In addition to our curriculum, sports clubs are offered throughout the week, including early in the
morning, at lunchtimes, or after school to improve performance.
- early morning swim training;
- netball shooting clinic;
- lacrosse goalkeeping and stickwork clinics;
- dance academy;
- rowing ergo training;
- tennis training
- and athletics training.
As part of the Saturday Morning Programme additional recreational activities are offered, typically badminton, climbing, fitness, recreational tennis, cricket, trampolining, and Zumba. These are open to all students, whatever their age or level of ability.
Queen Anne’s runs an extensive fixtures programme and offers plenty of squad training opportunities. At junior level, Queen Anne’s fields A-D teams in netball, A-D teams in tennis and A and B lacrosse teams. There are junior swimming, cross country, athletics and trampoline squads as well as a junior dance company. Matches take place after school during the week and on Saturdays. We offer one-on-one support to the top sports performers, providing them with fitness, nutritional and sports psychology advice. The aim is to ensure that they manage to balance their training requirements with their academic commitments, in order to maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
There is a strong house competition structure which gives even more students the opportunity to experience playing in a team. Students can also arrange to take dance examinations through extra dance lessons or have tennis or squash coaching in addition to normal PE lessons.