The Junior Production of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ was performed on Tuesday 18, Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 June 2019, with our students performing to a full house each evening!
The evening of Thursday 20 June saw the annual Queen Anne’s A Level Art Private View take place. This special event showcased and celebrated the artwork of our talented U6 A Level art students.
The L4s have continued to develop their knowledge and understanding of the Inca Empire by creating their very own Quipu, a method of knots used to keep records and communicate information.
Our L4 English students decided to put on a special performance of the song ‘Beasts of England’, from George Orwell’s famous novel Animal Farm.
Mr Godfrey took the L5 GCSE drama classes on a trip to see Napoli Brooklyn by Meghan Kennedy at the Oxford Playhouse on Thursday 6 June.
A round-up of all the latest sports news in the week commencing Monday 24 June 2019.
On Monday 27 May, a group of our girls, who had spend half term training hard, competed in the Go Tri Super Duper at Dorney Lake, as part of the Arctic One Tri and Para-Tri Festival. Gigi J (U4) gave her thrilling experience of her first ever triathlon.
A number of Queen Anne’s GCSE and A Level students’ artwork have been shortlisted and accepted for the Royal Academy Summer Schools’ Exhibition Young Artists’ Summer Show, with one particular piece chosen by Christopher le Brun, President of the Royal Academy of Arts, as a prize winner for most inspiring artwork.
On Wednesday 5 June, Queen Anne’s Book Club took a trip to Reading Blue Coat School to discuss the books on the CILIP Carnegie Medal Shortlist for 2019.
A round-up of all the latest sports news in the week commencing Monday 17 June 2019.