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  • Inspiring Individuals
  • Empowering Minds
  • Defining Futures

Values & Ethos

Queen’s Park High School is an ambitious, forward thinking school, aiming to provide the very best learning and personal development opportunities for every young person that we serve.

We have committed, hard-working and enthusiastic staff, who regularly go above and beyond to ensure that all our students are known as individuals, are given opportunities to thrive both within and beyond the classroom and achieve success beyond their expectations. Our school is an academy within The Learning Trust, a multi-academy trust aiming ‘to serve young people, to educate, enlighten and give them the expertise and confidence to succeed’.

As a school, Queen’s Park High School has ambitious outcomes for all its students.
Our vision is founded upon the following principles:

•  Inspiring Individuals

•  Empowering Minds

•  Defining Futures

Inspiring Individuals

We value the uniqueness of everyone in our school, and we have committed to make excellence in teaching the core value of our school, so that all members of our community are inspired to learn and achieve. 

Empowering Minds

We believe that everyone has ideas to share, aspirations to realise, and  opinions that matter.  It is our mission to liberate young people to think freely, without constraint and beyond limits.

Defining Futures

In all that we do, we are guided by the knowledge that the foundations of every young person's tomorrow are laid today.  By achieving excellence in all that we do, we aim to make today's young people tomorrow's era defining leaders, thinkers and pioneers.

Our School Development Priorities underpin our school vision and are outlined below: 

School Improvement Plan


To ensure effective reading and literacy strategies are deployed across the curriculum to ensure students can effectively access the curriculum


To ensure improved outcomes for all students, in particular for those who are disadvantaged & SEND.


To ensure student behaviour allows for effective teaching and learning

4 To improve the attendance of students who are disadvantaged & SEND.
5 To ensure that a coherently planned and effectively delivered curriculum meets the needs of all pupils in particular those who are disadvantaged & SEND.
6 To ensure learning is deeply embedded in memory through quality teaching across all Key Stages to ensure students are effectively prepared for examinations and assessments.
7 To improve the provision within 6th form to ensure it is good as per the criteria in the Ofsted handbook.