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Spring Hill High is an independent, special school for male and female students between the ages of 11 to 19.  Our students predominantly have a primary special need of social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) or communication and language needs.  In addition, students may have formal diagnoses, for example, Autism Spectrum Condition, ADD, ADHD, Mild to Moderate Learning Difficulties, Conduct Disorder, Attachment Disorder.

We are open to students of all religions and cultures.

Admissions arrangements for disabled students may be found in our Accessibility Plan (see Pupil Policies in the website footer)
Admission to Spring Hill High School is via Local Authority SEND Teams.
Parents/guardians can request that Spring Hill High School is a preferred choice for their child and the consultation process can begin whereby the Local Authority will provide your child’s Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP).  

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If you would like to visit our school, please contact Clare on 07564 044432  or email her [email protected] She will arrange a tour and you can meet with Gary, Headteacher. Your visit is most welcome!

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“Pupils are supported by an external careers advisor who helps them to identify clear goals, career choices and associated career paths.”

Ofsted 2018

Our Sites

Spring Hill High school is a unique school that is split across three 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.

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