The Queen Anne's Chronicle
Wednesday 10th December 2014
The second issue of The Queen Anne’s Chronicle, edited by pupils Zuki , L5 and Felicity, U5, is now available to view.
This edition features:
- An interview with Mr Dan Lovell, Teacher of Classics
- ‘Feminism – Equality of the Sexes’ by Rosie Griffin, U5.
- Christmas Treats from Susie Liddell, U5.
- ‘Serial Story’ from PippiRoad.
- A poll collating Favourite Christmas Songs from pupils.
- An interview conducted with Mrs Helen Rich, Michell Housemistress, about Hearing Dogs at Queen Anne’s by Emma Taylor, U5.
- L5 pupil Alice Ives provides an account of her experience as Headmistress for the Day.
- A Book Review based on Malala Yousafzai by Zuki, L5.
- Charlotte Way, L6, provides a feature about the transition from GCSEs to A Levels.
- Miss Bethan Greenhalgh, Teacher of Psychology, writes about ‘Emotional Intelligence: The Eyes have it or do they?’
- A Tribute to Tony Garner by Mr John Owen, Teacher of English.
- A jam-packed feature on Being Vegan.
- Staff give their examples of ‘Christmas Heaven vs Christmas Hell’.
- Lots of fun Christmas puzzles and games to keep you entertained through the festive season.
10 July 2018
It has been a successful few days for girls competing in dance and tennis. The dance squad made their way to The O2 to perform in the finals of a competition and the U13 tennis team performed fantastically at the Independent Schools Tennis Tournament
28 June 2018
On Saturday 23 June, we saw an amazing day of racing for the Queen Anne's Boat Club. We are so proud of the QABC squad after racing two quads to try to qualify and we managed to get one of the squads through to the next stage.
27 June 2018
The Upper Fours, in their Chemistry lessons, have been decorating cookies all in the name of science. This was a great way to bring the topic to life, as they have studying the origins of the periodic table and behaviour of groups I and VII.
24 November 2018
Mark Richards BMUS MMUS FRSA will be presenting 'Tonal Centricity in Selected compositions of the 20th and 21st Century' in The Scott Music Centre