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SIXTH FORM
LECTURES

Beginning in Michaelmas term 2018, Queen Anne’s School will host a variety of influential and inspiring speakers for a series of lectures, aimed at L6 students.

The QAS LVI Academic Enrichment Programme comprises of a series of lectures on a wide variety of topics given by speakers to the LVI.

The aim is to broaden horizons; enrich the girls in a cultural, moral, social and academic sense and to provide the opportunity to listen to  an eclectic range of speakers.

The lectures will be delivered by external speakers who are experts in their fields – explorers/paleoanthropologists; naval and military historians; retired senior officers from the military; Chemical Engineers; Directors of Humanitarian Charities to name but a few. This is supplemented by experts in their field from amongst the Academic Staff who will talk about elements of their subjects that interest them but which they don’t get the opportunity to teach – these will be fascinating and enlightening to listen to!

Finally, the aim is also to encourage the girls to grasp the nettle and to deliver some lectures themselves – this will serve to develop their research and writing skills as well as their presentation technique and could be a forum for delivery of EPQs as well as simply gain the confidence to speak to an audience.

Please see below for a full list of lectures taking place this academic year:

 

External Speakers:

Friday 28 September 2018Ella Al-Shamahi – How to be a 21st Century Explorer; the frontline of scientific exploration.

School Hall, 10.00 am

Friday 5 October 2018 – Ronnie Katzler & Lynne Pritchard – Redearth Education (an NGO working in Uganda).

School Hall, 10.00 am

Friday 19 October Penny Eales – My Career as a Script Supervisor in the Film and TV Industry

School Hall, 10.00 am

Friday 2 November 2018 – Eleanor Monbiot – My work as Global Director of Operations for World Vision – the largest NGO in the world.

School Hall, 10.00 am

Friday 23 November 2018  – Dr David Davies – Award Winning Historical Fiction writer and Naval Historian – How to research for both fact & fiction.

Chapel, 10.00 am

Friday 25 January 2019Prof. David Read – Designing and building a bio-fuel car.

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

Tuesday 5 March 2019Maj General (Rtd) Peter Williams – My life as a Cold War Spy.

School Hall, 7.00 pm

Friday 15 March 2019 Queen Anne’s Alumna Celia Carlisle – My Life and Role as a General Counsel.

School Hall, 10:00 am

Friday 3 May 2019 – Vice-Admiral (Rtd) Peter Dunt – The Falklands Conflict.

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

Friday 7 June 2019 – Mark Peel  – Historian – The US Presidency,  How Special is the Special Relationship?

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

 

Internal (Staff) Speakers

Friday 12 October 2018 – Sandra Smith – Picasso’s Guernica: The Enduring Power of Art

School Hall, 10.00 am

Friday 30 November 2018Mark Richards – Expectation in Music; Music and the Mind

School Hall, 10.00 am

Friday 18 January 2019Dr Kirsten Smith – Women, sex and violence in History

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

Friday 8 February 2019Dr Jon Beale – Is it bad that we have to die? Would it be good to live forever?

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

Friday 15 February 2019Philip Jones – Adolf Hitler – A strong or a weak Dictator?

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

Friday 8 March 2019 – Elizabeth Munro – Is God dead? Secularism and Belief in Britain

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

Friday 29 March 2019 – Alice Whitehead – Queen Anne

Lecture Theatre, 10.00 am

Friday 17 May 2019 – Jo Clarke – The Geography of Abandoned Places

School Hall, 10.00 am