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Queen Annes School

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Fabulous art department – ‘creativity happens here’ announces a trompe d’oeil splashed across floor and entrance. One of the most imaginative arrays of A level art we’ve seen, from intricate hanging installations to the imaginary office of Kim Jong Un’s head of propaganda. The Space, home of the brand new sixth form centre plus dining hall, is a triumph of glass and stainless steel, complete with Café 6, the bright, stylish in-house eatery serving hot snacks and proper coffee to sixth formers, who relax in leather upholstered booths...

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High aspirations combined with a positive approach to learning creates an environment where girls at Queen Annes can grow into motivated, decisive and self-assured individuals. We are renowned for academic success alongside a rich programme of extra-curricular opportunities and excellence in the arts, drama, music and sport.

As a Church of England School we are part of The Grey Coat Hospital Foundation, Westminster, London. Located in Caversham, Berkshire, the school is situated to the north of Reading near Henley-on-Thames and is just over 40 minutes from London. School transport is available from destinations throughout Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, London and the South.

The best way to find out about Queen Annes is to talk to those at the heart of our community our pupils! Visit our website which contains images, videos and narratives drawn from their experiences. We look forward to welcoming you to Queen Annes!
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Since 2006, Julia Harrington BA NPQH (50s). Educated at grammar school in Lydney and Exeter University (history and politics). From a family of teachers, decided to break the mould and work in the media before accepting her vocation and training as a teacher and psychodynamic counsellor. Having seen the array of dazzling facilities at QAS, we wonder whether she’s actually a wannabe architect. ‘No – but I am passionate about creating the right learning environment.’ Clear that exam results are not enough to get girls where they want to be as adults: ‘they need creativity and resilience too – and their inner compass needs to be set firmly.’ Parents say she’s absolutely ‘pro empowering women’; she’s a born marketeer (but don’t let that put you off) and, with her game face on in full...

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