• Our vision is to give our students the best opportunity to realise their potential.

    Our Mission Statement


    Our vision is to give our students the best opportunity to realise their potential.

  • Make a note of important term dates and holidays days for the Autumn term.

    Autumn Term Dates


    Make a note of important term dates and holidays days for the Autumn term.

  • Spring Hill High School is committed to ensure that our students are afforded all the time and support they need!

    Results And Destinations


    Spring Hill High School is committed to ensure that our students are afforded all the time and support they need!

Welcome to Spring Hill School

On behalf of the students, staff and Governors, I would like to welcome you to Spring Hill High School. We aim to be a welcoming and inclusive environment in which our students can learn and grow.

Our vision is to give our students the best opportunity to realise their potential and provide every student the tools they need to be respectful, successful and happy people who can go on to make a positive contribution to life in Modern Britain. We achieve this by providing a bespoke learning environment which provides a safe place for young people to mature and become more confident individuals.

Gary Edmunds - Interim HeadWe are extremely proud of our achievements. OFSTED noted that leaders ‘ have crafted a high quality and appropriate curriculum’ and that the ‘journey that students make from the moment they arrive at the school to the time they leave is considerable’. We will continue to drive standards higher so the opportunities for our young people are maximised.

We strongly value the relationship we have with our parents and recognise that effective partnerships are essential.

We appreciate  the support our parents give us and the role they play in enriching our children’s experiences and supporting their child’s education. Parents are always most welcome into school to help or to discuss their child’s progress or any matters of concern.

Gary Edmunds Signature

Gary Edmunds
Interim Head of School

Our Approach

Our Approach

Spring Hill High School has a very personalised approach to education that focuses on the holistic development of the child. This simply means that the school develops, with the student and their parent/carer/foster carer/social worker, a personalised programme of education that is designed to meet the complex needs of the student. Our approach is child centered and is based on elements of Social Learning Theory, Cognitive Behaviour Theory and to some extent the Psychologically Informed Environment(PIE).

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Curriculum Books

 

Curriculum

At Spring Hill High School our aim is to provide learning opportunities that will develop our students to become responsible, respectful, confident, independent, young adults who make a positive contribution to, and are prepared for life beyond Spring Hill High School. We do this by making all students follow a personalised curriculum based on prior attainment data, CEM data, For Skills data,  student aspirations and challenging targets. All students will be actively involved in British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect of those with different faiths and beliefs.

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“Pupils are supported by an external careers advisor who helps them to identify clear goals, career choices and associated career paths.”

Ofsted 2018

Our Sites

Spring Hill High school is a unique school that is split across three sites

Spring Hill High School is located approximately five miles (8 kilometres) north east of Birmingham City Centre and two miles (3 kilometres) from Sutton Coldfield.

Wood End Lane

Wood End Lane

Building confidence so that each student is prepared for transition into further learning, employment or training in the community.
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Orchard Road

Orchard Road

A  very nurturing environment that helps students to access education.
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Slade Road

Slade Road

To care, nurture and educate in a safe environment where students find it difficult to cope in groups.
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