Latest News

Here you can keep up-to-date with all the latest news from Springwood High School.

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  • 06/12/21

    End of Term Events and Arrangements

    December 2021
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  • 04/11/21

    Big enough to challenge. Small enough to care.​​​​​​​

    KL Magazine featured article - November 2021 Edition 
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  • 28/10/21

    Royal Albert Hall performance

    At the age of 12, our student Lewis Meehan is about to achieve an ambition many musicians can only dream of - performing at the Royal Albert Hall.
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  • 20/10/21

    National Photography Competition

    Open to Everyone!
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  • 07/10/21

    Year 8 Maths Trip – Disneyland Paris 2023

    Friday 17th February 2023 – Monday 20th February 2023
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  • 07/10/21

    Kara conquers trickiest of words to win Spelling Bee

    Springwood student Kara Chim has won top place in a competition to show skills at spelling out the trickiest of words. 
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  • 27/09/21

    SPANISH LANGUAGE TRIP TO SEVILLE

    Sunday 26th June to Wednesday 29th June 2022
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  • 24/09/21

    Queen's Prize winners return

    Two second-year university students have enjoyed a trip back to their schooldays to pick up a prize for outstanding exam results.
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  • 21/09/21

    KS3 FRENCH LANGUAGE TRIP TO NORTHERN FRANCE AND PARIS

    Friday 1st July to Monday 4th July 2022
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  • 20/08/21

    Thank you for the music, says returning pupil​​​​​​​

    A former Springwood student who went on to have a globe-trotting career in the music industry is saying thank you for the music in the best possible way by returning as our Trust's new director of music. 
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  • 20/08/21

    Fantastic food for new sixth form facility

    Our sixth form students will be enjoying exclusive use of a new cafe being constructed.
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  • 12/08/21

    GCSE DELIGHT AT SPRINGWOOD

    There were celebrations at Springwood this morning when students arrived to collect their GCSE results.
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