Queen’s Gate School

London - S and SW

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  • Category: Pre-Preparatory / Preparatory / Senior / Sixth Form
  • Pupils: Girls
  • Type: Day
  • Religious Affiliation: Non-Denominational
  • Roll: 0 (Boys) 538 (Girls)
  • Age Range: 4 - 18 years.
  • Founded: 1891

Open Days

2019. All visits are welcome, please contact the school.


2018/2019. Sixth Form and Senior School: £6,850.00 per term.

Junior School: £6,170.00 ( includes School Lunch for Forms IA, IB, Transition and Preliminary)


ISI Inspection 2017
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School Contact Details

Headteacher: Mrs Rosalynd Kamaryc

Queen’s Gate School
131-133 Queen's Gate
London - S and SW

[t]: 020 7589 3587
[f]: 020 7584 7691
[w]: www.queensgate.org.uk

Location Description

Our School is housed in five elegant Victorian buildings in Queen’s Gate, ideally situated to take advantage of the museums, galleries, theatres and other resources offered by a Central London education.

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School News

Queen's Gate independent girls' day school London SW7

11 Queen’s Gate girls took part in a Model UN at The Merchant Taylors’ School on Sunday 10th February, representing France and the Dominican Republic.

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They sat on various committees including the Security Council, Finance, Human Rights, Health, Disarmament, and Environment, competing against more than 170 students from 15 schools. As always, the girls had prepared thoroughly beforehand and had accumulated a considerable amount of information on their allocated countries.

The topics debated ranged from the Israel-Palestine conflict to the question of water security, and the financial inclusion for women to the elimination of medical black markets, to name but a few. The QG delegations played a full part, proposing motions and amendments, making points of information and voting on the resolutions.

In the afternoon, they also took part in a global ‘crisis’ and were asked to respond to a topic that was unknown to them prior to the conference: the fictitious breaking news that Iran had invaded Israel and had used chemical weapons. The girls had to think on their feet and their debating skills were tested, always mindful that the role of the UN is to avoid war.

It was a hugely successful MUN conference and the QG delegations won two highly coveted individual awards out of the 12 available at the MTSMUN.

Congratulations to Luna Middleton-Roy and Diane-Sophie Capelle, who received the prestigious ‘Best Delegate’ award – both girls dealt exceptionally well with the pressures of representing France and displayed confidence and impressive maturity throughout.

Taking part in an MUN conference requires a huge amount of preparation beforehand, as well as the courage to stand up and make your voice heard in a competitive debating environment. Dr Lee.

Best of luck to the pupils taking part in the final conference of the academic year, at The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School in mid-March!

Many congratulations to all our UV girls on their excellent GCSE results!

Harder examinations and a new grading system in a number of subjects have not

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prevented our girls from achieving success. This year our results have been a mixture of letters and numbers, with over 80% of the results being graded A*/A or their equivalent 9/8/7 in the new system. 37% of the results were given the new grade 9. Almost half of UV gained all A*/A or their equivalent and five girls achieved all A*s or 9s.

Principal, Mrs Kamaryc, commented, ‘We are very proud of all our girls’ achievements today at GCSE. Many congratulations to all the girls who have worked hard and deserve their success, but thank you also to our staff who too have worked hard and offered tremendous commitment, and to our parents who have supported their daughters and staff on the journey to GCSE – an excellent team effort! The staff and I send the girls our warmest congratulations and good wishes for Sixth Form and A Levels – well done, all of you!’

We are delighted with the girls’ results with almost 54% being A/A* and 96% being A*-C. The girls and staff have worked very hard to

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achieve these excellent results and they all deserve our congratulations.

Mrs Kamaryc, the Principal, commented, ‘We are sad to say goodbye to such an excellent cohort, but they have exciting new adventures ahead as they set off to University, both in the UK and States, Art Colleges and Gap Years. The staff and I congratulate all the girls and wish them every success and happiness in the future – remember that you will always be Queen’s Gate girls and we look forward to your visits back to School!’

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