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Queen's College prides itself on its commitment to foster the happiness, well-being and productivity of every pupil by providing a caring environment in which the needs of all pupils are given top priority.
Each standard is under the guidance of aÂ Grade Head whose function is to monitor the adjustment and progress of the boys and to liaise with staff, parents, the School Counsellor, the Headmaster and Housemasters on all matters concerning the welfare of pupils. The school provides parents with regular feedback about their sons through newsletters,reports, telephone contact, and personal interviews.
Queen's College aims to provide a broad and balanced Christian based education which prepares pupils to succeed academically and gives them the confidence and skills to meet the challenges and demands of modern society.
The College offers a wide range of subjects catering for the needs of all pupils and preparing them for tertiary education in any field. While the educational programme is consistent with the broad system laid down in the National Curriculum, our well-qualified and motivated staff strives to enrich studies by relating them to real-life social, ethical, environmental and economic issues. Teachers also bring lessons alive by making extensive use ofÂ information technology and arranging stimulating educational excursions and field trips.
Computer literacy is an integral part of all subjects at Queen's. Valuable computer skills are learnt in our well-equipped computer centre. Computer Applications Technology and Information Technology are offered as subject options in the FET phase (Grades 10 to 12).
In addition to the computer centre, our modern, spacious teaching facilities includeÂ 20 classrooms,Â fourÂ Science and Biology laboratories, a design and technology facility (Engineering and Graphic Design), a media centre, a library and a music facility.Â Visual Art isÂ taught in conjunction with our sister school, Queenstown Girls' High School.