Queen Anne's School
Queen Anne's 'warm and friendly atmosphere makes it easy for girls to settle into the school and make long-lasting friendships, while the house system creates a home-from-home environment, which encourages girls to develop inter-personal skills and learn to understand and respect those around them.'
Head Elaine Purves says: "We are proud to say that there is no such thing as a ‘Queen Anne’s girl’! Here 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, while also being energetic, passionate and exuberant about life."
"Alongside outstanding academic grades, our girls care deeply about the world around them and ahead of them. We encourage them to explore all the possibilities: in the classroom, on the playing field, on the stage, behind the easel or anywhere else that their talents might take them."
"We combine an excellent curriculum, after school clubs and activities with a strong pastoral programme to ensure that, along with outstanding academic preparation, the girls gain complementary skills that allow them to step confidently into the real world."
The school is a registered charity managed by a board of governors. Read more on the Charity Commission website.
The school was last inspected in March 2017. Read the inspection reports on the school's website.
Elaine Purves became Head of Queen Anne's School in 2022.