Over the May Half-Term, 41 girls and 4 staff embarked with our two guides Julian and John on our trip to Belgium and Northern France to visit Battlefield sites, memorials, cemeteries and museums in the Ypres Salient and the area around Arras in Northern France.
Last week L4A continued to develop their knowledge and understanding of the Inca Empire by building their very own Inca-style rope bridge.
The History department will be taking the U4 and L5 History students on a World War I Battlefields trip to key historical sites in both Belgium and France.
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.
Held in the Conference Room.
Monday 21 October As we go into this new week, we prepare for our service of thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey on Friday. Queen Anne’s was founded by eight merchants (Samuel Boulte and Richard Ffyler were drapers; John Holmes a seller of soap and candles; Richard Maddock was a cheese maker; Samuel Michell a bookseller and […]
The 4s visited the Natural History Museum in London on Monday 1 July. The girls visited the Human Biology gallery, where they had the opportunity to listen to what a baby experiences in the womb, test out their memory, and learn all about cells and genetics. In addition the girls explored the dinosaur exhibition and saw […]
The Chalke Valley History Festival is unique, with a literary history festival and living history through the ages. Attracting some 13,000 in only its second year in 2012, 2013 promises to be even better. For further information please visit www.cvhf.org.uk