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Interesting and intelligent displays everywhere, from Stonehenge interpretations to a display about healthy eating: ‘How does Usain Bolt run so fast?' One parent, who said her daughter had had an academic wobble due to changes at home, praised the support she had received: ‘she was able to catch up and thrive’. For those not inclined towards waving a wooden stick around a pitch, Mrs W-W has developed a Fitness for All programme...

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With some of the best results across Cheshire, 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 Queen's School does. But don't 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 girls leave us happy, confident and ready to take on the world... ...Read more

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Headmistress

Since September 2018, Sue Wallace-Woodroffe MSc (Edinburgh University, biological sciences and genetics, then genetics at Cambridge). Previously headmistress of Princess Helena College, a girls’ boarding school in Hertfordshire.

A passionate believer in single sex education, she wants Queen’s to provide a ‘safe space’ for girls to explore, take risks and love their learning. She points out that around 50 per cent of the girls at Queen’s opt for sciences at A level, which she feels is indicative of an environment free of preconceptions: ‘they are not viewed as "boy subjects’’.' As the academic environment at Queen’s is a given, she is especially keen for the girls to have fun, throw themselves into their extracurricular and develop skills they will need in the workplace. At the time of our visit, to...

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