Medical Needs Teaching Service

Queenswood Education Centre and Community Teaching

Queenswood Education Centre is a teaching base for young people who cannot access mainstream school because of a medical or mental health need.

The staff team includes core subject teachers and specialist support staff. Pupils will either be taught in the community or in the Queenswood Education Centre. In liaison with the mainstream school, medical professional and parents, the allocated case manager will consider the appropriate number of hours of teaching per week.  In the centre they may be taught on a one-to-one basis or as part of a small group. Teaching is based on a Personalised Educational Plan (PEP) drawn up in liaison with the pupil’s own school, parents / carers and other professionals at an initial planning meeting.

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Ukuleles in Leeds Children's Hospital

Ukuleles in Leeds Children's Hospital

The teaching staff at The Leeds Children's Hospital have teamed up with Brightside to bring music to the wards.  Aisling (Brightside...

2017 Summer Holiday Activities at the Leeds Children’s Hospital

2017 Summer Holiday Activities at the Leeds Children’s Hospital

Our theme was Pirates and the sea. We enjoyed some brilliant activities: pirate artefacts from the Discovery Museum (including a pirate himself); peg...

Enrichment week at Grafton Learning Centre

Enrichment week at Grafton Learning Centre

These four images were taken by two Year 10 pupils at Grafton Learning Centre with a keen interest in photography and a real talent! These images...

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