Junior Quiz  F2 – F3

Seen Art


1. The primary colours are red, yellow and blue, but what are the secondary colours?
2. What is kinetic art?
3. What do we call a series of circles which have the same central point?
4. How many strings does a violin have?
5. What is the name of the person that keeps all of the instruments playing in time in an orchestra?
6. Which recent children’s movie had a song called ‘Trip a little light fantastic’ in it?
7. How many players does each team start with in a professional football match?
8. Which countries make up the Six Nations in the rugby championship?
9. When was the London Olympics?
10. The Mesozoic Era (250-65 million years ago) includes which three periods?
11. Who was Mary Anning?
12. Which architect designed a brand new St Paul’s Cathedral after it burnt down in The Great Fire of London?
13. How many years did it take to build St Paul’s Cathedral?
14. In the 420s, the British were ruled by a Saxon ruler called Vortigern.  This wasn’t his real name, but a title given to him. What did it mean?
15. Which famous memorial of the Great Fire of London stands at the junction of Monument St and Fish St Hill?
16. Where did Socrates, Plato and Aristotle come from?
17. How many continents are there and what are they?
18. What is the largest hot desert in the world?
19. In which continent is the Amazon rainforest?
20. Who is our Prime Minister?
21. Where does our Prime Minister live?
22. Which four countries make up the UK?
23. What is Brexit?
24. What do these symbols mean?
25. For how many years has Queen Elizabeth II been on the throne?


Senior Quiz F4 – F6

1. Art
2. What do the H and B stand for in the grade of a pencil?
3. What is 1,2, and 3 point perspective?
4. During the Renaissance period, artists sought patronage. What was this and what was the relationship between artist and patron?
5. Marc Chagall’s paintings crossed several genres, one of which was Surrealism. How did his work fit this category?
6. What does each ring on the Olympic flag represent?
7. Which major tournament did the England Vitality Roses win in 2018?
8. What is the meaning of a hat trick in Football?  
9. Name three instruments that are in the same family as the trumpet,
10. Who wrote the music for such films as Star Wars, E.T., and Harry Potter?
11. When was the piano believed to have been invented?
12. Which philosopher said which of these quotes: Plato, Aristotle, Socrates?

A)“I can not teach anybody anything. I can only make them think”?

B) “The object of education is to teach us to love what is beautiful”?

C) “The Routes of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet”.

13. The word philosophy comes from the Greek meaning ‘love of _________?’
14. What was the Penny Black?
15. Which King of England famously had a stammer?
16. Who was Emmeline Pankhurst?
17. How many lines are there in a sonnet?
18. Whose plays include The Importance of Being Earnest and An Ideal Husband?
19. Which two cities provide the settings for Charles Dicken’s A Tale of Two Cities?
Science & Geography
20. Who was the first woman in space?
21. How long does it take for the sun’s rays to reach Earth?
22. Which country has the most active volcanoes?
International Affairs
23. Which Nobel Peace Prize Winner said “it always seems impossible until it’s done”?


Which Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was known as the British Bulldog because of his fighting spirit and uncanny resemblance to the canine?
25. The name LEGO derives from two Danish words, Ieg godt what do they mean?