On Thursday 28 September, British poet Duncan Forbes visited Queen Anne’s to deliver poetry workshops for our U4 and U5 on National Poetry Day.
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.
On Thursday 25 September, our L4 pupils travelled to Highdown School in Reading to hear bestselling children’s author, Michelle Paver, talk about her writing and her latest novel ‘The Eye of the Falcon.’ Annabel, L4, provides us with a review of the trip: “Last week all of the L4 year group went on a trip […]
This year we celebrated World Book Day in typical Queen Anne’s style. The girls adorned themselves in a range of colourful, imaginative and creative costumes that ranged from a pair of chillies from Delia Smith’s Cookbook to Fayha Mohammed, who painted herself purple and came as Violet from Charlie in the Chocolate Factory. The overall […]
A former Queen Anne’s pupil, who is now a published author, returned to school last Thursday. Katherine Preston, a writer and speaker who now lives in Brooklyn, visited the school to enjoy a catch up with Mrs Green, Teacher of English and Mrs Harrington, Headmistress, following her performance at the Henley Literary Festival on 6 […]
It may be freezing outside, but there’s a warm glow of pride in dramaramaland after the first weekend of the Woodley Arts Festival saw Queen Anne’s thespians begin in dramatic style! This year we have more girls than ever competing in the competition and the omens are looking good for the biggest medal haul yet. […]
Girls from across the school celebrated World Book Day through competitions, fancy dress and writing on Thursday 7 March. The costumes were wonderful and varied, from seven dwarves, with hair doubling as fairy tale beards, to Alice in Wonderland and Willy Wonka, complete with golden tickets. As part of World Book Day, Tim Bowler, prize-winning author of River Boy […]