We know that success means different things to each of us.  At Queen Anne’s, having the courage to get up and have a go is one of the ways we define success and is the first vital step to the girls achievements.

The intricate web of support from friends, teachers and House staff means Queen Anne’s is an environment where the girls have high aspirations to achieve success and happiness as they strive towards their goals. We have a ‘no limits’ approach to learning and this is a school where there are endless opportunities.


Queen Anne’s School is proud to announce another year of excellent GCSE results with 69% of pupils achieving 9-7 (A*/A) grades, with 47% of all grades at 9/8 (A*) and 125 grade 9’s achieved by students. Alongside outstanding academic success, our pupils demonstrate that they can also achieve extraordinary successes outside of the classroom in sport, music and drama.

Headmistress Mrs Julia Harrington said:

“The enthusiasm and hard work we have seen from this year group has been phenomenal; they have been thoroughly committed to their academic achievements and continue to show their determination to succeed in sixth form.”


Queen Anne’s School is pleased to report another year of excellent academic success with a set of A Level exam results for 2018 that the girls can be extremely proud of. We congratulate all of our Upper Sixth on their tremendous achievements, which has delivered 70% of all grades at A*, A or B. In true Queen Anne’s style, we have some outstanding stories of brilliant academic achievement alongside real sporting, musical and dramatic triumphs.

Headteacher Mrs Julia Harrington said:

“I could not be more proud of the girls’ achievements; they have been a fantastic year group who have been dedicated to their studies and building their futures. They now go on to take up their places at universities in the UK, Holland and the USA, as well as to degree apprenticeships”.