We say there is no such thing as a Queen Anne’s girl. Then who are they? But it’s easy to spot our girls as they are so unique. They are proactive, open minded, friendly and considerate and they truly embody the values of the school; Trust, Respect, Honesty, Tolerance and Compassion.
Their families may live in different time zones, or they may be part of the local community, but by the time they leave Queen Anne’s they are confident, articulate and are ready to make their own story in the world.
Every Queen Anne’s girl belongs to a House and House parents are the main point of contact for any academic or pastoral queries you or your daughter may have. Each Day Housemistress is supported by two Deputies and tutors and each Boarding Housemistress or Housemaster is supported by a Deputy Housemistress, Matron, Grad Assistant and tutors. Tutors meet with their tutees regularly to discuss academic and pastoral progress. Your daughter will be accompanied by a tutor throughout her time at Queen Anne’s. All staff play a vital role in the smooth running of the House, and in the overall pastoral care given to the girls.
DAY HOUSE LIFE
We believe there is little difference between our Day girls and Boarding girls, apart from the fact that one sleeps here. Our school community is interconnected and the learning and activities that the girls undertake are interwoven and no distinction is made. Understand more about what it is like to be a day girl at Queen Anne’s.
WHICH DAY HOUSE WOULD YOU LIKE TO EXPLORE?
BOARDING HOUSE LIFE
Boarding life at Queen Anne’s is immense fun. It’s busy and action packed, but it’s also carefully considered. At the very heart of boarding is the ‘human’ aspect and ensuring each girl feels loved and valued is key to this. Find out more about being a Boarder at Queen Anne’s.