Earlier this year, L6 student Sam C was given the exciting but challenging role of Co-Director of ‘Chaos’, a play chosen especially for Queen Anne’s students to perform as part of the National Theatre Connections Festival.
Congratulations to Molly S in L5 who has had an article published in the Music Teachers’ Association Ensemble Magazine. The article entitled “What is the Largest Factor Contributing to Decreased Pupil Numbers Receiving Musical Education in the UK?” offers comprehensive research and analysis of the challenges facing musical education in the UK.
Last weekend, U5 student Annie K attended the Royal Academy Young Artists’ Summer Show in London, where she received her prize for Most Inspirational Year 11 Artist.
Following Sports Day, on Thursday 4 July, students, staff, parents and families were ecstatic to see the school field transformed into a fabulous funfair, to celebrate Queen Anne’s School’s 125 birthday.
Queen Anne’s annual Sports Day took place on the hot and sunny 4 July, with all of our Houses out in full force to compete and support their teams!
On Tuesday 25 June, the L4s had their first experience of partaking in a public speaking event, in the Inter-House Public Speaking Competition.
During the Trinity Term the L6 have learnt more about how companies recruit their workforce and had the opportunity to practice a number of recruitment activities, including CV advice, group assessments, and interview preparation.
On Monday 17 June, the L6 Classical Civilisation class visited to British Museum in central London, to enhance their studies of Greek art.
Three Queen Anne’s students participated in a debate with Reading Boys’ school, debating the topic of feminism, with the title ‘This house believes that feminism has gone too far’.
On Saturday 29 June, the community of Queen Anne’s School came together for the school’s annual Speech Day and Prize Giving ceremony to celebrate the end of the academic year, and welcome our guest speaker, science and wildlife presenter Liz Bonnin, to the school.