On Thursday 26 January two of Queen Anne’s Upper 6 students, Annabel Marlow and Tosin Olukanni, were chosen to be part of a vocal septet to perform at the Farewell Dinner for the Bishop of London at the Mansion House.
On Wednesday 25 January, the U18 AEGON tennis team qualified for the National finals and are now ranked eighth nationally.
On Sunday 22 January, Queen Anne’s Boat Club took part successfully in the South of England Indoor Rowing Championships.
On 23 January 2017, our L6 drama students accompanied by Mr Godfrey and Miss Fitzgerald Wragg were very impressed by Patrick Marber’s new translation of Ibsen’s tragic play Hedda Gabler, which they will be writing about in their A level exam.
On Wednesday 18 January, girls from Queen Anne’s were treated to a workshop about many people’s favourite thing, chocolate! It was run by Queen Anne’s Old Girl, Caragh Knight.
On Friday 20 January a group of U5 went to St. John’s College (one of the colleges at Cambridge University) to gain insight into the life of a student and the process they went through to get a spot at one of the country’s top universities.
Queen Anne’s Old Girl Olivia Paige has been named in coach Danny Kerry’s central squad to lead England and Great Britain into the new Olympic cycle, which starts in earnest.
A round up of all the latest sports news from Queen Anne’s in the week commencing 16 January 2017.
On 16 January 2017, our U6 drama students accompanied by Mr Punter, Miss Fitzgerald Wragg and Mr Godfrey were blown away by the RSC production of ‘The Tempest’ in the birthplace of Shakespeare himself, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Queen Anne’s came out victorious over The Abbey School after an outstanding and determined performance in the pool by the U12 and U13 teams.