To celebrate the end of term, Queen Anne’s pupils held their annual ‘Bust Up’ event on Wednesday 14 December.
Queen Anne’s wins the 2016 TES Independent Schools Award for ‘outstanding post-16 innovative provision’ for The Space which was designed to fulfil the philosophy behind its BrainCanDo educational neuroscience project.
Exeat begins at 16:30 & buses depart at 16:30 Boarders are to return on Sunday 20 November 20:00 – L4 – U4 Boarders back in school 20:30 – L5 – U5 Boarders back in school 21:00 – L6 – U6 Boarders back in school
Half Term begins at 4:30 – Girls are free to leave if they have no other commitments
On the morning of Tuesday 18 October, Drama Teacher, Mr Godfrey, and his nine U5 drama girls travelled to the South Hill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell for their technical and dress rehearsal of Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’.
On Tuesday 18 October, our U15 and U13 swimming teams competed in the St Mary’s School Swimming Gala, achieving 2nd place for both categories and producing some stunning individual performances.
On Sunday 16 October, four keen riders from our Queen Anne’s Equestrian Team braved the elements in deepest Hampshire to participate in a horse riding competition at Sparsholt.
Congratulations to U6 student, Antonia, who has won a spectacular three Gold medals at the recent Maidenhead Festival of Music and Dance.
Read all about our sporting news from the past seven days.
On Monday 10 October, the L4 year group travelled by coach to Brighton to participate in the MMA Festival of Singing, alongside other prep and senior schools from around the south of England.