In a Christian Community, we Achieve, Enjoy and Include
This is a school where people matter and where children come first
Starting school for the first time is a big step and an exciting experience for many children. By working together, school and home can make the most of the excitement and can help to avoid any anxieties – not only in the first instance, but also during the rest of the time that your child spends with us.
We are a friendly, caring school community, sharing the success of each individual. We offer a welcoming, supportive and challenging environment. We help children to develop enquiring minds and a love of learning, together with a sense of self-respect and respect for others.
We work hard and expect children to work hard as well; we are committed to achieving high standards. Children become increasingly confident over time and it is important to us, that children enjoy their schooling and take away fond memories of their time spent here.
Our most recent Ofsted inspection recognises that our school is a good school. The report notes that pupils make good progress and achieve well, teaching is generally good and often better and the range of additional learning opportunities is outstanding. You can access a full copy of the report here Ofsted Report.
The school is fully accessible for people using wheelchairs.
For further information on our school, please visit the D.F.E school performance tables website: www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=109997
It is our aim that new families should quickly feel part of our school family where staff, parents, students and governors are equally valued. We hope this is the beginning of along and happy association.
The school opened in September 1988 as the newest member of the Royal Free Foundation Schools, begun in 1705 with donations from Queen Anne and Prince George of Denmark. Situated near the Long Walk close to the Great Park, The Queen Anne is purpose built in an attractive setting of mature grounds, accommodating 149 children between the ages of 5 and 9.
The Queen Anne Royal Free CE First School is a Maintained school under the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Learning and Care Directorate. We are a Church of England Controlled school with a joint association with the Diocese of Oxford.
Our school is a one form entry school. All classes have a teacher and teaching assistant. The school sends children to all four Middle Schools in Windsor, according to parental preference.
The children at The Queen Anne are incredibly fortunate to benefit from excellent outdoor grounds including:
- Large playing fields
- A dedicated, safe Foundation Stage area with bikes, games and role play areas.
- A playground space
- Exciting climbing equipment
- Bright playground markings
- A quiet courtyard area
- Growing beds
- A pond area
- A woodland walk
- The Little Woods
- The Lost Garden