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Elizabeth College Virtual Quiz

Bringing our College community together, this time with a virtual quiz for all the family to enjoy!

For the next event in our series of community challenges, please join us for some family fun at our Elizabeth College Virtual Quiz Night which is open to all ages from Acorn House to OEs. Enter as a team, as an individual family or with your bubble. There will be 4 rounds and it will last approximately 40 minutes.

Date: Friday 22nd May
Time: 18:30

How to participate:
  • Please email with the phrase ‘I would like to quiz’ and we will send an auto reply inviting you to join the Zoom quiz
  • Download the zoom app
  • Join the meeting/quiz with your team at 18:30 on Friday 22nd May with your camera off and rename yourself with your team name if possible
  • Complete all 4 rounds, have fun and email your team name and final score to
  • Participation and achievement will be celebrated the following week!
We are limited to 100 teams so please sign up only once per team and don’t miss out!

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