Jolly Good Afternoon Tea

Jul 22, 2019 in News

The Queen Anne Royal Free CE First School was delighted to host their Jolly Good Afternoon Tea on Saturday 13th July 2019 for parents and children.  

Through the generosity of a number of businesses, the school raised money to fund new Science and Technology resources for the school.

The Queen Anne would like to thank a whole host of local businesses who generously gave their time and support for the school.

Guests enjoyed an incredible afternoon tea by The Hind’s Head (Fat Duck Group) in Bray with a complimentary gin and a gin bar, courtesy of The Queen Charlotte Pub, Windsor.  Windsor and Eton Brewery were on hand to keep the beer flowing too.

The children enjoyed their own bespoke afternoon tea and film session.

The event was held in a marquee thank to support from Comm Comm UK and Tops Marquees, Buds and Bloom and Windsor Linen Company.

The whole event was accompanied by The Jolly Good String Trio, and artist Russell Walker, who donated his time to draw people’s shoes as a memento of the event. The Queen Anne staff  members were on hand to ensure that a jolly good time was had by all.

An amazing raffle added to the excitement of the day with prizes donated by The  Hinds Head, Russell Walker, The Queen Charlotte Pub, Windsor, Windsor &Eton Brewery, Cowarth Park, Sean Bowers Personal Training, Meimo, Roald Dahl Museum and  Aartwork Hairdressers.

Judith Street, Head Teacher, says ‘’ I am overwhelmed by the generosity and support of so many people. The event brought together our school community, local business and support from further afield. The feedback from the guests has been incredibly positive. Not only did everyone have a wonderful afternoon, but they raised significant funds which will allow us to enhance our science and technology provision in school. I would like to thank everyone involved. ‘

Otto Romer, The Fat Duck Group Head of Development “It is always great to help the young wondering minds to develop and question everything from the beginning. Anything we can do to assist in their development is always a pleasure.”

The Big Dig

May 17, 2019 in News

Thank you to the parents who give up time off last weekend and October to refurbish the pond area to make it safer for the children to use. The work was started last summer by volunteers from a local company as a CSRV day. The parents then lifted all the slabs and re-layed them. This is the team from last weekend, however thank you to everyone who came over the days.

Let’s explore our school grounds!

Feb 1, 2019 in News

Click on the link below to see a few photographs of our exciting school grounds.

 

LET’S EXPLORE OUR SCHOOL GROUNDS

A Snowy Day 1st February 2019

Feb 1, 2019 in News

Here are a few photographs of our school in the snow.

 

Snowy Day 1st February 2019

Bikeability Training for Year 4

Sep 5, 2014 in News
Bikeability Training for Year 4

Letters have gone out today for sign up for Bikeability training.  Please return by Wednesday 10th to avoid disappointment as they will be allocated on a first come first served basis

Autumn Term

Sep 5, 2014 in News

Welcome back.  There have been many changes over the summer and the staff and children are looking forward to a productive term at Queen Anne

Scooter Pod Unveiling

Aug 30, 2014 in News
Scooter Pod Unveiling

Our school won a new scooter rack after taking the top spot in the Big Pedal, the UK’s largest inter-school cycling and scooting competition.

It was unveiled by deputy mayor Cllr James Evans, who used to skate as a youngster, on Thursday, June 12.

He said: “I think that it is a good idea to have a scooter pod. It will encourage the children to scoot to school rather than travelling by car.”

See more at www.windsorobserver.co.uk

Summer Fayre a great success

Aug 30, 2014 in News
Summer Fayre a great success

Lovely to see so many people attending. The QAPAFA team are busy counting up the takings and the total will follow shortly

Year 3 view matinee of ‘Gel’

Aug 30, 2014 in News

Year 3 today went to Trevelyan to watch the matinee performance of ‘Gel’. The children thoroughly enjoyed it but the weather tried to put a dampner on things when walking back!