Results (H): Queen Anne's vs The Holt

Congratulations to U12A, U13A and U14A teams who won their netball matches against The Holt on Wednesday 26 February. Please see below for the full set of results: U12A – Won 10-8 Player of the Match: N. Jones Commended: M. Clark and G. Ralston U13A – Won 19-1 Player of the Match: A. Lovett Commended: C. Cooper and  A. […]

Spanish Firewalk Theatre Company Workshop

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 […]

Queen Anne's Feature In The Sunday Telegraph

Queen Anne’s Voces8 group feature in an article in The Sunday Telegraph entitled ‘Can music make your child cleverer?’ Published on Sunday 23 February, the article explores new evidence suggesting that if a child is actively involved in music-making for as little as 30 minutes to an hour a week (as opposed to being passively […]

Lacrosse Success For Queen Anne's Students

Congratulations to Harriet Foster, U6, Jessica De Mulder, L6, Fiona Gray, L6 and Alexandra Crowther, L6, who have all been selected to join the Southwest Lacrosse Regional Team. A special mention must also be made about Alexandra, who will be joining the Southwest A Team in the highly sought-after position of Centre. The Southwest Regional […]

Queen Anne's Young Entrepreneurs Win Award At Tycoon In Schools Ceremony

Queen Anne’s Young Entrepreneurs Win Award At Tycoon In Schools Buckingham Palace Ceremony HRH The Duke of York, KG and Peter Jones CBE celebrate the young entrepreneurs of the future 14TH FEBRUARY 2014 – Team ‘Back Into Vintage’ from Queen Anne’s School in Caversham have been crowned the winners of The Tycoon in Schools Award for […]

Queen Anne’s Alumni shortlisted for Art Prize

Former pupil Hannah Marshall has been shortlisted for the 2014 Saatchi Gallery/Deutsche Bank Art Prize For Schools with her painting entitled ‘Drowning in Suburbia’, which was completed while studying at Queen Anne’s. Hannah’s painting was selected from over 16,000 artworks to join the top 20 shortlist by a judging panel including artist Bob and Roberta […]

Assembly: How Do We Value Things?

On Tuesday 11 February, Mr Ian Chapman, Teacher of Business Studies and Economics, gave an assembly entitled ‘How Do We Value Things’ looking at how economists place a value on the “products that we consume and produce. Please see below for the full script from the assembly and the powerpoint presentation: Value and Worth – How […]

'Back Into Vintage' Travel To Buckingham Palace For Final Of 'Tycoon In Schools'

Good luck to Queen Anne’s team ‘Back Into Vintage’ as they set off for Buckingham Palace this morning to attend the final of Tycoon In Schools 2013. After competing alongside hundreds of school children across the country, ‘Back Into Vintage LTD’ is just one of four teams to be selected by a panel of judges, […]

School Transport Update – Tuesday 11 February

Due to the continuing adverse weather conditions and flooding in the local area, there has been a slight amendment to the departure timings for the schools buses this week, please see below for full details: Tuesday 11 February – Buses will leave at 6.00pm Wednesday – Buses will leave at the normal time of 4.30pm […]

Queen Anne's Host Another Successful Careers Fair

On Thursday 6 February, parents and pupils from Queen Anne’s and local schools attended the Careers and GAP Fair held in the Morgan Sports Centre. A number of representatives from a wide variety professions include Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and The Territorial Army were exhibiting at the Fair as well a number of top universities including […]