Queen Anne’s’ Headmistress, Julia Harrington, spoke to “the urban guide to the countryside” Muddy Stilettos, about how parents can understand, and learn with, their teenagers better.
Tuesday heralded the eagerly anticipated inaugural Queen Anne’s School Inter-House Geography Worldwise Quiz, hosted by Head of Geography, Miss Clarke.
On Friday 19 October, our Sixth Form students were joined by Queen Anne’s alumna Penny Eyles, for the next installment of the Academic Enrichment Programme.
This term, Queen Anne’s Sixth Form student Abby S (U6) decided to set up an exciting Science Club for fellow students.
Queen Anne’s Boat Club recently raced at Reading Head, achieving some impressive results in the women’s doubles and quads.
On Tuesday 16 October the careers department took a group of students to the UCAS Create your Future event at the ExCel Centre in London.
On Monday 15 October several music scholars performed in an excellent concert in the Taylor Hall, part of the new Scott Music Centre.
Last week, L5 art students visited the Tate Modern in London.
L4’s have recently been awarded their Bunsen burner licences in science, and set out to do their first big experiment following this: to make copper sulphate crystals.
On Friday 12 October, Queen Anne’s Academic Enrichment Programme for Lower Sixth students continued with an interesting insight into Picasso’s Guernica: The Enduring Power of Art, presented by our very own Head of Classics, Mrs Smith.