The majority of the school’s pupils are of British or Spanish nationality although many other nationalities are also represented.

Except at Nursery level, it is important that all those seeking entry should have a good grasp of the English language, both spoken and written, at a level appropriate to their stage of development.

At all levels, entry to the school is through interview and assessment. Pupils coming from other schools must provide copies of their most recent academic reports and, if requested, a character reference from their Head Teacher.

Preliminary enquiry form for admission [click here to download]

Interviews for places in the Nursery class take place in January of the year of entry.

The form of assessment depends on the level of entry:

  • Primary Department – pupils spend a morning in the classroom, enabling them to experience life at Queen’s at first hand and giving the class teacher an opportunity to assess their suitability for a place.
  • Secondary Department – pupils are required to take a test in English and Mathematics and Spanish if applicable.
  • Sixth Form (years 12 and 13) – entry at this level depends on GCSE results and a personal reference from previous school.