Queen's College, London
Times have certainly changed at this traditionally liberal, non-competitive school. Queen’s College is a calm, warm, friendly place that has long since put its somewhat ill-disciplined days behind it and now ranks alongside the best of the London day schools, firmly on the 11+ list for many parents. While some tiger mums still consider it too easy-going, we see it as a breath of fresh air in the hothouse of central London. With a broad church of ability, academic results are rising, the quality of teaching across the curriculum is excellent and there is a real sense of a school that is going places. Oh, and the lack of outdoor space is made up for by the chance to hit Topshop in the lunch break (sixth-formers only, we're afraid!). ...
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Fees and bursaries
Day fees per term
Queen’s College operates a well-funded and popular bursary scheme, offering up to 100 per cent fee remission to families who qualify. Where there are more eligible applications than available bursaries, preference will normally be given to applicants with the strongest academic potential, judged against the entrance exam, 11+ or at the school’s own discretion.
Bursaries are offered to entrants at 11+ and 16+.
For more information, visit Queen’s website https://www.qcl.org.uk/admissions/scholarships-bursaries
Bursar Crispin Mortoncmorton@qcl.org.uk
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