I am delighted to welcome you to Queensway Special School. We are a split-site school that caters for children and young people on the Autistic Spectrum (Queensway North), and for those with social, emotional and mental health difficulties (Queensway South). We pride ourselves on our positive relationships with families and professionals. This helps build a cohesive support network, ensuring that each child is given the tools to reach their potential and have a happy and successful future.
Ms Julie Bravo, Principal

Queensway North

Queensway North will continue to operate as a specialist provision , caring for the needs of children who have an SEN statement with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC).

The school is housed in a fantastic modern building, designed and equipped specifically to support autistic children. 

Queensway North is located on the A442, also known as Queensway, in the direction of Whitchurch. At present the school caters for sixty students.

In May 2014, Queensway was awarded the Certificate of Quality Autism Provision by the National Autistic Society and earned again in April 2017.

Our school environment has also been awarded a commendation reflecting the excellent environment in which our children can learn.

Queensway South

Queensway South, previously known as Mount Gilbert, has recently joined us under the Queensway name. 

Queensway South caters for young people with a diagnosis of social, emotional and behavioral difficulties with additional complex needs such as Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD).

Students can join us from Year 5 in our Primary Phase and remain with us until leaving in Year 11.

Students attending Queensway South come from a wide catchment area around the whole of Telford & Wrekin and are transported from home to school on either the school's own minibus or private taxis.


What our students, parents and professionals have to say.

Thanks so much for your genuine support and understanding for N and his debilitating issue has been like a breath of fresh air for me. For the first time in a very long time, I feel like things are aligning to help him to be fully supported to overcome his Selective Mutism

Parent, Year 8 Student