With more than a hundred years of history, Springwood provides an education for boys and girls aged between eleven and eighteen in King's Lynn
@SHSKingsLynn Parents Evening 14 March - there will be a secondhand uniform stall.
PTFA tonight's meeting has had to be postponed and has been rescheduled for the 28th January at 6pm in O11 Sorry for the late notification.
@SHSKingsLynn - GCSE Presentation Evening inspiration guest speaker - Mr Ben Tansley.
Reminder - Sessions will take place - Wednesday 29th and Thursday 30th May from 9:00 - 12:00 during half term.
Ticket will be on sale from the school shop for £2.50
Eyes down for Bingo on Tuesday 30th April 2019
Shakespeare's Guildhall Trust has great pleasure in presenting a fundraising Music Night on Monday 29th April 2019.
In art with Mrs Emspon 7F1, 7H2, 7S1 and 7O2 have been exploring how pattern and different elements of pattern have been in Mexico for the Festival Day of the Dead.
Following their win in late 2018, on Saturday 9th February, three students from Springwood High School took part in the second round of the Rotary Youth Speaks competition in Cambridge.
On Thursday 10th January 2019, we held our 'Stepping Up' evening for our current Year 11 students. Read more here
Thursday 10th January 2019. Please click here to read more.
On Tuesday 18th December 2018 the school will close at 2.25pm
Friends, former colleagues and students joined the family of Peter Hopkins at Springwood High School on Thursday November 29th to celebrate his life and contribution to the School. Mr Hopkins joined Springwood High School as only its second ever Headteacher after Michael Griffiths in September 1995...
Welcome to our Sixth Form, take the first steps to your first choice future.
With more than a hundred years of history, Springwood provides an education for boys and girls aged between eleven and eighteen in King's Lynn. Springwood High School is a comprehensive school with Specialist Performing Arts Status and a long history of providing an excellent education to pupils in West Norfolk.
Springwood has moved from Heads of House to Heads of Year. This has meant that monitoring of academic progress has been better focused and support and intervention put in place has had a greater impact on our students. We have since taken the decision to make the same change to the pastoral support in order to further improve the whole experience for our students.
We have a high expectation of both our teachers and our students. We set challenging targets for all and support each other to achieve them. We work hard to monitor accurately the progress of students, celebrate academic success and intervene where necessary.
We offer a wide range of opportunities, both within and beyond the classroom - it is vital that every student participates in other areas of school life. Springwood expects every student to take part in other aspects of our offer to them such as Competitive Sport, Dance Performances, Duke of Edinburgh Award, Lunchtime clubs, Numerous foreign visits and exchanges, and many more!
Springwood High school is dedicated to ensuring that every student gains the best qualifications possible. We believe that excellent academic qualifications provide each student with the best life chances and opportunities to ensure a successful and fulfilled future.