Mrs Burley, Director of Sport, had initially thought there was no need for a report as it was a quiet week, however how wrong could she be. Read about all the latest end of term sports news from Queen Anne’s.
Over the last few weeks, the girls of Maddock House have been collecting Easter Eggs in aid of Reading’s local foodbank, ‘Readifood.’
On Tuesday 28 March 2017 the Lower Sixth pupils, plus selected Lower Five pupils attended an academic symposium, which was held at Queen Anne’s School.
The vast majority of our U4 girls participated in their very first Duke of Edinburgh’s expedition over the weekend. Travelling down to Ashdown Forest in Sussex to learn new skills and learn more about themselves and friends, there was naturally plenty of excitement and apprehension as the coach departed Queen Anne’s School.
On Monday 27 March, 16 Psychology students journeyed to the Emmanuel Conference Centre in London where they were immersed in the culture of all things psychological.
The specially adapted by Mr Punter, “Ten Scenes from Alice,” ran for three night’s in the Performing Arts Centre last week. An interesting subplot is that Susie Liddell, sixth former at Queen Anne’s is a direct relative of Alice Liddell whom Alice in “Alice in Wonderland” and ” Alice Through the Looking Glass” is based.
Forty nine L5 and U5 took on Mother Nature during their four day Silver Practice Expedition. Strong winds, heavy rain and at times cold conditions could not stop the girls or dampen their spirits.
On Sunday 19 March, Emily (U5) and her partners competed in the 21st Acro Regional Championships and became regional champions.
On Sunday 19 March, Hannah Moe and Martha Steward took part in the Marsden March.
Over the two weekends of the Woodley Festival, Queen Anne’s Dramanauts performed to an exceptionally high standard and were successful in winning many medals.