Spring Hill High School is committed to ensure that our students are afforded all the time and support they need, in order to access available opportunities to continue to grow and enrich their lives, thereby enabling them to make a positive contribution to the society, when they eventually leave us.

The personalised curriculum and individualised approach to our students’ education means that they are able to move on from us at different times. Some will leave at the end of Year 11, while others, at the end of Year 12, Year 13 or Year 14. The time at which the students leave is dependent on the the amount of time that is needed for them to access the next step.

Students’ progression from Spring Hill High School can be seen as one of the school’s greatest strengths, when we take into consideration the difficulties our students have to overcome in order to make academic and personal progress.

We are pleased to say that many of our Post 16 students make the choice to remain with us and enrol in our Sixth Form Provision.

An example of the destination data is given below:


Student Destinations (School Evaluation Plan)

Pie Chart 2020Student Destinations 2019/2020
Pupils moving on from Year 11 - 16
Further Education College - 18.75%
Spring Hill High School Post-16 - 62.5%
Specialist College - 6.25% (1 student)
Prince’s Trust - 6.25% (1 student)
NEET - 6.25% (1 student)

Pie Chart 2019Student Destinations 2018/2019
Pupils moving on from Year 11 - 5
Further Education College - 40%
Spring Hill High School Post-16 - 20%
Specialist College - 40%
Pre-Apprenticeship - 0%
NEET - 0%

Pie Chart 2018

Student Destinations 2017/2018
Pupils moving on from Year 11 - 7
Further Education College - 11%
Spring Hill High School Post-16 - 33%
Specialist College - 44%
Pre-Apprenticeship - 1%
NEET - 11%

Pie Chart 2017Student Destinations 2016/2017
Pupils moving on from Year 11 - 9
Further Education College - 4%
Spring Hill High school - 55%
Specialist Colleges - 29%
Virtual Colleges - 8%
NEET - 4%

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