On Thursday 22 June 2017, all the 4s explored the Natural History Museum in London.
As the school looks forward to Biology Week 2016, officially starting on Saturday, pupils at Queen Anne’s are getting ready to participate in a number of exciting and thought-provoking activities to celebrate the week.
On Monday 28 September, our L4 pupils travelled to Beale Park as part of a school Biology trip. Please find below for a writeup of the trip: “Beale Park was really good fun. Once we had arrived, we began by pond dipping in small groups. We caught an array of different organisms including water stick-insects, pond skaters […]
To celebrate British Science Week, which runs from Friday 13 March until Sunday 22 March, Queen Anne’s have organised a number of fun science activities for pupils to enjoy. To help launch British Science Week, this week there have been a number of new fluffy arrivals in the shape of chicks. The chicks have been […]
This week, Queen Anne’s School are celebrating National Biology Week with some exciting activities, experiments and quizzes. On Monday, Biology Busking took place in the Science Centre. Students could take part in many activities, including blind tasting, mini beast safari, ‘name that bone’, bendy bones, naked eggs and brain clock to name a few. Buddy […]
On Wednesday 26 June, the Lower Sixth Biologists visited Greenfield Farm and Watlington Hill on an ecology field day. At the farm the girls were given a tour of a flower meadow, which is managed as part of the Countryside Stewardship Scheme. The owner of the site, Mr Andrew Ingram, whose daughters attended Queen Anne’s, took […]