We have a 'no limits' approach to the girls' learning and development
that produces excellent academic results and outstanding
achievements in every field.




Queen Anne’s is an independent boarding and day
school for girls, with over 450 pupils, aged 11 to 18
years. We fuel innovation and creativity.




We know girls perform best when they are happy and secure.
We see pastoral care and academic development as interwoven;
one cannot flourish without the other.


Shaping individuals

“There’s a lightness of touch to Queen Anne’s which we love…there’s a ‘winning atmosphere’ – girls are charm personified and seem to get on wonderfully.” 
(Tatler 2016)

Queen Anne’s School, an independent boarding and day school for girls, with over 450 pupils, aged 11 to 18 years, educates young women to become informed, bold, resourceful and ethical global citizens. The environment here fosters a love of learning, the habits of an intellectual life, the character, the moral strength and qualities for leadership to shape a changing world.


11+ AND 13+

At Queen Anne’s School, we promote individuality and, therefore, assess each girl on an individual basis.


Join us for the exciting transition to sixth form education. The personal and intellectual confidence you’ll develop in our Sixth Form  is deeply rewarding.


Each student brings something different and unique to our global community, as well as a little piece of their culture to help bridge the gap between countries.



We celebrate excellent results at both A Level and
GCSE, with many students achieving outstanding
grades and going on to study at some of the countries
top universities including Oxford and Cambridge.



Recent News

Queen Anne's Parent & Daughter Tennis Tournament 2017

22 May 2017

On Saturday 20 May, the excitement was building across the school as the big day had finally arrived, the annual Parent and Daughter Tennis Tournament.

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Queen Anne's Sports News

22 May 2017

Find out about all the latest sports news from Queen Anne's in the week commencing 15 May.

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The U6 Visit the Old Vic Theatre to see Woyzeck

17 May 2017

On Tuesday 16 May, the U6 girls went on a drama trip to see John Boyega, of Star Wars fame, make his debut at the Old Vic Theatre in Woyzeck.

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Amelia Qualifies for the English Championships and Overcomes Adversity to win Bronze with New Partner

17 May 2017

Queen Anne's trampolinist Amelia qualified for the English Championships and overcame adversity at the English Championship Qualifiers to win bronze with her new partner.

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Amelie and Friends Complete the Moonwalk

17 May 2017

On Saturday 13 May, Amelie from Queen Anne's, was joined by three friends and their mums as they took part in the Moonwalk through the streets of London.

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U4s Impress Everyone on their Duke of Edinburgh's Bronze Award Expedition

16 May 2017

52 U4 Queen Anne’s girls really set the standards in Ashdown Forest over the weekend on their Duke of Edinburgh's Bronze Expedition

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Maddie Becomes Our Youngest Ever NYT Success!

15 May 2017

There is yet more fantastic news for one of our budding dramanaut stars as Maddie Clark has won a place at the National Youth Theatre and, in doing so, becomes our youngest girl to win a place at the prestigious theatre company.

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Queen Anne's Sports News

15 May 2017

Read about all the latest Sports News from Queen Anne's in the week commencing Monday 8 May.

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Katie's West End Debut

12 May 2017

There is more cause for dramatic celebration for one of our U5 dramanauts in particular this summer. 16 year old drama scholar Katie Dart has been cast in “13”, a new musical, which will be opening in the West End shortly.

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Queen Anne's at the Ball Cup Regatta

11 May 2017

On Sunday 7 May, Queen Anne’s Boat Club raced at the Ball Cup regatta. The event was held at Eton, Dorney and the squad consisted of 11 girls.

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Sports Day 2017

26 May 2017

Again, this year’s annual Queen Anne’s Sports Day will see high numbers of girls participating, with nearly all girls in the year groups L4 to L5 competing in at least one event for their houses.

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Half-Term Begins

26 May 2017

Half-Term begins at 4.30pm - Girls may leave if they have no regular commitments.

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Term Restarts

05 June 2017

The trinity term will restart on Monday 5 June 2017

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Open Morning

09 June 2017

Find out about life at Queen Anne’s. Meet staff and pupils and enjoy a tour of our school before hearing from our Headmistress, Julia Harrington, at 11:00am.

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11+ Taster Day

15 June 2017

We welcome girls to experience what life is like as a Queen Anne’s girl.

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QA Society at Henley Regatta 2017

28 June 2017

QA Society will once again be in attendance at Henley Regatta. It is sure to be a fabulous occasion.

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Speech Day 2017

01 July 2017

This year's annual Speech Day and Prize Giving will take place on Saturday 1 July where we will be joined by popular Documentary Presenter, Stacey Dooley.

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Last Day of Term

05 July 2017

The school year ends at 4.30pm and girls may leave if they have no regular commitments.

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Annual CAS SE Secondary Computing Conference

06 July 2017

Queen Anne's and The Space will play host to the annual CAS SE Secondary Computing at Schools Regional Conference.


Our parents are part of our community and part of Queen Anne’s School Parents’ Association (QASPA). They are not only our biggest advocates but are a friendly and active group of parents and staff that organise events to bring the school community together.


“My daughter joined Queen Anne’s in L4 and we have seen a transformation in her confidence. Not only is she enthusiastic about her lessons, but she loves to board in an environment that has a lovely, calm and happy atmosphere."

“An inspiring education - Queen Anne's has given both our daughters a rounded education. The best foundation for university and life beyond"

Mr and Mrs Shearn

"Our objective in sending Alice to Queen Anne’s was so that she would look back on her school years as being the happiest of her life, where she formed lasting friendships and developed skills to fulfil her potential in life. As she nears the end of her seven years, we are so proud of the wonderful person that is our daughter and are assured that she will flourish in all aspects of her life"

Mrs Shaw

Enrolling at Queen
Anne’s School

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