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Queen Anne’s School in Caversham

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Queen Anne’s is an inspirational day and boarding school for girls aged 11-18 set in 35 acres in the heart of Berkshire with easy access to London. Founded in 1894, the school is steeped in history and tradition and is known for its pioneering education that prepares girls for the challenges of the modern world. The school is part of the United Westminster Grey Coat Foundation that was founded in 1699 in Westminster as the Grey Coat Hospital.

Why Choose Queen Anne’s School?

From the Sixth Form centre that could be mistaken for Google offices, to the careful support of the wellbeing programme, this girls’ day and boarding school is breaking down barriers and revolutionising the way that teenagers are taught, deploying the latest educational neuroscience research. Every girl is inspired to explore and enjoy her individuality, free from gender-stereotypes, in a safe environment that champions excellence and deep creativity. 

A three-time recipient of the prestigious Microsoft Showcase Schools Award for its extensive digital teaching and learning, Queen Anne’s is also known for its exceptional ‘value added’ with students achieving on average 1.5 grades better than expected at GCSE.  

Offline, and the school is known for its performing and creative arts offering. It boasts a state-of-the-art music centre; outstanding art, design, animation, and ceramics provision; plus, a 250-seat theatre and a thriving dance department. 

Across their extensive sports facilities, you will find an ethos of excellence and inclusion where physical activity is promoted as essential for well-being and development. Lacrosse, netball, tennis, dance, trampolining, swimming, and athletics all feature highly both in academic PE and in the bursting extra-curricular programme, with football, badminton and cricket recent growing additions. Their elite sportswomen are supported at county, regional and national level with representation across a vast array of sports including lacrosse, athletics, trampolining, netball, rowing, swimming, cricket and equestrian.

Open Morning Information

Queen Anne’s will be holding an Open Morning on Saturday 7th May at 9.30am. Guests will be able to tour the 35-acre campus and state-of-the-art facilities, meet key members of teaching staff and hear a presentation on the core values of the school from the new Head, Ms Elaine Purves. For more information please visit the school’s website.

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