School Based Activities

Sky Sports Living for Sport with Daniel Caines

The PE department at Spring Hill High School has worked closely with the programme Sky Sports Living for Sport to raise motivation within our students. The department designed a personalised programme alongside athlete ambassador Daniel Caines- Olympic medalist. The specific outcomes of the programme was to develop the self-esteem and intrinsic motivation of the students at our school. This was completed through sessions with Daniel Caines where shared his story and difficulties with the students and discussed ways in which he motivated himself to overcome those.

Local MP, Jack Dromey joined in our Citizenship lesson

Our Local MP Jack Dromey visited the school’s post 16 site to work with the students who are sitting the June 2016 Citizenship exam. As part of their Unit 2 Controlled Assessment (Advocacy and Representation) the students chose a citizenship issue close to their hearts and conducted extensive research to determine public opinions on the matter. They prepared a case for mounting a campaign on their issue and advocated it to a person in a position of power, with Mr Dromey commenting on their advocacy and addressing their conclusions and proposals.

Spring Hill High School went MAD SCIENCE!!

The ‘mad scientist’ visited the Wood End Lane site and students from Orchard Road and Slade Road were introduced to STEM activities that were creative, exciting and stimulating. They all dug in and at the end of the session they were asking for more.
There is more madness to come!

Gro Organic

The multiple award winning social enterprise Gro-organic has been working with our students on the Slade Road and Hunton Road site. The students create and develop their own projects in moss graffiti.

Oxfam Youth Ambassador

Step Reed, Oxfam representative, to give a 20 minutes talk to students on the work of Oxfam and to deliver an interactive workshop on equality. She also introduced the Oxfam Youth Ambassadors scheme to Citizenship students.

Oxfam will be offering ongoing support to our youth ambassadors group in selecting a local or national cause to campaign on and orchestrating a fundraiser to raise money and awareness and to seek to effect change in our local community.

World Food Day

The diversity of the Spring Hill High school staff brought World Food Day to life as the aww the students with a range of delicious delicacies from around the world. These included Irish Stew, Kangaroo burgers and Crispy Caterpillars! It was an excellent event enjoyed by everyone.

Science Fair

Spring Hill High School annual Science Fair saw budding young scientists took center stage and wowed the external STEM Adjudicator with their Science Projects . Our scientists spent weeks studying a topic of choice, writing hypotheses and conducting experiments . Once information was gathered, displays were created and presentations were made. Prizes were awarded for outstanding projects.

The WellBeing Crew

The well being crew is an inspiring and innovative company that works in schools across Birmingham providing vocational hair, beauty and nails training. They worked with a group of ten(10) students in Wood End over the Spring and Summer term in 2017.

Congratulations to our amazing students who appeared in our Annual Talent Show. We had a mixture of singing, dancing, stand up comedy and flute playing. All young stars in the making.

Everyone enjoys sports day because of the lovely atmosphere. Students enjoy the wide variety of multi-skill group activities, the races and the the annual barbeque. Well done to all students and the staff for participating actively.


“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