Queensmead School Windsor

Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom

Location: Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through with sixth form
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Girls
Age range: 2 - 18 years

About Queensmead School Windsor

Be All You Can Be

Brigidine School is a Catholic independent day school in Windsor, Berkshire. The school accommodates girls from 2-18, and teaches boys up to the age of 13. In addition to the famous royal residence, the town of Windsor has a sterling educational reputation and is the site of Eton school. 

Around 115 pupils attend Brigidine School, which was founded in 1948 by the Order of St Brigid. The school is based on a self-contained site on the edge of Windsor Great Park, and the main school building is an elegant Victorian mansion known as Queensmead. 

Head of education 

Simon Larter 

Values and vision 

The Brigidine mission is to provide each individual pupil with a first-class education and a strong moral compass, enabling them to become great human beings. Teachers hope that, as they journey through life, Brigidine pupils are able to contribute positively to society on their quest to reach their full potential. 

Central to the Brigidine mission is cultivating self-respect and respect for others, in order to create and maintain a safe, secure and loving environment for all in the school community. 

ISI report 

“The governance and management of the school are effective, and ensure that the ethos of the school is clear and that the values and attitudes intrinsic to the school’s foundation permeate every aspect of its life.” 

View Brigidine School’s latest ISI report 


Address: Queensmead, Kings Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 2AX, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1753 863779