Queen Anne’s is located between Reading and Henley, and easily accessible from the surrounding major travel routes, including Heathrow and Paddington.
Transport is available throughout Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, London and the South.
From the south (A33, M4 Junction 11)
Follow the A33/Reading. Follow signs for Caversham and Henley/A4155 crossing Caversham Bridge and the River Thames. Bear right through Caversham shopping area. At the mini roundabout, take the first exit left (Prospect Street) and travel up the hill to the traffic lights. Take Henley/A4155 straight across this junction. The main entrance to Queen Anne’s is approximately 600 yards on the left hand side.
From the north (M40, Junction 6)
Follow signs for Lewknor and Watlington/B4009. After Watlington take the B481/Nettlebed Road. In Nettlebed and turn left onto the A4130, turning right to Sonning Common and Reading/B481. Continue through Emmer Green until you approach Caversham (down a fairly steep hill). Turn left at the traffic lights on to the A4155. The main entrance to Queen Anne’s is approximately 600 yards on the left hand side.
Please note that some Satellite Navigation systems deliver visitors to the back gate of our school. The main entrance is on Henley Road.
Queen Anne’s School uses Premier Cars taxi service which is CRB checked. Click here to make a booking via their website or alternatively call Premier Cars on 01189 500 500.
Reading Station is a five-minute taxi ride from Queen Anne’s. Trains are available to destinations throughout the UK from Reading Station and run every few minutes to Paddington.
A minibus runs to school from Reading Station. Accompanied travel to London airports and railways is available.
Bus routes and destinations are added according to demand and will change annually to suit our pupils. The current routes cover the following areas: Henley, Cookham Dean, Charvil, Wallingford, Stoke Row, Woodcote, Marlow, Twyford, Wargrave, Maidenhead, Gerrards Cross, Chalfont St Giles, Beaconsfield, Goring-on-Thames, Pangbourne, Streatley, Crays Pond, Sherfield-on-Loddon, Stratfield Saye, Arborfield, Earley, Crowthourne and Ascot.
London Heathrow Airport is a forty-minute car journey from Queen Anne’s.