The history department has been looking at the way in which things for women changed due to the impact of the First World War including the government granting some women the right to vote. Some of the girls made Votes for Women sashes, rosettes, posters and flags as part of our lessons.
On Thursday 1 February 2018, Queen Anne’s School was delighted to host the annual Careers, Universities and Gap Fair an over 40 representatives from the world of work, universities and gap year providers joined us.
On Thursday 1 February, Queen Anne’s will be hosting its annual Careers, Universities and
Gap fair. The evening will run from 6.30pm until 8.30pm and is a fantastic opportunity for
students from U4 to U6, together with parents, to start to consider the career path or
university that they might wish to follow or consider in the future.
On Monday 29 January L6 Economics students prepare for the Young Enterprise Competition. The seminar gave the participants a chance to acquire essential information and guidance about writing their final company reports and on effective presentation skills.
Read the latest music new from Queen Anne’s from over the last week.
On Friday 26 January our U4 girls came together, in aid of Holocaust Memorial Day, to watch a live webcast from Holocaust survivor, Janine Webber.
On Friday 12 January the U4 were visited by QAS Society Members for an interactive ‘World of Work’ day. This gave our current girls the opportunity to talk about their career aspirations with girls who have already walked in their footsteps.
The 4s visited Highdown School to hear from inspirational children’s author Michael Grant talk about his writing and the latest novel in his Soldier Girl series.
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. […]
U5 pupils Rosie Griffin and Susie Liddel, inspired by the ‘Lean In’ project and Emma Watson’s recent UN speech hosted assembly this week. Below is the transcript of what took place: [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dynbzMlCcw[/youtube] S: Feminism. R: What do you think of when you see this word? S: Do you picture an angry and bitter female protester […]