UKLC, Queen Anne School
Reading is a large town in Royal County of Berkshire. It has been important since medieval times and the ruins of Reading Abbey, a monastery with strong royal connections, can still be visited.
Queen Anne’s School has a history which dates back to 1698. It is situated in a lovely closed campus with 35 acres of extensive landscaped grounds just north of the River Thames. The grounds combine traditional Victorian architecture with new and contemporary buildings to provide cutting-edge facilities, all of which is just a one mile walk from the centre of Reading.
Students can take part in the “typical” summer programme consisting of English lessons plus a wide variety of activities and sports. Sessions are structured and are coached by specialist staff. Sessions can include tennis, basketball, volleyball, swimming, photography workshops, dance, football, and drama. A fun evening programme is also organised for students to socialise and take part in even more events and team challenges.
- Classic boarding school with easy access to London and its airports
- Excellent sports and performing arts facilities
Courses at School
- Young Learner Courses
- Closed Group Courses
- Examination Courses - Trinity GESE
- General English
- Summer vacation
Marija, Group Leader, Latvia
"This was a new city for me and I really loved it. The school is fantastic and we enjoyed the trips to see different places. I would definitely recommend Reading as a place to bring students."