academy days across the UK in 2010 and the programme has reached 38,000 students since it began in November 2007.">

A group of 48 students from Years 4 and 5 were shown some simple ways to save energy in an exciting and engaging way. The interactive day was filled with activities including generating electricity with body movement, working with miniature examples of renewable energy sources, using thermal imaging cameras to see how much heat is emitted from the human body and the effects of insulation Over 9,800 children took part in Climate Cops Academy days across the UK in 2010 and the programme has reached 38,000 students since it began in November 2007.