Queen’s College prides itself on providing an individual education with family values and strives to be a centre of excellence for thinking and creativity with many of our students continuing on to top Universities. Providing a coeducational day and boarding setting for 0-18 year-olds. Queen’s College is renowned for its creative and performing arts and is also a centre of excellence for outdoor pursuits. Sport also features prominently with many students representing their country.
Mr Julian Noad (Head)
Mr Henry Matthews (Head of Prep)
Religious affiliation: Methodist
Day/boarding type: Day, Weekly/Flexible Boarding and Full Boarding
Gender profile: Coeducational
Boarding fees per term:
£5,615 to £12,305
Day fees per term:
£1,351 to £6,890
Scholarships & bursaries:
ISC reference number:
DfE reference number:
933 / 6024
Boys - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 0.25 to 18 (226)
Boarding: 7 to 18 (70)
Sixth Form: (51)
Girls - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 0.25 to 18 (268)
Boarding: 7 to 18 (81)
Sixth Form: (67)
Queen’s College Scholarships recognise exceptional aptitude and talent in a chosen area. The purpose of these awards is to attract students who:
Strive for excellence in their thinking and creativity
Are thoughtful, confident, reliable young people keen to be the future leaders of society
Have a strong moral and spiritual fibre
We encourage and support our scholars to do the very best they can at all times and to become individuals who will match or exceed our expectations. Our aspiration is that they will contribute to the Queen’s community and be an inspiration to those around them.
We welcome applicants with a proven excellence and clear potential in the area of your specialism. We are keen to encourage you to apply if you are a top musician who also loves playing sport; an academic that is also appreciative of the arts or an excellent sportsman or woman who could lead a debate. Queen’s students contribute to the richness of the community and our scholars are there to be trail blazers to lead the way and set the standards.
In line with the College’s aims and inclusive nature, a number of means-tested assisted places are available for pupils who meet the College’s entry criteria but still require financial support to attend Queen’s.
We believe in providing children with the support and opportunities they need to fulfil their potential. These assisted places can be stand alone or combined with scholarships.
We also offer sibling discounts.
All applications are considered by a bursary committee.
Please contact the Admissions team for more information about the bursary process – email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, ISC is not responsible for inaccuracies