The Lower School end of year production, ‘Kitty Whittington’ was a fantastic success for all involved.
Every girl in Year 5 and 6 had an opportunity to shine, often challenging themselves to step out of their comfort zone and into that elusive ‘creative space’.
After only six weeks of rehearsals since Cabaret, the girls delivered a dazzling programme at our summer music concert.
From the opening "Mission Impossible" from Junior Orchestra, to Pop Choir's "Walk Me Home" by Pink to end the evening, there was a superb range of talents on display.
Thursday brought the sixth annual House Drama Competition, which has been a great addition to the summer term at Queen's. The competition gives girls from Years 7-10 the opportunity to perform a piece of drama which is completely devised, directed and staged independent of teachers.
The Infants celebrated the arrival of some sunshine with a fabulous ‘Shine!’ show.
The girls were very excited to share lots of their Learning Challenge Curriculum (LCC) knowledge through song, poetry and dance.
Last Saturday, eleven Year 12 girls hosted a Charity Concert in aid of Save the Family at Chester Rugby Club. It was a night filled with seven amazing acts from various schools including The Queen's School, King’s School and The Grange.