Kindness

Every member of the Queen’s Croft community demonstrates kindness, compassion and consideration in every action and interaction

Inclusion

The school environment, every activity and every project is designed to be fully inclusive

Respect

We demonstrate respect for other people, organisations and the environment in everything we do

Community

We will demonstrate meaningful interactions to show that Queen’s Croft High School is influential and at the heart of the local community 

Learning

We offer exceptional learning opportunities through our teaching, pastoral and enrichment practice to support our students in achieving their full potential

Success

We recognise success in the students’ experience of Queen’s Croft High School and in their individual destinations including further education, work, family life and social context

Queen’s Croft High School is a learning community for youngsters who find learning difficult.  A generic Special School, it serves students with a range of special educational needs from Lichfield and the surrounding towns and villages, including Burntwood, Rugeley and Armitage. Pupils are valued for who they are and provided with exciting things to do. We have high standards of behaviour and high standards of care. Pupils are given the opportunity to achieve and the support to succeed in all of this and the national curriculum.

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Our Sensory Suite

Civic dignitaries joined pupils and staff at Queen’s Croft High School in Birmingham Road to watch MP Michael Fabricant officially open the facility. Headteacher Peter Hawksworth said “The suite represents an exciting development in the school’s provision for students with profound and multiple learning difficulties.”

Find about our Sensory Suite
The Sensory Suite at Queen’s Croft High School was established to offer a stimulating sensory learning environment for our students with the very highest levels of need.  Student based in the suite access learning that makes use of touch, taste, smell, sight and hearing in order to maximise the level of experience they enjoy and to help them develop significant lifelong skills.  Since it was built in October 2015 and opened by Michael Fabricant MP in January 2016, the suite has had a powerful impact on the learning experience of a number of young people with highly complex difficulties.

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Queen's Croft High School

Birmingham Road, Lichfield,
Staffordshire WS13 6PJ

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01543 227245

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 office@queenscroft.staffs.sch.uk