Results: GSA South Central Championships, U19, U15, U13

Congratulations to Anna, L5, who gained a new completion on the U15 Individual Medley and to Elinor, U5, who gained a new completion record in the U19 50m Breaststroke at the GSA South Central Championships held on Tuesday 29 April. All the girls swam extremely well and Queen Anne’s placed 3rd overall in the competition.

It’s All Happening in Dramaramaland!…

The drama department has hit the ground running this term, with the Performing Arts Centre a hive of activity. Recent days have seen a whole day’s rehearsal for the forthcoming L4 showcase performances of “Cinderella” next month and, at the opposite end of the school, the A2 Theatre Studies examination performance took place in front […]

Pass On Your Passion

Two of Queen Anne’s U5 pupils have, over the last two years, completed over 100 hours each of volunteer work for netball as part of the ‘Pass On Your Passion’ scheme run by the England Netball Youth Advisory Group for England Netball. Sophie and Laura undertook their volunteering work at school and have now received a […]

L&Co Reach Semi-Finals of WOHAA Competition

Team L&Co, consisting of Elizabeth Ng, Celine Yu Hei Kwan, Ifeoluwa Akomolafe, Francesca Barnes, Onyinyechukwu Ngonadi and Ifeoluwa Adaralegbe, have reached the semi-finals of the Wings of Hope Achievement Award (WOHAA). The group’s efforts, on behalf of the Wings of Hope Children’s Charity, have helped support the education of underprivileged children in India and Malawi. The […]

First Success of the Term for Dramaramaland!

Former Head Girl and dramanaut extraordinaire Jessica Webber has every reason to celebrate as our summer term dawns… she’s just been offered a place at drama school in London. Jess, who left Queen Anne’s in 2011, went on to complete a one year foundation course at RADA then spent 18 months as a professional actor […]

QA Staff Member Participates In Charity Rugby Match At Twickenham

On Tuesday 15 April, Mr Edward Hellings, Director of Finance at Queen Anne’s, participated in the annual Commons & Lords vs Trentham/Newcastle charity rugby match at Twickenham. The game raised £15,000 for the Rugby Football Union’s (RFU) Injured Players Fund. Below, Mr Hellings gives his account of the game at Twickenham: “Most people think I […]

Mrs Harrington's Assembly: "Slaying our Dragons"

As we start this new term on St George’s Day, we reflect on the challenges ahead.  This is always a term of mixed emotions: on the one hand, the days are long, the sun is (often) out, but on the other hand there are examinations to think about, hills to climb and dragons to slay. […]

'All The King's Men' Workshop Review

On Thursday 20 March, multi-award winning a cappella group, ‘All the King’s Men’, visited Queen Anne’s to run a workshop and perform a concert to pupils, parents and the local community. The ‘All the King’s Men’ workshop was attended by pupils from Queen Anne’s and pupils from Shiplake College. Kate-Lynne Bouwer, U4, provides her account of […]

Dazzling Guitar Performance By Queen Anne's Student

On Friday 28 March, a selection of Queen Anne’s pupils performed at a lunchtime concert in the Chapel. Olivia Leach, L6, performed a stunning rendition of Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire” on her guitar – click below on the link to view the video: [youtube]http://youtu.be/FhqYnqJ9tus[/youtube]

Mind the GAP!

Being a GAP at Queen Anne’s School is a once in a lifetime experience.  You are given so many opportunities to grow as a person.  You never feel alone at Queen Anne’s School as the other GAPs, friendly staff and girls all make you feel so welcome.  There is always lots going on whether it […]