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‘Girls can really be who they want to be here,' says the head. 'They don’t hold back because they don’t feel they need to be cool in the same way they would if there were boys around...’...

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With some of the best results across Chester, Wirral and North Wales, top grades in all areas of our ISI inspection, excellent facilities, great sports results and a diverse and stimulating mix of extracurricular activities, we are rightly proud of all that The Queens School does. But dont take our word for it... find out what the pupils themselves think at one of our Open Events. Discover how single-sex education really works for girls and why they leave us happy, confident and ready to take on the world... ...Read more

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‘Girls can really be who they want to be here,' says the head. 'They don’t hold back because they don’t feel they need to be cool in the same way they would if there were boys around...’

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Since 2010, Mrs Sarah Clark MA (early 40s). Read history and classics at Newnham College, Cambridge. Previously deputy head at Wellingborough School in Northamptonshire. Married to a history lecturer, with two teenage children. Avid supporter of Chelsea FC and loves to cycle, paint and write fiction. Active and breezy, she spoke to us exuberantly about working in single sex education. ‘Girls can really be who they want to be here. They don’t hold back because they don’t feel they need to be cool in the same way they would if there were boys around.’ Girls describe her as ‘chatty...

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