The Queen's School regularly ranks highly in all national academic league tables and is one of the leading schools regionally for academic performance.
The Lower School academic results are also exceptional, and such is the quality of teaching there that all girls are given automatic entry into the Senior School.
However, impressive as exam data and league tables are, they are far from the whole picture. We add tangible value here at Queen’s. All Senior School pupils are independently tested at the start of their GCSE and A-Level courses and set predicted grades, based on their understanding of the subjects and ability to express themselves. Thanks to our tailored approach to learning, many of our pupils outperform these initially projected grades by quite some way. It is likely then that some of our top-performing pupils would not have achieved their excellent results had they studied elsewhere.
Every year Queen’s pupils achieve some of the best A-level results in the country. The school’s A* rate is excellent and girls go on to study at prestigious universities on very competitive courses both in the UK and abroad.
The Queen's School A-level results since 2015
|% A*||% A||% B||% C||% A/A*||% A*- B|
* Since the introduction of the Queen's Baccalaureate to our Sixth Form curriculum, EPQ results (which are an integral part of the baccalaureate) are included in the data with a weighting of half an A-level, as per UCAS guidelines.
The Queen's School GCSE results since 2015
|% A* / 9-8||% A / 7||% B / 6||% C / 5-4||% A/A* / 9-7||% A*- B / 9-6|
Our students consistently obtain university places at their first-choice institution and are successful in winning places on highly competitive courses.
We maintain close links with our 'old girls' through the alumni office.
Read the profiles of three of our recent leavers.