On Friday 22 February, the U4s demonstrated their considerable business acumen by pitching ideas for new brands of mineral water to a panel of business people. The ideas ranged from water taken from the foothills of Everest to sculpted bottles for impressive dinner parties. The pitches were presented with confidence and flair. The television advertisements, […]
On Sunday, 24 February, the Holmes house kitchen was transformed into a Sushi making delight. An and Ayaka took on the responsibility of teaching girls from the junior house how to make Sushi. Preparation was key and the girls were soon given individual jobs to perform, before using all the ingredients to create some delicious […]
The Thursday before half term saw the departure of 40 girls and 6 staff for a Chamber Choir and Saxaholics tour to New York. This exciting trip was the culmination of many months of planning and it promised to be an amazing experience for all. Our arrival was met with by one or the worst […]
We are looking forward to welcoming Sarah Newton to our school this Thursday, for a talk on ‘The Teen Years, Don’t Get Mad Get Through It’. The talk will take place in the forum and parents are welcome to join us at 5.30pm. L4/4 – 3.30pm U4 -4.30pm
Last evening, Wisdome House wrestled the House Drama trophy from previous holders Wilkins in a very close competition. The competition was a “Play-in-a-Day” format and none of the girls knew what it was that they would have to do until after lunchtime. At 1.00pm, 10 girls from each of the junior Houses assembled in the […]
Scene Theatre Company visited dramaramaland on the 4 February with their touring production of “Dr Faustus” by Christopher Marlowe. The three actors condensed the original play into a fast and furious (should that be “faust” and furious?), energy-packed 60 minutes and took questions from some of the girls during the break. In the evening the […]
You are invited to the Queen Anne’s School Open Morning on Saturday 14 September, when tours will take place between 9.30am and 11.00am. Get to know us We are an independent school for over 430 girls aged 11 – 18. Approximately half the girls board and half attend as day pupils. Our Open Mornings are designed […]
A teacher’s perspective Early in September the L6 girls all took on the challenge to learn ballroom dancing. Somewhat nervous they all arrived at the first practice not quite sure what awaited them. If they were nervous, their male counterparts were even more so and the smell of perfume and cologne would long linger in […]
Natalie Gass and Xanthe Sloane, who are both in L4 did a great project on why they love being in L4 – click here to take a look!
Queen Anne’s School governor and Head of English at Eton Jonathan Noakes ‘Boarding schools: moving with the times’ article for the Telegraph: ‘Schools are innovating to extend the appeal and availability of the boarding experience, says teacher, parent and former pupil Jonathan Noakes.’ Please click here to read the full article.