The Sixth Form Spanish students from Queen Anne’s went to London to watch La Casa de Bernarda Alba in Spanish at the Cervantes Institute.
At the start of the Trinity Term, we were delighted to welcome ITV Meridian to Queen Anne’s to film a short news piece with our pupils, following our articles in The Sunday Times. The news piece focused on how our teaching staff use music within lessons to effectively harness the girls’ knowledge, in order to […]
Very early on Friday the 24 of October, our L5 and U5 girls visited the capital of Spain, Madrid, for a cultural visit to this bustling and interesting city. It was a six day busy itinerary, including travelling to Toledo and Segovia. The trip was blessed with unusual summer weather, 25-30 degrees on average. On arrival, […]
On Monday 3 February, Queen Anne’s hosted the Firewalk Theatre Company, who performed El Camino de Santiago in front of L5, L6 and U6 students studying Spanish, as well as pupils from The Abbey School. The play tells the story of itinerant magician, Santiago Pérez, and his journey to Finisterre accompanied by his daughter, Miranda. The performance took […]