Welcome. Queen's Croft High School is a learning community for youngsters who find learning difficult. 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 too, with subjects from art to zebra spotting. Although we run just like any other secondary school there are only 186 pupils. Perhaps this is why it's a school pupils like coming to.
Local Offer Statement
All pupils who attend Queen's Croft High School have a statement of special needs or from September 2014, an Education, Health and Care plan. To find out more information please click here.
Please click the link below to view the Queen's Croft High School Ofsted Report.
Ofsted News 2014
London Trip 2015
17th July - School closes
7th September - Inset Day (no children in school)
Staffordshire School Holiday and Term Dates. Click here
A new list of Aiming High Activities for 2015 is available.
Please click here for all activities
In Case Of Emergancy Cards. Please click here for more information.
Staffordshire is a safe place to live.
Even though Staffordshire is one of the safest counties to live in, more people are worried about crime more than they should be. This misconception is worse in some areas than others and we want to find out why this is and do something about it.
Mr John Edwards
Queen's Croft Head Teacher
Our school is situated in Lichfield, Staffordshire close to nearby Cannock Chase. The school was proudly opened by Mr Lightbown, chairman of the education committee in 1981. We have recently had a new extension built to teach communication and interaction with pupils.
Friends 2 Friends News
A new centre located in Lichfield offering advice and support to adults with learning disabilities and their carers in a relaxing and friendly environment. Please click here for more information.
Queen's Croft High School
Telephone: 01543 510669
Fax: 01543 510673