- Head Sue Wallace-Woodroffe
An outstanding independent school for girls aged 4-18 in the heart of Chester – You want the best for your daughter and so do we.
At The Queen’s School, we promise to nurture your daughter in a supportive environment specifically designed for girls to help her embrace changes, reach her potential and achieve more than she ever dreamt possible. We will give your daughter a strong foundation from which to build, ensuring that she is challenged and supported in a way that suits her needs and ambitions. We develop intellectually curious, lifelong learners who are resilient leaders and collaborators with a global outlook.
- Uniquely positioned to focus on educating and developing girls
- Individualised approach to learning
- Strong focus on languages including Mandarin and Spanish
- Exceptional outdoor learning including Forest activities and a specialised Beach School
- Unique Queen’s Baccalaureate programme for Sixth Form
- Extensive enrichment programme
We give pupils self believe and the opportunities to explore and try new things. In particular we want our girls to:
- Think independently
- Collaborate confidently
- Aspire globally
We bring the world into the classroom through a multi-layered approach that gives girls exposure that transcends geographic and cultural boundaries. We foster a global perspective by immersing pupils in experiences that develop a deep understanding and appreciation of other cultures. We want pupils to contribute successfully in the global community by developing global competence: the attitudes, knowledge, and skills needed to live and work in today’s interconnected world matched with global competence to participate as empathetic, engaged, and effective citizens.
Our Forest activities and Beach programme at The Lower School help children develop many skills that are hard to teach in the classroom. They encourage children to be active, assess situations, take risks and make decisions, with lots of activities to develop both fine and gross motor skills. Pupils learn to be self-sufficient and take care of themselves, which boosts their confidence and self-esteem.
All of this takes place in a caring environment where no one gets lost or slips through the net thanks to our close knit school community and individual approach to learning. Indeed being a smaller school dedicated to the education of girls, we can offer a level of pastoral and academic support that is second to none.
- Age range 4 - 18
- Day / Boarding Day
- Religious affiliation Church of England
- 14+ GCSE, IGCSE
- 16+ A Level, Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
- Fees (per term) September 2020 - July 2021
- £3,117 - £3,207 per term
- £4,537 per term
- £4,537 per term
- Find out more about fees >
Bursaries & Scholarships
A number of academic scholarships are offered to girls joining Queen’s at Year 7 entry, based on their performance in the January Entrance Examinations.
Sixth Form Scholarships are also available for girls joining Queen’s at Year 12 and for current pupils continuing their education into Sixth Form.
The Governors of The Queen’s School are committed to broadening access to the school by offering eligible parents financial support for girls attending our Senior School. Such support is awarded by way of a discount on tuition fees, depending on the financial, compassionate or other relevant circumstances of applicants.
Bursaries are means-tested and awards are made on a combination of academic merit and financial need at the absolute discretion of the Governors. The level of bursary support offered varies depending upon parental need and bursary funds available, but can extend to full fee remission. Once awarded, the amount will be reviewed annually.Find out more >
- Academic scholarships
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
- Sixth Form scholarships
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, the GSA is not responsible for inaccuracies.