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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.

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A HOME
FROM HOME

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.

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A 'NO LIMITS'
APPROACH

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

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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.


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11+ AND 13+

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

SIXTH FORM

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.

INTERNATIONAL

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.

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CELEBRATING
SUCCESS

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.

READ OUR SUCCESS STORIES

 

Recent News

A Level French Trip to Normandy

23 February 2017

Over February half-term, 5 A of our A Level French students travelled to Normandy to fully immerse themselves into French Culture.
 

Recent News

Little Acorn Announced as Tycoon in Schools Finalists

14 February 2017

On Monday 13 February, Peter Jones CBE announced Little Acorn, a team of budding entrepreneurs from Queen Anne's, as one of eight teams who will attend Buckingham Palace for the awards ceremony on Monday 6 March.
 

Recent News

Michell House Hosts Syrian Supper Raising Over £2000

09 February 2017

On Friday 3 February 2017, the Michell House Ladies held a Syrian Supper in aid of the Hands Up Foundation, which is a Syrian relief organisation, and they raised over £2000.
 

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U6 Student Yeshe Shaves Head for Syria and the Hands Up Foundation

09 February 2017

Over the weekend of the 4/5 February, U6 Student Yeshe took the extraordinary step of shaving her head in aid of the Hands Up Foundation.
 

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Amelia Overcomes Illness to Qualify for the National Finals

08 February 2017

Following on from her staggering Second place at the National Trampolining League finals, L4 pupil Amelia overcame illness to qualify for the National Finals at the School Zonals.
 

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U15 Lacrosse Team Win the South West Rally

07 February 2017

On Saturday 4 February, the U15 lacrosse team left Queen Anne’s at 6.30am en-route to Sherborne Girls School to compete and subsequently win the South West Rally.
 

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U5 Trip to the University of Bath

07 February 2017

On Wednesday 1 February, the U5 visited the University of Bath where they were given a campus tour and heard from Student Ambassadors.
 

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U5 & L5 Wellbeing Morning

07 February 2017

On Friday 3 February, the U5 and L5 Wellbeing Morning took place where girls participated in a range of discussions, practical workshops and listened to experts talk about topical subjects.
 

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Mackenzie Stars on her Opening Night as Wendy

06 February 2017

On Thursday 2 February, the U4's from Maddock house travelled to the Elgiva Theatre in Chesham to watch 'Peter Pan' where their fellow U4 pupil, Mackenzie Wilcox, played the role of Wendy.
 

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Fierce Competition for Queen Anne's Equestrian Team

06 February 2017

It was a very cold but bright sunny day as the QAS Equestrian Team made the trek down the M4 to West Wilts to join the crowds gathered for the Show Jumping and Eventer Challenge classes.
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OUR PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION

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.

FROM A PARENT’S
POINT OF VIEW

“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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