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ABOUT
QUEEN ANNE'S

WELCOME

There is no such thing as a ‘Queen Anne’s girl’! Here at Queen Anne’s school you will find a strong community of real girls. Girls who are curious, intellectually alive, energetic and eager to learn, grow and explore. Girls who are individuals.



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We want all our pupils to attain outstanding academic results and the personal confidence and self-belief to enable them to be successful at every stage of their lives. We are therefore committed to providing an environment in which every girl will be encouraged and supported, while developing the skills and curiosity she will need to be able to set and reach her goals.


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OUR AIMS, ETHOS & POLICIES

At Queen Anne’s we value our girls as individuals and strive to help them reach their potential. Strong academic and pastoral care encourages students to build confidence, stretch their abilities and achieve their goals. We have a ‘no limits’ approach to the girls’ learning and development that produces excellent academic results and outstanding achievements in every field.



INSPECTION REPORTS

We understand how important it is to choose the right school for your daughter and the information we can give you might not be enough. Therefore, take time to explore the various inspections that have taken place over recent years and be assured Queen Anne’s is everything we claim it to be.

OUR GOVERNORS & STAFF

Our Governors and staff are committed not only to the individuality of each girl, her intellect, her determination and her story at Queen Anne’s, but to the health and wellness of her mind and body. This combination guarantees an inspiring and thriving environment.



STEEPED IN HISTORY

Queen Anne’s, a Church of England School, is part of the Grey Coat Hospital Foundation, a registered charity which was founded in 1698 by eight merchants in Westminster.  In 1706 Queen Anne granted the Grey Coat Hospital Foundation a royal charter.  By 1874 Parliament had begun to recognise that girls deserved an education and the Grey Coat Hospital became a girls’ school.   The Grey Coat Hospital Foundation bought the present site in Caversham, and this became Queen Anne’s School on Ascension Day in 1894.