Printmaking Artist To Work With Queen Anne's Art Scholars

The Art Department are pleased to announce that artist, Mark Andrew Webber, will be working at Queen Anne’s for the next academic year. Mark will be teaching weekly workshops for all our Art Scholars from September 2015. Mark is an up and coming artist who has exhibited his work both here and abroad. Working primarily […]

Queen Anne’s Girls Selected For The Berkshire Schools' Athletics Championships

Twelve of Queen Anne’s pupils have been selected to represent Reading Schools in the County Track and Field Athletics Championships at Palmer Park on Saturday 13 June. Lauren Church gained automatic selection for the Senior 1500 meters steeplechase, an event in which she has strong hopes of gaining county representation.  In the intermediate category, Isabella Bowater […]

Athletes Triumph At Foundation Schools' Sports Day

Congratulations to all our athletes who were victorious at the Foundation Schools’ Sports Day on Friday 8 May for the tenth year in a row! This year’s Foundation Schools’ Sports Day took place at Battersea Park, London and the schools that competed included Westminster City School, Grey Coat Hospital, Emanuel School, Sutton Valence School and Queen […]

Music Lessons With A Difference

At the start of the Trinity Term, we were delighted to welcome ITV Meridian to Queen Anne’s to film a short news piece with our pupils, following our articles in The Sunday Times. The news piece focused on how our teaching staff use music within lessons to effectively harness the girls’ knowledge, in order to […]

Second Place for Queen Anne's Chemists

On Wednesday 6 May, 4 girls from Year 4 (Sophie Lange, Lyra Cherry, Ellie Patterson and Gracie Whitefoord) attended The Salters’ Festivals of Chemistry competition held at the University of Reading. Out of 15 schools that took part, the Queen Anne’s team were awarded second place overall for their fantastic forensic report. The Salters’ Challenge […]

Senior School Concert Review

The Senior School concert took place on Thursday 7 May 2015. We were treated to a fantastic array of performances ranging from the impressionistic piano music of Debussy to Lennon and McCartney’s Hey Jude, Schumann Lieder and the advanced piano writing of Edwin Roxburgh. The concert opened with two works from the VOCES8 Project.  As […]

Anti-Bullying Assembly with Rich Cottell

On Friday 15 May, Queen Anne’s welcomed a very special musical guest, Rich Cottell, to lead the morning assembly. Rich has recently been on tour with UK boyband “The Wanted” and having sold over 2000 copies of his self-released debut EP “In The Now”, Rich has since recorded the LP “Go Geek”. This was funded, in the […]

Sport RoundUp – Monday 18 May

Please find below for a sport roundup for this morning’s assembly: On Tuesday 12 May, our athletics team competed against eight other schools in the first round of the English Schools’ Track & Field Cup, a competition based purely on points scored by pupils competing in two events each. The Intermediate Girls finished in fourth […]

Junior Drama Production of The Wizard of Oz – Rehearsal Schedule

Please find below for the Drama Rehearsal Schedule for the Junior Drama Production of “The Wizard of Oz” – week commencing Monday 18 May: Important Notes Read this entire notice very carefully. If you have a clash with the Dance Show, your Dance Show rehearsal takes priority. Rehearsals will continue in the school examination week […]

Second Place For Music Scholar Gabrielle

Gabrielle Woodward, L6, has been awarded second place for her composition, “Shepherd No More Singing”, at the final of the National Centre of Early Music (NCEM) Young Composers Award 2015. This is the first time that a Queen Anne’s pupil has ever reached the final of this prestigious and national annual award. Click here to […]