Queen Anne’s campus is a beautiful and inspiring setting, occupying 35 acres just north of the River Thames. The grounds combine traditional Victorian architecture with new and contemporary buildings to provide cutting-edge facilities:

  • Three Junior Day Houses: Ffyler, Wisdome and Webbe
  • Two Junior Boarding Houses: Maddock and Wilkins
  • Lower Sixth Form Boarding and Day House: Holmes
  • Upper Sixth Form Boarding and Day House: Michell
  • Seven-Laboratory Science Centre with dedicated floors for Physics, Biology and Chemistry, a Greenhouse, Dark Room and Sixth Form ICT Suite
  • Modern Languages Centre with state-of-the art Language Laboratory
  • Music department with more than 20 Practice Rooms, a specialist Apple Mac Music Technology Suite and Concert Hall
  • Purpose-built Library building with large study areas, separate ICT rooms and a dedicated Careers Library
  • Performing Arts Centre with a spacious 250-seat theatre, a Light and Sound Control Room, Study Rooms and a Green Room
  • Art and Design Centre with studios for A Level students, Life Drawing, 3D-Art, Ceramics, Textiles, Computer Graphics, Digital Video-Editing, Photography and Art History
  • Lecture Theatre
  • Chapel with choir loft
  • Sports Centre with Fitness Suite, Dance Studio, competition-standard Sports Hall, Squash Courts, Climbing Wall and Function Suite
  • Large Sports Field with Lacrosse Pitches and Athletics Track
  • Separate indoor 25 metre Swimming Pool
  • Seven Netball Courts
  • 14 Tennis Courts