Springwell Learning Community

Coronavirus: Precautions, preparations and prevention - click here for the latest information


At Springwell Learning Community, pupil progress and outcomes are outstanding. Our judgement is based not only on our progress data but on a range of rich measures that are vital in preparing our young people for life beyond Springwell. Our outcomes are measured using five key performance indicators:

Each pupil’s context is diagnostically tested to assess their priorities for progress. At Springwell we have three Assessment Pathways that challenge the pupils at an appropriate level, allow assessments to take place and progress to be made. There is no limit to the level of progress that each pupil can achieve but expectations and targets are set in context to individual priorities. Regular reviews ensure that targets are aspirational and include ‘stretch and challenge’ for the most academically able and for the most challenged pupils.



Upon entry all pupils are taken through a series of assessments constituting academic and SEMH baselines in order that their progress can be accurately measured. This is then tracked and monitored on an annual basis (EHCP reviews) and through short term monitoring by class teachers. A pupil’s Springwell Learning Map documents the result of the continuous assessment, evaluation and intervention that takes place on behalf of the pupil.

Detailed termly analysis of all data strands reveals that the overwhelming majority of pupils make exceptional progress from their starting points. This is in no small part due to a trauma informed, engaging pedagogical practice supported by an ethos of unconditional positive regard.

As a result of the personalised approach to learning for all pupils there has been no material difference in terms of education outcomes for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) funding compared to non-PPG pupils. Further information is provided under the Pupil Premium Strategy.

Exam and Assessment Results 2018-19


While the majority of learners at Springwell are working below the nationally expected standards for KS2, all make high levels of progress in the context of their wider starting points as delineated by the particular pathway. In 2018-19, 95% of  37 eligible KS2 pupils made progress at or above their allocated aspirational targets set within their pathways.


In 2018-19, 46% of our Y11 pupils achieved 5 or more GCSE or equivalents, with 61% achieving 4 or more GCSE equivalents. 100% of pupils left with at least one qualification. As of September, 92% had established post 16 destinations.



Latest Tweets

RT @beetybum: I ❤️this.....@springwellLC @WellspringAT https://t.co/CB1kjVgcVr
RT @PrimaryAa: Another challenge complete! We used origami instructions in class to help us learn about instructional texts. Mrs Lunn loves…
@peasandwich They are eggcellent Ethan! Great work! 🥚 👌🏼
RT @stighe9a: Today our students have been making their own pizzas for lunch and playing ‘name that pokemon’. I was worried how good the st…