On Thursday 15 March we hosted our third annual BrainCanDo Conference and the theme for the day was ‘Pathways from Neuroscience to the Classroom’. Our speakers included Professor Michael Thomas, Dr Dean Burnett and Dr Amy Fancourt.
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.
On Monday 7 March, some of our Queen Anne’s girls attended the Writing For Teenagers Conference at Leighton Park School.
On Friday 6 and Saturday 7 March, Queen Anne’s School hosted a two-day BrainCanDo conference attended by students, teachers, parents and academics. The programme commenced with the BrainCanDo Inspiring Women Conference on Friday 6 March, in conjunction with International Women’s Day. Over 450 delegates, including students from years 10 – 13 and teachers, were in […]
On Saturday 14 February, an article written by Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore featured in The Telegraph discussing the teenage brain and the neuroscientific research that is currently being undertaken by Blakemore and a team of international neuroscientists. Click here to read the online article Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore will be speaking at our upcoming BrainCanDo: The Mystery of […]
Music is Instrumental Tuesday 14 June 2016, BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London An exploration of music and learning Neuroscientists have known for some time that music has an effect on the brain. With the latest neuroimaging techniques we can actually see what those changes look like. But what actually happens when we make music? When we […]
Held in London
The aim of the Saturday conference is to discuss and debate the future of education and how best to prepare students. This conference is open to academics, professionals and parents. The event will include key speakers and experts in the field of business, technology, and education to share and debate on the future of education. […]
Held in London
Conference will take place in Manchester