Day Three Of Queen Anne's Afghanistan Challenge

Day Three Day Three may have started with some rather heavy downpours however this didn’t dampen the girls’ spirits and by the time the sunshine appeared in the afternoon, girls and staff were trekking around the sports fields with great determination. So far, we have reached Afghanistan and are now on the journey home to […]

Mr Blunt's Extreme Walking Challenge

As part of the school’s Afghanistan Challenge this week, Mr Gary Blunt, Wilkins Housemaster, has taken on an incredible challenge in order to boost our miles. From 9.00pm tonight (Wednesday 29 April) come rain, shine, wind or cold, Mr Blunt will be taking to the field and walking for a whole 24hrs. Pupils are encouraged […]

Day Two of Queen Anne's Afghanistan Challenge

Day Two The sports fields were a hub of activity on day two as the Queen Anne’s community pulled together and continued with the challenge. The House leaderboard has seen a change of leader as Maddock House have now claimed the top spot with 457 miles with Holmes House in second place on 397 miles. […]

Results (H) Tennis vs St Mary's and St Bartholomew's

Please find below for the results of the tennis matches played against St Mary’s  on Saturday 25 April and matches played against St Bartholomew’s  on Tuesday 23 April: St Mary’s U15 B AEGON Won 4-2 Congratulations to Katherine Green, Paloma Hamilton-Bowker, Abigail Sloman and Alicia Buckeridge on some outstanding tennis! St Bartholomew’s U15 C AEGON […]

Day One of Queen Anne's Afghanistan Challenge

Day One Our Afghanistan Challenge has started with a blast and day one has seen pupils, staff and dogs complete over 1,000 miles already! Looking at the House leaderboard so far, Wilkins House is out in front with 165 miles, with Maddock House just behind in second place with 150 miles. Our pupil leaderboard shows […]

Geography Trip To Iceland

Over the Easter break, U5 and L6 Geography students participated in a Geography trip to Iceland. Below, Mrs Imogen Robson-Hemmings, Head of Geography, provides us with an overview of the trip: “We set off early for the airport on Wednesday 15 April. The girls were all excited and happy to be going at last. Despite the […]

Dramanauts Shine At The National Youth Theatre Auditions

Congratulations to Caitlin Croke, L6, who has been selected to work with the National Youth Theatre over the summer holidays. Each year over 2,000 young people throughout the country aged 14 – 24 audition for the National Youth Theatre and approximately only 40 are accepted so this is a wonderful achievement for drama scholar Caitlin. Another L6 […]

Queen Anne's Walking To Afghanistan And Back For Charity

The community of Queen Anne’s School in Caversham will be walking, running, swimming and cycling to help raise money for charity. From Monday 27 April until Friday 1 May, pupils, staff and families will be aiming to reach the school’s target of 7,000 miles, the distance between Queen Anne’s and Afghanistan and back, to raise […]

Gabrielle Announced As Finalist For The Young Composers Award

We are delighted to announce that Gabrielle Woodward, L6, has been announced on the shortlist for the National Centre of Early Music (NCEM) Young Composers Award 2015. The 2015 NCEM Young Composers Award is presented in association with BBC Radio 3 and Scotland’s leading baroque ensemble, the award-winning Dunedin Consort directed by conductor, organist, harpsichordist and […]

French Running Success

On Sunday 12 April, Mrs Gill Little, Assistant Head at Queen Anne’s, successfully ran the Paris Marathon in a time of 4hrs and 5 minutes. Mrs Little shares with us below her experience of competing in the Marathon: “The Paris Marathon was the first marathon that I had run. I completed the marathon in 4hrs […]