On Friday we said goodbye, and good luck, to our U6 leavers, who celebrated their last day by transforming the school into QASFest!
The L6 students will be travelling to Henley-on-Thames with The Oratory School as part of their Geography A level course. They will also have the chance to explore the River and Rowing Museum, where there will be an opportunity to examine artefacts from Henley’s history, which are not usually available to the public.
On Tuesday 6 March we visited St Hugh’s College for a talk about applying to the University of Oxford.
On Tuesday 27 February 2018, the L6 mathematicians attended a ‘Maths Inspiration’ talk at the Hexagon, consisting of talks from Matt Parker, Hannah Fry, David Acheson and Hugh Hunt, speaking on ‘A Random Talk, ‘Pi, Pizza and the Electric Guitar’ and ‘Maths in a Spin’.
A very big congratulations to all U6 girls that were involved in the creation of drama production ‘Noises Off’, it was a roaring success with attendance from friends, family and teachers. The girls organised this production entirely themselves with no staff assistance which is a fantastic achievement.
Prefects, Lori and Fabie (U6) sat down and interviewed three girls, who are currently in the Lower Sixth, to talk about their views since joining the Sixth Form at Queen Anne’s. Caitlin, who is a boarder, Amelia, new to the school at the beginning of the academic year and Maya, a day girl, told their perspectives on Sixth Form life.
Earlier in the term, the Lower Sixth attended a lecture given by Professor Kerry Brown, Professor of Chinese Studies at King’s College, London.
On Thursday 3 March, Queen Anne’s Sixth Form drama students participated in a drama trip to see “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time” at the Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, in London. Drama teachers, Mr Godfrey and Mrs Scott, alongside our Sixth Form drama pupils, all thoroughly enjoyed Simon Stephens’ dramatic adaptation of the […]
Four Queen Anne’s Sixth Form students are preparing for their directorial debut as they stage the school’s first-ever student directed musical production of ‘Annie’. Performances of the Broadway musical will take place at school in February to help raise money for the local charity ‘Rosie’s Rainbow Fund.’ The production has been organised, cast and directed […]
On Thursday 26 November, schools from the Westminster City and Grey Coat Hospital Foundations joined together for the Foundation Schools’ Essay Competition Awards Supper, held at Emanuel School. The Foundation Essay Competition is an opportunity for students from the five foundation schools to display their calibre and qualities as a scholar through submitting an independent, […]