Sixth Form students from Kendrick School in Reading have been joining Queen Anne’s students for life drawing classes.
The L6 A Level biologists went to Harcourt Arboretum outside Oxford on Friday 16 June.
On Monday 27 March, 16 Psychology students journeyed to the Emmanuel Conference Centre in London where they were immersed in the culture of all things psychological.
Despite London’s early morning traffic, the L6 and U6 history students successfully made it to the London Irish Centre in Camden for an Early Tudor Conference accompanied by Dr Ingram and Dr Smith.
Over February half-term, 5 A of our A Level French students travelled to Normandy to fully immerse themselves into French Culture.
It was on a rather wet and windy Friday that 13 A Level Art Students set off by train for the distant shores of St Ives on the Cornish Riviera as reported by our Head of Art, Ms Beales.
On 16 January 2017, our U6 drama students accompanied by Mr Punter, Miss Fitzgerald Wragg and Mr Godfrey were blown away by the RSC production of ‘The Tempest’ in the birthplace of Shakespeare himself, Stratford-upon-Avon.
On Tuesday 28 June, the Art department held its annual Private View in the EAD showcasing the work of A Level Art students.
A reminder that Monday 1 February is the deadline for U4 GCSE Choices and U5 A Level Choices. Please contact Mr Mark Richards, should you have any queries.
Congratulations to one of our recent U6 leavers, Jessica De Mulder, who has won a Satlers’ Institute Award for her A2 Chemistry Investigation work over the last academic year. This is a fantastic achievement for Jessica who was selected from hundreds of OCR Salters A2 chemists from across the country. Jessica, who left Queen Anne’s […]