On Wednesday 18 January, girls from Queen Anne’s were treated to a workshop about many people’s favourite thing, chocolate! It was run by Queen Anne’s Old Girl, Caragh Knight.
As the school looks forward to Biology Week 2016, officially starting on Saturday, pupils at Queen Anne’s are getting ready to participate in a number of exciting and thought-provoking activities to celebrate the week.
On Tuesday 3 November, 49,005 learners registered around the world in 18 countries participated in an attempt to gain the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Maths and Science Lesson. At Queen Anne’s, 55 L4 pupils, encourage by their teachers, participated in a lesson on DNA. Part of the lesson consisted of calculating the […]
As Biology Week 2015 officially commences this Sunday, pupils at Queen Anne’s are getting ready to participate in competitions which will test their knowledge and photography skills. Girls will be given the opportunity to participate in two competitions: “The Royal Society of Biology Quiz” will test the girls’ general knowledge and a photography competition with […]
On Monday 28 September, our L4 pupils travelled to Beale Park as part of a school Biology trip. Please find below for a writeup of the trip: “Beale Park was really good fun. Once we had arrived, we began by pond dipping in small groups. We caught an array of different organisms including water stick-insects, pond skaters […]
Queen Anne’s School had a thrilling time in National Biology Week 2014. Biology Busking took place in the science centre. Students took part in many activities, including blind tasting, mini beast safari, ‘name that bone’, bendy bones, naked eggs and brain clock to name a few. Buddy (the Cavachon) and Linus (the Cocker Spaniel) were […]
This week, Queen Anne’s School are celebrating National Biology Week with some exciting activities, experiments and quizzes. On Monday, Biology Busking took place in the Science Centre. Students could take part in many activities, including blind tasting, mini beast safari, ‘name that bone’, bendy bones, naked eggs and brain clock to name a few. Buddy […]
On Monday 29 September, the L4 year group took part in a Biology trip where they travelled to Beale Park, a wildlife park near Pangbourne. The visit involved practical field work where the L4 pupils had the opportunity to use the ponds in the grounds and look at the adaptations of the animals kept in […]