Queen Anne’s, BrainCanDo and Colleagues from Goldsmiths, University of London, featured in The Times on Saturday following the findings of a research project started at Queen Anne’s.
Queen Anne’s School has been rated ‘excellent’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) for both its academic achievements and personal development.
On Wednesday 24 May, twenty L5 GCSE drama pupils and five L6 A Level drama pupils travelled by coach to the New Theatre Oxford to see ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’, the National Theatre’s internationally acclaimed production.
On Saturday 20 May, the excitement was building across the school as the big day had finally arrived, the annual Parent and Daughter Tennis Tournament.
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On Tuesday 16 May, the U6 girls went on a drama trip to see John Boyega, of Star Wars fame, make his debut at the Old Vic Theatre in Woyzeck.
Queen Anne’s trampolinist Amelia qualified for the English Championships and overcame adversity at the English Championship Qualifiers to win bronze with her new partner.
On Saturday 13 May, Amelie from Queen Anne’s, was joined by three friends and their mums as they took part in the Moonwalk through the streets of London.
52 U4 Queen Anne’s girls really set the standards in Ashdown Forest over the weekend on their Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Expedition
There is yet more fantastic news for one of our budding dramanaut stars as Maddie Clark has won a place at the National Youth Theatre and, in doing so, becomes our youngest girl to win a place at the prestigious theatre company.