"Operation Christmas Child"

For the 4th year running, Queen Anne’s pupils have taken part in “Operation Christmas Child” – the world’s largest children’s Christmas project, organised by The Samaritans. The project involves giving shoeboxes full of Christmas gifts to children who are less fortunate, regardless of their background or religious beliefs. Queen Anne’s girls have been hard at […]

Queen Anne's Exhibit At The Foundation Schools' Art Exhibition

On Tuesday 25 November, the Queen Anne’s School Art department and art scholars travelled to Westminster City School in Central London to attend the Private View of the annual Foundation Schools Annual Art Exhibition. As well as Queen Anne’s, the exhibition included work  from students from all the Foundation schools including Westminster City School in […]

Queen Anne's Parent Completes The Great Ethiopian Run

Congratulations to one of our parents, Mrs Julie Rayfield, who completed  The Great Ethiopian Run on Sunday 23 November in Addis Ababa. Mrs Rayfield finished in the first 12,000 runners, earning a green ribbon medal. Mrs Rayfield explains more about the race below: “I completed the run on Sunday, along with over 35,000 other runners.  The […]

Literature Fun for Queen Anne's Girls

On Monday 24 November, a group of Queen Anne’s pupils from years L4 and 4 participated in the Kids’ Literature Quiz Regional Heat held at St Gregory the Great School, Oxford. As well as Queen Anne’s, there were 46 teams taking part. Following the event, Tallulah Jackson-Coombs, L4, said, “It was a really fun event […]

Bah Humbug!

Dramaramaland is a-buzz with activity at the moment as the first performance of this term’s main production looms ever closer. The senior girls have spent the last month and a half busily rehearsing the fun and frolics of a light-hearted version of the Dickensian classic “A Christmas Carol”. The cast is headed by three very […]

Dramanauts “wow” judges at the Marlow Festival of Music and Drama

Queen Anne’s dramanauts “wowed” the judges at the Marlow Festival of Music and Drama held on Saturday 8 to Sunday 9 November, with all three Queen Anne’s girls winning a gold or silver medal in their category. The drama department are particularly delighted as this is the first time that Queen Anne’s have participated in […]

Results (A) Netball vs Downe House, U15A, U15B

Please see below for the results from the netball matches played against Downe House on Wednesday 26 November. Results U15A Team – Final Score: 17-13 Win Queen Anne’s netball teams showed a determined attitude in their matches against Downe House. The U15A played with energy and worked hard to make several interceptions. Player of the Match: […]

U6 Networking Dinner With Reading School

On Friday 14 November, Queen Anne’s hosted a Networking Dinner with Reading School held in the Hall. Forty-five boys and two members of Reading School staff joined forty-five of our girls and ten members of the Sixth Form team. Each girl/boy was asked to supply a ‘fact’ about themselves and these were given out, so […]

Mathematical Olympiad for Girls

Students at Queen Anne’s School achieved success in this year’s Mathematical Olympiad for Girls. Over 1600 girls nationwide participated, with the top 22% receiving a Certificate of Distinction. The Mathematical Olympiad for Girls is an event run by the UK Mathematics Trust, introduced in 2011, to help schools nurture the talents of enthusiastic young female […]

RSC Actor Praises Queen Anne's Drama Students

Former RSC actor, Gerard Logan, praised the work of the A Level dramanauts as being “brilliant” when he visited dramaramaland on Monday 10 November. Gerard, who has been nominated for a prestigious Olivier Award, visited Queen Anne’s to perform in his one-man show “Wilde about the Boy”, based on the trial of Oscar Wilde. Following […]