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Queen Anne's School, Caversham

Queen Annes School, Caversham

Year of foundation: 1894
Address: Henley Road, Caversham, Berkshire RG4 6DX
Location: The school is located in the small town of Caversham on the River Thames. Caversham is situated in close proximity to the large town of Reading about halfway between London and Oxford.
Campus size: 145.687 m2
Number of students: 420
Number of boarders:     160
Number of international students: 59
Number of students from Germany: currently 0
Ratio girls/boys in %: 100/0
Ratio tutors/students: 1/7
School type: Senior School with 6th Form (11 to 18 years) for girls only
Graduation: GCSE, A levels
Specific features: Excellent academic results. The school has particularly small classes, where the teachers can respond perfectly to the individual requirements of students. Besides from the regular lessons the school pays great attention to the artistic, musical and athletic development of the girls. Queen Anne’s School ranks among the best girls’ schools in the UK.
Accommodation: There are two boarding houses each for the sixth formers and the younger students. All houses are equipped with a TV room, a game room, a computer lab, where also the homework can be done, a common kitchen and laundry facilities. The rooms are furnished cosily and suitably with beds , lots of storage space and wardrobes. For students  of the 10th form and over there are also single rooms with own desks available. Sixth formers are usually accommodated in ensuite rooms.
Foreign languages: German, French, Spanish, Latin, Mandarin
Elective subjects: art, classic literature, music, drama, information technology, Science Triple (biology, chemistry und physics), geography, history  etc.
Facilities/offers: science centre with eight labs, art centre with seven studios (own pottery included), centre for dramatic arts (auditorium with 250 Plätzen seats, computerised green room, rehearsal rooms, dressing room and production workshop included), drama group, music centre mit 20 practise rooms, choir, orchestra, computer lab, two-storey library, language lab, photo laboratory, debating society, sports hall, indoor swimming pool, fitness room , dance studio, multifunctional room, climbing wall, seven netball fields,  14 tennis courts, three squash courts, five lacrosse fields
Range of sports: Football, hockey, cricket, netball, basketball, athletics, swimming, tennis, badminton, squash, lacrosse, dancing, climbing etc.
Fee: 9.975 £ per term resp. 29,925 £ per school year
School prospectus as a pdf-file  
Students‘ testimonials as a pdf-file  
Link to the school website: http://www.qas.org.uk/
  • Main building of Queen Anne's School
  • Library of Queen Anne's School
  • Students of Queen Anne's School in the library
  • Schoolgirls of Queen Anne's School
  • Schoolgirls of Queen Anne's School on the school campus
  • Schoolgirls of Queen Anne's School in the school cafeteria
  • Schoolgirls of Queen Anne's School in the chemistry lab
  • Schoolgirls of Queen Anne's School during the music lessons
  • Student of Queen Anne's School at the scaffold
  • Theatre performance at Queen Anne's School
  • Schoolgirls of Queen Anne's School when playing lacrosse
  • Schoolgirls of Queen Anne's School on the sports grounds