On Friday 23 November, our Sixth Form students were joined by award winning historical fiction writer and naval historian Dr David Davies, for lecture on ‘How to Research for both Fact and Fiction’.
GCSE and A Level dance students took part in a James Cousins dance workshop, with a focus on a new style of dance: contact contemporary.
The first Lower School Concert of this academic year took place on Monday 12 November and showcased a fantastic range of styles of music and talent from our L4, 4 and U4 girls.
The mix of vocal, piano, violin and clarinet solos covered music from Vivaldi to Lloyd Webber.
QAS has embraced the iDEA, The Duke of York Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award, with two of our girls amongst the first in the world to complete Silver Award.
A round-up of all the latest sports news in the week commencing Monday 26 November 2018. Sport in Mind Neil Harris from the charity Sport In Mind was in last week, on his quest to complete 100 sports in a year. He participated in dance fit, yoga and rowing in senior PE on Wednesday. […]
On 12 November, all of the sixth form A Level Art students attended a series of lectures led by contemporary artists that was held at the University of Warwick.
The five Foundation schools, Grey Coat Hospital, Westminster City, Emanuel, Sutton Valence and Queen Anne’s joined forces to present an evening of music and readings to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the 1st World War.
On Sunday 28 October, U5 student Lizzie R has recently completed a sponsored marathon, as part of her fundraising for a trip Sangam, one of the five world centres of Girl Guiding, in India.
Whilst on this trip, Lizzie and her Girl Guiding group will be working on a local community support project in the area.
A round-up of all the latest sports news in the week commencing Monday 19 November 2018.
On Friday 9 November, L6 and U6 drama students went to see ‘Birdsong’ at the Progress Theatre, Reading.