Queen Victoria School is on the outskirts of Dunblane, a small Cathedral city in the Perthshire area of Scotland. It is easily accessible by road, air and rail.

Dunblane sits at the entrance to the Scottish Highlands, and is just off the main M9 motorway route. It has been a settlement for hundreds of years, and is now home to thousands of families. Sitting on Allen Water, the area was traditionally lived in by mill workers and weavers, and the old cottages inhabited can still be seen today.

Dunblane’s small centre is home to a variety of cafes and restaurants, gift and food shops and all usual amenities including supermarkets and a train station.

The area has many fine walks, and the surrounding countryside is a draw for many, with Stirling to the South, and the Ochil Hills to the East. Dunblane is around an hour from both Glasgow and Edinburgh by train.