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  • Futures Day

    Published Thursday 22nd June 2017
    Thursday 15th June marked the return of Futures Day, an event aimed at highlighting the range of opportunities available to our Sixth Students upon completion of their A Levels. ...

    Published Wednesday 24th May 2017
    The latest Year 12 cohort have been making excellent progress and I am pleased to report that there are 18 students with an ATL score in every subject. ...
  • Apprenticeship Successes

    Published Friday 5th May 2017
    Within the Sixth Form we are dedicated to ensuring that all students achieve their first choice future and this doesn’t mean university for everyone. ...
  • Coca Cola Youth Event Day

    Published Wednesday 5th April 2017
    Coca Cola Youth Event Day with mykindafuture at CCEP (Peterborough): Thursday 23rd March 2017...
  • Annual Debate - 31 March 2017

    Published Wednesday 5th April 2017
    Springwood Sixth From hosted its annual debate on 31st March 2017...
  • Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)

    Published Thursday 16th March 2017
    42 students from Springwood Sixth Form this week have received outstanding results for their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). ...
  • Annual Pancake Day Race

    Published Monday 6th March 2017
    Tuesday 28th of February saw Springwood High Schools annual Pancake Day races cause a buzz within the school. ...
  • Christmas Bake Off

    Published Wednesday 11th January 2017
    As part of their fundraising the Sixth Form Social committee organised a Christmas themed Bake Off on 15th December. ...
  • Presentation of the Queen's Prize

    Published Monday 9th January 2017
    Toby Hoare met the Queen on Sunday 8th January at Sandringham House to collect his prize for being Springwood High School's best performing A Level student in the summer of 2016...
  • Seniors Party

    Published Wednesday 4th January 2017
    On December 14th 2016 Springwood Sixth Form held  a Christmas Party for older citizens. ...

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