About Queen Anne's School
Girls can attend Queen Anne's daily or on a full, weekly, flexi- or occasional board basis according to individual family needs. Each girl, whether day or boarding, belongs to a House and the House system is integral to our academic and pastoral care. Currently approximately half the pupils board and half attend on a daily basis. Queen Anne's campus is a beautiful and inspiring setting. It occupies 35 acres just north of the River Thames, between Henley-on-Thames and Reading and is easily accessible from London. The grounds combine traditional Victorian architecture with new and comtemporary buildings to provide cutting edge facilites. The school day begins at 8am and ends at 6.30pm, with the exception of Wednesdays when the day finishes at 4.30pm. The extended day enables the girls to take part in extra-curricular activities and academic clinics and complete prep. As a result, when the schol day finishes at 6.30pm, the evening is the girls' own to relax and spend quality time with family and friends. In the key academic years of GCSE, AS and A Level the girls will have additional private study and extended prep to complete in their own time. Visit our website www.qas.org.uk for further information.
Full Board - £11,405 per term - Includes tuition, board, laundry, ordinary medical care and use of books which are provided below Sixth Form Flexi Board 3 or 4 nights per week - £10,835 per term 2 night per week - £10,280 per term Day - £7,735 per term - Includes tuition, ordinary medical care and use of books which are provided below Sixth Form Overnight Accommodation - £60 per night Exeat Weekend - £110 per weekend Exeat Weekend - £150 per weekend (inc. Bank Holiday)
Scholarships & Bursaries
Queen Anne’s School offers a number of Scholarships for entry at 11+ and 13+ based upon merit to encourage the promotion of excellence across all aspects of school life.
Applications for 11+ and 13+ scholarships should be received by the Headmistress no later than mid-November in the year prior to entry. Details of how to apply will be sent to registered families prior to the Entrance Examination.
Scholarships available include;
ALL ROUND SCHOLARSHIPS
The School offers Bursary assistance to parents of girls entering the School where prospective parents would otherwise not be able to send their daughters to Queen Anne’s.
The School may also offer financial support to parents of girls already at the school whose financial circumstances worsen unexpectedly. All applications for Bursaries are considered on the basis of individual circumstances and are means tested.
At Queen Anne’s School, girls usually enter the school at 11+ (Year 7),13+ (Year 9) or Sixth Form (Year 12). We promote individuality in our girls and assess each girl on an individual basis and recognise potential. In order to take part in our entrance procedures girls must be registered with Queen Anne’s School 11+ and 13+ Applicants For both 11+ and 13+ entry we hold an Assessment Day which takes place in October, prior to Common Entrance in January. Girls take a written English paper as well as completing online (www.cem.org) Mathematics, Verbal Reasoning and Non-verbal Reasoning texts and they also take part in a group interview. A reserved place may be offered (subject to Common Entrance). All girls sit the 11+ or 13+ Common Entrance Examinations in Mathematics, English and Science, which take place in the January of the year of entry. Academic Scholarships are awarded to a limited number of girls as a result of the Common Entrance Examinations. Sixth Form Applicants The application process for the Sixth Form takes place during the autumn term prior to the year of entry. The requirement for entry is a minimum of six A*- B (or 9 - 6) grades at GCSE (including English Language and mathematics) and A*- B (or 9 - 6) grades in the subjects to be studied for A level, together with a satisfactory reference from her current school. Entrance examinations take place in November prior to the year of entry for the Sixth Form. Papers are set in English and Mathematics and for those applying for an Academic Scholarship a Scholars’ Essay paper is also set. Overseas Applicants If a pupil is not based in the UK or not a UK national, our admissions team can arrange for examinations to take place in her current school or at the British Council. If a pupil is unable to visit Queen Anne’s in addition to taking the entrance examinations, a Skype interview with the Head of EAL will be organised. If the pupil is applying for the Sixth Form, heads of the department of the subjects considered for study at A Level will also be involved.
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