Congratulations to U6 student, Sheyi Blackett, who has been chosen to represent Team GB at the 2016 World Rowing Junior Championships.
On Saturday 2 July, the community of Queen Anne’s School came together for the school’s annual Speech Day and Prize Giving ceremony to celebrate the end of the academic year.
On Tuesday 28 June, the Art department held its annual Private View in the EAD showcasing the work of A Level Art students.
Our intrepid Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award participants returned back safely to Queen Anne’s School after a testing 5 days in The Lake District.
On Monday 27 June, Queen Anne’s participated in an Inter-School Cricket Festival at Highdown School, winning two matches against the hosts to earn themselves the title of Festival Winners.
On Friday 1 July, a piece of music, written by U6 student Gabrielle Woodward, premiered at a special 100th year anniversary concert commemorating The Battle of Jutland and The Battle of the Somme in London.
Following the late night of the U5 ‘Welcome to Sixth Form’ Prom, the girls were called into action by the Army’s Outreach Team, who visited Queen Anne’s to run a day of leadership and team working activities on Tuesday 5 July.
On Tuesday 5 July, current U6 Leaver, Rosie Dart, attended the House of Lords to meet with Baroness Floella Benjamin, OBE.
A large group of Junior School Queen Anne’s girls performed in Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle book’, adapted for the stage by Stuart Paterson and arrangement with Nick Hern Books, from Monday 27 to Thursday 30 June 2016 in the Performing Arts Centre (PAC).
Over the past academic year, Queen Anne’s have been busy raising money for the school’s chosen charity, The Kasiisi Porridge Project.