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Queen Anne’s School, Caversham

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Queen Anne’s School, Caversham


Address: Henley Road, Caversham, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 6DX
Website: qas.org.uk
Founded: 1894
Number of Pupils: 424
Fees: (termly) day £8,370; flexi-boarding £12,250 – £12,920; full boarding £13,590
Ages: 11-18
Head Teacher: Julia Harrington to Dec 2021. Elaine Purves succeeds Julia in Jan 2022, following headship at St. John’s International, Belgium.
Religious Affiliation: Church of England, accepting girls of no or all faith/s.
Entrance Procedure: Assessment day and Common Entrance
Contact: Registrar, Rachel Wright; 01189 187 300
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Open morning 11 Sept 2021, 19 Nov 2021 and 4 March 2021. Sixth form open evening 30 Sept 2021. Contact admissions for more information on individual visits.

The Curriculum

Academic teaching is structured to allow each girl’s needs to be met so they can thrive and achieve. The broad curriculum encourages subject engagement, leading to a passion for learning.

Games & The Arts

 A rich programme of co-curricular activities provides students with opportunities in the arts, drama, music and sport. Young musicians thrive in the state-of-the-art Scott Music Centre and it’s not uncommon for girls at Queen Anne’s to represent their county and country at a range of sporting events.

Pastoral Care

The excellent reputation of the school’s pastoral care is widespread. Queen Anne’s recognises that girls perform best when they are happy and secure, to ensure this there are effective pastoral systems in place. The girls enjoy success whilst having fun and building strong relationships within a caring environment which encourages girls to find their own path and flourish as individuals.

University Places

Many students continue their education at top UK and overseas universities, studying a range of subjects.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

There is no such thing as a ‘Queen Anne’s girl’! At Queen Anne’s School, you will find a strong community of real girls. Girls who are individuals. Girls who are curious, thoughtful and eager to learn and grow, whilst being energetic, driven and exuberant about life.

Outstanding Characteristics

The school’s 35-acre site combines traditional and contemporary architecture, which hosts cutting-edge facilities. Boasts a TES award-winning Sixth Form Centre. State-of-the-art facilities within the music centre, including recording studio and recital hall. Excellent transport network to the surrounding area and London. ISI Inspection 2017 rated ‘EXCELLENT’.



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