Quiz Club

6.3.18 Quiz

This week’s winning team was In It To Win It with 7/10

  1. What is the most expensive property on a standard British monopoly board?
  2. Ping-pong is an alternative name for which sport?
  3. At more than 6.5 million square miles, what is the largest country in the world?
  4. Which car maker makes the Fiesta, Ka and Mondeo models?
  5. Who painted the Mona Lisa?
  6. Re-arrange to make a vegetable. GREBAUNIE
  7. Who were all the King’s horses and men unable to put together again?
  8. Who picked a peck of pickled pepper?
  9. What was the name of Harry Potter’s pet owl?
  10. What kind of animal is Beatrix Potter’s Mrs Tiggy-Winkle?




  1. Mayfair   2) Table Tennis   3) Russia   4) Ford     5) Leonardo da Vinci    6) Aubergine     7) Humpty Dumpty      8) Peter Piper     9) Hedwig    10)  Hedgehog
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27.2.18 Quiz

This week’s winning team was #BestiesForever with 8/10

  1. Which is the only vowel not on the top row of a computer keyboard?
  2. What is the innermost colour of a rainbow?
  3. ‘Feline’ means referring to which animal?
  4. Which planet is known as the red planet?
  5. In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, what is Charlie’s surname?
  6. Re-arrange to make a sea creature. BOSLRET
  7. How many faces do 3 cubes have?
  8. Cocker, Springer and King Charles are varieties of which breed of dog?
  9. Which leaves can be used to soothe the pain from stinging nettles?
  10. In which sport might you do a slam dunk?


  1. A   2) Violet   3) Cat    4) Mars     5) Bucket    6) Lobster     7) 18      8) Spaniel     9) Dock  leaves    10)  Basketball
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20.2.18 Quiz

This week’s winning team was #BestiesForever with 8/10

  1. Tokyo is the capital city of which country?
  2. Name the baby in The Simpsons.
  3. Name all the months that have 30 days.
  4. How many days in a leap year?
  5. Who was the first to find a golden ticket in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?
  6. Re-arrange to make a pasta dish. LSGNAAE
  7. How many faces does a square based pyramid have?
  8. How many sides do 18 pentagons have altogether?
  9. What colour is an emerald?
  10. The olympic games are held every ___ years.


  1. Japan   2) Maggie   3) Apr, June, Sept. Nov    4) 366     5) Augustus Gloop    6) lasagne     7) 5      8) 90     9) green    10)  4 years
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6.2.18 Quiz

This week’s winning team was Pom Pom Squad with 5/10

  1. On which day does Easter day occur?
  2. What is the capital of Spain?
  3. Which 2 colours make up the English flag?
  4. What name is given to the hot liquid that spills out of volcanoes?
  5. How many in a dozen?
  6. How many spots altogether on a regular dice?
  7. What does SOS stand for?
  8. Re-arrange these to make a fairy tale  TOWSHENWI
  9. What is the fastest land animal?
  10. What word beginning with P occurs when a plant uses light to make food?


1)Sunday   2) Madrid   3) red and white    4) lava     5) 12    6) 21     7)Save Our Souls      8) Snow White     9) cheetah    10)  photosynthesis

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30.1.18 Quiz

This week’s winning team was In It To Win It with 9/10

  1. Which of these is a prime number? 24, 17, 51
  2. If something happen bi-annually, how many times per year does it happen?
  3. Which is the greater distance – a kilometre or a mile?
  4. Which colour ball should never be potted in snooker?
  5. Add together all the numbers on a 12 hour clock. What is the total?
  6. Which breed of dog did Cruella De Vil try and steal?
  7. Rearrange to form a food. OATTMO
  8. Who is next in line to the throne?
  9. How many wives did Henry 8th have?
  10. Complete the book title – Harry Potter and the Half …


1)17   2) 2 times   3) mile    4) white     5) 78    6) Dalmatian     7)Tomato      8) Prince Charles     9) 6 wives    10)  Blood Prince

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23.1.18 Quiz Club

This week’s winning team was Pom Pom Squad with 8/10.

  1. Which 2 colours mix together to make purple?
  2. How many wheels to 17 tricycles have?
  3. Which of these shapes do not tessellate with other identical shapes? SQUARE, CIRCLE, RECTANGLE
  4. Re-arrange these letter to make a school subject. EGAPGORYH
  5. What does the French word ‘cheval’ mean?
  6. Which planet lies between Venus and Mars?
  7. What does the Roman numeral V stand for?
  8. Name the lion from the book, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.
  9. Which mythological horse-like creature has a horn on its head?
  10. Which family film features the character Kevin Mccallister?


1)red and blue     2) 51     3) circle     4) geography     5) horse      6)Earth      7) 5     8) Aslan    9) unicorn    10) Home Alone

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9.1.18 Quiz

This week’s winner was Alathea!

How many would you have got correct?

Q1. If Christmas Day falls on a Tuesday what day will New Year’s Day be on?

Q2. What is the main colour of Mickey Mouse’s sorcerer’s hat?

Q3. In the Wizard of Oz who does Dorothy meet immediately after the scarecrow?

Q4. How many legs do 7 insects have?

Q5. The Rockerfeller Center is found in which city?

Q6. What date is Valentine’s Day?

Q7. What is the name of your two front teeth?

Q8. How many Kkgs in 1 million grammes?

Q9. What would you find inside a sarcophagus?

Q10. Reaarange these letters to form a time of the year YERAFBUR?


Q1. Tuesday Q2. Blue Q3. Tin Man. Q4. 42. Q5. New York. Q6. 14th February. Q7. Incisors. Q8. 1000. Q9. A mummy Q10. February

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5.12.17 Christmas Quiz

This week’s winning team was ‘Pom Pom Squad’ with 7 out of 10.

How many would you have got correct?

Q1. What did the 2nd wise man bring for baby Jesus?

Q2. Who was the king that wanted to kill baby Jesus?

Q3. How many days from Christmas Day to New Year’s Day?

Q4. On Christmas Day what would you find a joke inside of?

Q5. How many doors do you traditionally open on an advent calendar?

Q6. How many days are there in the month of December?

Q7. Which fictional character has the famous catchphrase ‘Bah Humbug’?

Q8. In which language is Santa known as Pere Noel?

Q9. In which town, beginning with N, was Jesus raised as a child?

Q10. Santa is also known as Saint…?


Q1. Frankincense Q2. King Herod. Q3. 7. Q4. Cracker. Q5. 24. Q6. 31. Q7. Scrooge. Q8. French. Q9. Nazareth. Q10. Nicholas

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28.11.17 Quiz

This week’s winners was again ‘Pretty Little Things’ with 7 out of 10. Pom Pom Squad also got 7 out of 10 so it went to a tie-break question which was “In which year did Prince Charles and Diana get married?”

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Q1. In the song ’12 Days of Christmas’ how many gold rings were given?

Q2. Which Royal has got engaged this week?

Q3. 1st December marks the start of what in the Christian calendar?

Q4. Florence Nightingale was known as the Lady with the…?

Q5. In Harry Potter, the Triwizard Tournament is traditionally a tournament between how many wizards?

Q6. Who is Batman’s sidekick?

Q7. How many faces do 4 square-based pyramids have?

Q8. California is on the East side of America. True or false?

Q9. Rearrange these letters to make a fruit traditionally found in a Christmas stocking. STUMASA

Q10. What word beginning with E describes the process that happens to the water when a puddle dries up?



Q1. 5 Q2. Prince Harry. Q3. Advent. Q4. Lamp. Q5. 3. Q6. Robin. Q7. 20. Q8. False. Q9. Satsuma. Q10. Evaporation

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21.11.17 Quiz

This week’s winners of the quiz was the team ‘Pretty Little Things’ with a fantastic 9 out of 10!

How many would you have got correct?

Q1. All Hallows Eve gives rise to which celebration?

Q2. How many are in 6 dozen?

Q3. What is the name of an angle greater than 90 degrees?

Q4. O2 is the chemical symbol for what?

Q5. What was Little Miss Muffet eating whilst sitting on her tuffet?

Q6. What is the main ingredient in an omelette?

Q7. What does it mean if something is opaque?

Q8. Unscramble these letters to form a Roald Dahl story. TAMILAD

Q9. Where would you find the Golden Gate Bridge?

Q10. What is the name of the tunnel linking France and England?



Q1. Halloween. Q2. 72. Q3. Obtuse. Q4. Oxygen. Q5. Curds and Whey. Q6. Egg. Q7. You cannot see through it. Q8. Matilda. Q9. San Francisco. Q10. The Channel Tunnel.

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