Professor David Read joins us at Queen Anne’s for an interesting morning lecture: “Designing and Building a Bio-fuel Car”
The Senior Maths Challenge will take place in the School Hall, on Tuesday 6 November from 8:35am. Good luck to all of our competing mathematicians!
L4’s have recently been awarded their Bunsen burner licences in science, and set out to do their first big experiment following this: to make copper sulphate crystals.
On Friday 5 October, Queen Anne’s girls were treated to an inspiring talk by Hannah, Gemma, Anna, and Pepper the robot, from Volume Ltd.
On Thursday 4 October 2018, 19 U6 Economics students had the opportunity to attend the Institute of Economics Affairs Student Conference which was hosted by Reading Blue Coat School.
The Lower Five Biology students will be travelling to Marwell Zoo on Thursday 21 June as part of their ongoing scientific studies.
Last week L4A continued to develop their knowledge and understanding of the Inca Empire by building their very own Inca-style rope bridge.
In assembly, the school was invited to hear a presentation from Abby S (L6) who shared her experiences of travelling to NASA. Abby has written a short summary of her trip below and would be delighted to share her story.
This week Queen Anne’s has been celebrating British Science Week across the school.
Pupils at Queen Anne’s are preparing to become space biologists and embark on a voyage of discovery by growing seeds that have been into space with Tim Peake, the British Astronaut currently orbiting the earth on the International Space Station. In September, 2kg of rocket seeds were flown to the International Space Station (ISS) on […]