Accessibility Statement

This accessibility statement applies to

We want as many people as possible to be able to use this website. For example, that means you should be able to read and understand our content easily

Navigate by headings

Our headings are all logically ordered.

Navigate by links

Important information and policies tends to be a link which will download a PDF version so that you can easily print it.

Using different devices

The website is designed to be used by all new browsers and devices and is user-friendly.

Alternative formats

If you would like a hard copy (printed version) of our website content please email this request to:

[email protected]

Third party content

Links to other websites

We link to other websites that may offer benefits to our users, as well as embedding content provided by some external websites into some of our pages. This may include:

  •  News websites
  •  Social media platforms
  •  Official information sources, such as GOV.UK or NHS.UK.

We are not responsible for the accessibility of these or any other websites we do not manage; if you experience any accessibility issue with third-party content then please do inform us to make us aware of the problem, but please also raise it with the third-party content provider for resolution as we will be unable to act ourselves.

Reporting accessibility problems with this website

We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this website. If you find any problems not listed on this page or think we’re not meeting accessibility requirements please email us.

Last update

This statement was last updated on 5th November 2021. We update this statement annually and will review it in November 2022.

If you need information on this website in a different format like accessible PDF, large print, easy read, audio recording or braille:

Email: [email protected]

We’ll consider your request and get back to you in 5 working days.


“Staff help pupils to successfully rearrange in education. Pupils benefit from an education that enables them to achieve meaningful qualifications. Pupils feel safe and well looked after Parents say it has turned their children’s lives around and they now come to school happily and want to come every day. Pupils feel safe and well looked after. Pupils learn about relationships as well as keeping themselves physically and mentally healthy”

Ofsted 2022

Our Sites

Spring Hill High school is a unique school that is split across four sites

Spring Hill High School is located approximately five miles (8 kilometres) north east of Birmingham City Centre and two miles (3 kilometres) from Sutton Coldfield.

Wood End Lane School

Wood End Lane

Building confidence so that each student is prepared for transition into further learning, employment or training in the community.
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Orchard Road School

Orchard Road

A  very nurturing environment that helps students to access education.
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Slade Road School

Slade Road

To care, nurture and educate in a safe environment where students find it difficult to cope in groups.
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Hunton Road

Hunton Road

Peer interactions and plenty of encouragement throughout the school day, within group based lessons.
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