Queensmill School

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Queensmill School
Type Special school
Chair of Governors Mike Walsh
Location Clancarty Road (main campus)
England Coordinates: 51°28′16″N 0°11′44″W / 51.471126°N 0.195660°W / 51.471126; -0.195660
Local authority Hammersmith and Fulham
DfE number 205/7014
DfE URN 100378 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 2–18
Website www.queensmillschool.com

Queensmill School is a coeducational special school for autistic children operating on two sites in London, England. The primary school is at Clancarty Road in Fulham while the secondary school, which opened in 2009, is at West Kensington.[1] It was rated "outstanding" in all aspects for the 2010 Ofsted inspection.

Notable members[edit]

British autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire attended this school during 1979-1987, here he expressed his interest in drawing.


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