The L6 biologists undertook a field study day at Harcourt Arboretum to develop their A level practical skill requirement of sampling.
Queen Anne’s Boat Club took 11 juniors to the Ball Cup Regatta, Eton Dorney. It turned out to be a brilliant day, great weather, great conditions and great racing.
Our year group took a trip to the UCAS Higher Education Exhibition at the University of Surrey to find out more about university life, the many universities and courses there are to choose from, and the UCAS application process.
Queen Anne’s annual Inter-House Dance, Gym and Trampolining Competition took place on Friday 17 May, and our girls were out in full force supporting their houses.The sports hall was filled with high flying acrobatics, splits, springs and tumbles as our five junior houses competed fiercely for the title of champions.
Four more of our Queen Anne’s alumnae received their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award certificates at Buckingham Palace, on Monday 13 May.
A group of our Lower School students recently took a trip to EngFest, in London, to learn more about the mind-blowing world of science and engineering.
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Our L5 and L6 students were given the opportunity to develop a number of skills which are highly sought after by employers, as they took part in a variety of workshops led by experienced trainers from Inside Knowledge.
Last week, a group of our year 4 students visited Reading University’s Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics (CINN) to discover more about how their brains work.
A round-up of all the latest sports news in the week commencing Monday 20 May 2019.