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 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. In the last two years the percentage of students gaining 5 higher grades including English and Maths has risen significantly. See our Perfomance Tables.
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.
A positive attitude to learning is an essential aspect of academic success. Our teachers regularly assess how engaged each learner is in their studies using an “attitude to learning” score. We celebrate students who have a good attitude to their studies and actively encourage those who need to improve in this area.
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 including:
- Competitive Sport
- Dance Performances
- Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Drama Performances
- House Competitions
- Music Performances
- Lunchtime clubs
- Numerous foreign visits and exchanges
We are part of the West Norfolk Academies Trust whose aim is to challenge and support a small group of schools to provide an excellent education for the young people of West Norfolk.
The Trust works in a supportive partnership with Primary and Secondary schools with each school maintaining their unique identity and ethos.
The schools work together to ensure maximum benefit for all students through economies of scale and shared resources.
Mr A. Johnson