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.




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


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. Please note, the deadline to register your daughter for ISEB Common Entrance is 1 December 2016.


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

Eton College Medical Society Lecture

02 December 2016

11 girls from across U5, L6 and U6 took the opportunity to attend a fascinating lecture at Eton College by Sir Anthony Milnes Coates BSc, FRCP, MD, FRCPath, Professor of Medical Microbiology at the Institute of Infection and Immunity, St George's, University of London.

Recent News

Chloe Wins the Foundation Schools Essay Competition 2016

02 December 2016

Chloe Naylor of Queen Anne's is announced the winner of the Foundation Schools Essay Competition at a celebration dinner at Emanuel School.

Recent News

An Outstanding Evening of Music at St. John's Church with The Oratory & Tamesis Chamber Choir

01 December 2016

On Friday 25 November, the Chamber Choir of Queen Anne’s performed Handel’s Zadok the Priest, Haydn’s Insanae et Vanae Curae and the Nelson Mass with Schola Cantorum of the Oratory School, choristers of the Oratory Prep School and the Tamesis Chamber Choir.

Recent News

A Valiant Effort at The 2016 Kids' Lit Quiz

01 December 2016

On Friday 25 November, some of our Queen Anne's L4s and 4s attended the Annual Kids' Lit Quiz regional heat and put in an excellent showing.

Recent News

Second Place for Amelia at the National Trampolining League Finals

29 November 2016

Over the weekend of 26/27 November, in the Velodrome at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, L4 pupil Amelia earned a staggering Second Place at the National Trampolining League Finals.

Recent News

Queen Anne’s School wins TES award for ‘Outstanding Post-16 Innovative Provision’ in a Secondary School

28 November 2016

Queen Anne’s wins the 2016 TES Independent Schools Award for ‘outstanding post-16 innovative provision’ for The Space which was designed to fulfil the philosophy behind its BrainCanDo educational neuroscience project.

Recent News

Queen Anne's Students Total Hit At Foundation Art Exhibition

28 November 2016

On 22 November, Queen Anne’s Art Scholars attended the Foundation Art Exhibition Private View at Westminster Boys School in Westminster.

Recent News

Queen Anne's Sports News

28 November 2016

A round up of the latest Sports News from Queen Anne’s in the week beginning 21 November.

Recent News

Nail Biting Stuff in the Pool

25 November 2016

The Queen Anne's swimming pool was full of supporters and great swimmers who witnessed and produced a terrific gala between two very determined schools, Queen Anne's and Downe House

Recent News

The Magnificent Seven Swim Again

22 November 2016

Another fantastic swimming gala took place on the 21 November at Heathfield School and our Queen Anne's swimmers performed excellently again.

Next Event

ABRSM Music Examinations

05 December - 09 December 2016


Next Event

Model United Nations Lecture: 'Welcome to Hell'

05 December 2016

On Monday 5 December, Model United Nations under the leadership of Mr Jon Beale will be hosting a lecture about Assistant Head - Head of Middle School, Mr Daniel Boyes' time with the United Nations.

Next Event

Senior Drama Production of 'Grease'

08 December - 10 December 2016

Pupils, parents, alumnae and friends of Queen Anne’s School are invited to the Senior Drama Production of "Grease."

Next Event

U4/L5 French Trip to Lille

09 December - 11 December 2016



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
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