We are delighted to have signed up to the Boarding Schools' Association's COVID-Safe Charter.
Our Admissions Department remains open and, although we cannot arrange visits at present, we would be pleased to organise online meetings to discuss inquiries and registrations.
We look forward to hearing from you.
We recently embarked on a £450,000 programme of improvements including a new servery in the Dining Hall and state-of-the-art kitchens.
Healthy eating is a top priority with our catering team working in a unique strategic alliance with the Institute of Food, Brain and Behaviour.
Director of Nutrition and Food Development, Amy Roberts:
Youngsters are also able to take part in Discovery Days – when they can try new foods – special Theme Days, Meet the Supplier events and Cooking for Life, which teaches basic cookery and nutritional skills to the over 14s.
Our Head Teacher, Dr Lorraine Earps, said: “Queen’s embraces the importance of metacognition (reflection about the thinking process) throughout our entire curriculum, as a means of providing our young people with the skills needed to be independent and creative thinkers.
“It is essential, therefore, that we ensure that our student family is supported with the best possible choices for a healthy lifestyle, and this is part of our continuing investment across Queen’s College’ services and estate.”
We are delighted that both our Highgrove Nursery and main School have a five-star rating for food hygiene after inspections by the Food Standards Agency.