Queen’s College

Queen’s College, Taunton - one of the top academic schools in the South West of England - prides itself on providing an individual education with family values. Renowned for its friendly atmosphere, small class sizes and outstanding pastoral care. Mutual respect and positive attitudes allow students to take informed risks, make mistakes and learn in a supportive and empowered way.

From an academic perspective, Queen’s has a 99% GCSE pass rate and 99.4% of students passed their A Levels in 2023, the vast majority took up their first-choice place at university. With 600 students, including 180 boarders, Queen’s has wonderful facilities and 36 acres of beautiful campus and green space. Queen’s offers excellent teaching with small class sizes, which are reflected in outstanding exam results.

A huge variety of co-curricular activities take place across the school, senior school pupils have the opportunity to do up to 10 hours of co-curricular activities per week:
Queen’s College is well-known as a centre of excellence for the Performing and Creative Arts. The campus processes some of the best facilities in the country for Performing Arts and the School is well known for its specialism in the area. Sport is also an important part of the curriculum and also one of the most popular extracurricular activities at Queen’s. Many sports coaches have competed at first-class level, Queen’s has some of the best sports coaching in the area.


Queen’s College has a long-standing reputation for educating children from military families and is delighted to offer a Service Family Package to run alongside the MOD’s Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA). The offer means families in receipt of CEA pay just 10% of boarding fee, all meals, laundry and local trips are included in this fee.

“ Queen’s provides an individual education with family values”

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HeadMr Julian Noad
School TypeCombined co-education school
Junior Age Range0 - 11
Senior Age Range11 - 18
AcademicGCSE: Yes
Alevel: Yes
Int'l Baccalaureate: No
Vocational yes
Boarding Fees From£.00 per term
Forces DiscountCEA
Total Students590
Youngest Boarder7
Junior Boarders30
Senior Boarders150
Int'l Students150
Closest Airport 1Exeter / Bristol (50km)
Closest Airport 2London Heathrow (240km)
School AddressQueen's College - Taunton
Trull Road