11 - 18
Prep / Senior (Girls)
South East England
Founded in 1894
A-Level & GCSE
6 Henley Road, Caversham, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 6DX,England
Key Information & Geographic location in the UK
Queen Anne’s School is an independent boarding and day school for girls from 11 to 18 year old, and is located in Berkshire, England. About half of the pupils are boarders.. Queen Anne's campus is a 35-acre site with landscaped gardens and playing fields immediately adjacent to the teaching and boarding accommodation. Queen Anne’s School is well-known for its “Brain Can Do” spirit, and school is endeavoring to nurture girls into confident, motivated, and caring ladies.
According to the Independent Schools Inspectorate's Inspection Report in 2011, the pupils’ overall achievement was graded “Excellent”, almost all pupils progress to higher education and develop their potentials to the fullest. In 2019, 68% of the graduates achieved A*-B in A-Level, and 44% of them achieved A*-A. And most students can secure a place in the top 20 UK universities.
Boarding and Pastoral Care for students:
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. There are four boarding houses in school, namely Maddock, Wilkins, Holmes and Michell. Inter-house events and competitions are often held so that the girls get to know each other
Saturday morning lessons were replaced in 2009 for optional sport, hobbies and extended learning activities, including rowing, horse riding, textiles and first aid. Some special courses are dog trainings, self-defense and jewelry making. Besides, school’s choir and orchestra have gained reputation in the world. They are often invited to perform in many European countries and in Westminster Abbey termly. Queen Anne's School was a founder of the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships and many students participate in the competition every year. As for drama, ?students from Westminster have won prizes from RADA (The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art).
Sporting activities -
Music activities -
Club activities -
School Ranking 2019
A-Level A* - A
A-Level A* - B
GCSE 9 - 7
GCSE 9 - 4
Year 7 - £38,070
Year 8 - £38,070
Year 9 - £38,070
Year 10 - £38.070
Year 11 - £38,070
Year 12 - £38,070
Year 13 - £38,070
Speak to our specialist International Educational Consultants
If you would like to speak to one of our UK and international educational consultants, please contact us for further information at JMS Global Consultancy.
Alternatively, complete an enquiry form. We assist families across Hong Kong, China (including Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen) and South East Asia (including Malaysia and Singapore).