Merely 20 minutes from central London, the stunning Queenswood estate has the advantage of easy access to the cultural richness of the capital.
Queenswood is adept at raising the academic profile of all its girls. It is a School where group discussion and independent thinking are both encouraged. Students proceed to the best universities both in the UK and abroad to read a wide range of subjects. In recent years, Queenswoodians have been offered place at Oxford and Cambridge to read Natural Sciences and a plethora of subjects in the humanities.
To summarise Queenswood’s effective approach to nurturing academic-minded pupils, a recent parent put it succinctly: ‘Queenswood provides the results without the tears.’
An international community
Queenswood is proud to be an international community, and overseas girls make up around 20% of the pupils. Students have arrived from far and wide, including Antigua and Barbuda, Egypt, France, Japan, Thailand and the USA. Girls of all faiths are welcomed, and they are expected to embrace the School’s broad spiritual ethos.
“Queenswood gave me the confidence and the ambition to do what I wanted to do as well as I could possibly do it.” Dame Alison Richard, former Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University.