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Information for Parents & Carers

We understand that deciding where to send your child to school is a big decision and that you need as much information as possible to help you make the right choice for you and your family. Please find here a dedicated area providing helpful information for parents and carers, including FAQs and our school term dates.

If there is any information that you feel would be supportive, please do not hesitate to request this from queenswoodschool@aspriscs.co.uk.

Our latest Ofsted report

Please find more information on our latest Ofsted report here.

Queenswood School term dates

Please find below the term dates 2021/2022 for Queenswood School:
Queenswood School - Term dates


Queenswood School received 0 complaints during the 2022-2023 academic year.

Please note that there is a variety of information available throughout the website, but should you require any information relevant to school policies, individual academic performance, the complaints procedure and a summary of staff and their qualifications, this information is also available on request at queenswoodschool@aspriscs.co.uk.

Keeping your child safe online

For a range of information about keeping yourself or a child you know safer from any online abuse, please visit: www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the timings for the school day?
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Do I need to send a packed lunch?
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If my child misbehaves, will you send them home?
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Are the pupils allowed to smoke on site?
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What class will my son/daughter be in?
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What subjects do you offer?
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Are the pupils allowed to have their phone on them in school?
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Do the pupils go off site at any point?
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How often will the school contact me to keep me informed of how my child has been?
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Do you do GCSEs and are there a range of levels of qualifications available if my son/daughter cannot access GCSEs?
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“At the end of every term, the school provides detailed information about pupils’ progress to parents. This includes information about attendance, behaviour and extra-curricular activities. Staff at the school work closely with individual parents, which sustains the good progress of pupils.”

Queenswood School Ofsted report

“The school has strong links with parents, carers and outside agencies. These help to ensure that staff meet pupils’ needs and potential problems affecting pupils outside the school are minimised.”

Queenswood School Ofsted report