Historian Mark Peel will deliver a lecture for our L6 students, titled ‘The US Presidency, How Special is the Special Relationship?’.
Vice-Admiral (Rtd) Peter Dunt will give a lecture to our L6 students on The Falklands Conflict, on Friday 3 May, from 10:00am.
Ms Munro will present an insightful lecture on Is God dead? Secularism and Belief in Britain., on Friday 8 March at 10:00am.
Maj General (Rtd) Peter Williams will present an insightful lecture on his time as a spy in the Cold War.
Dr Beale will present a lecture to our Sixth Form students, titled “Is it bad that we have to die? Would it be good to live forever?”
On Friday 23 November, our Sixth Form students were joined by award winning historical fiction writer and naval historian Dr David Davies, for lecture on ‘How to Research for both Fact and Fiction’.
For the next installment of the Academic Enrichment Programme, our Sixth Form Students had the pleasure of being joined by Queen Anne’s alumna Eleanor Monbiot, Global Director for Operations for World Vision, the world’s largest NGO.
On Friday 19 October, our Sixth Form students were joined by Queen Anne’s alumna Penny Eyles, for the next installment of the Academic Enrichment Programme.
On Friday 12 October, Queen Anne’s Academic Enrichment Programme for Lower Sixth students continued with an interesting insight into Picasso’s Guernica: The Enduring Power of Art, presented by our very own Head of Classics, Mrs Smith.
This first lecture in the L6 Academic Enrichment Programme was presented by Ella Al-Shamahi, an accomplished paleoanthropologist and archaeologist.