On behalf of the Springfield School Community, we have the great pleasure of welcoming you to our school.
Springfield School is in the Staffordshire town of Leek and is situated in close proximity to other local mainstream and special schools. Springfield is a primary, generic special school and so ensures that all children with a range of additional needs have the opportunity to thrive.
Every pupil at Springfield is highly valued as an individual and a member of our school community. We work closely with parents/carers and external professionals to ensure that each pupil accesses a tailored and personalised provision which enables them to succeed in their academic and wider skills.
The staff team at Springfield are highly skilled and incredibly committed. They hold the success and wellbeing of each pupil at the centre of all they do; sharing achievements with all of those around the pupil.
Working closely with families is an important part of our ethos and Springfield School offers a range of support to not only pupils, but their families too. We actively encourage families to be a part of school life and your child's learning. Together we can achieve the very best for your son or daughter.
You will find a wealth of information on our website, but should you wish to visit or want to find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Sarah Latham and Anna Latos - Co -Headteachers
Our School Vision, Ethos, Aims and Visions.
Vision - To nurture and inspire curious minds
Ethos - A place where everyone matters
Values - We are kind, We are inclusive, We are understanding
Aims - To be happy and safe, To develop independence, To be able to communicate
The Manor Hall Academy Trust is a growing Multi Academy Trust. The strength of the Trust and its distinctive feature is that it is a Collaborative Educational Trust between Special Schools who meet a range of needs. Schools, working together with the same values creating secure foundations for the future.
Historically, the special school sector has been a strength in Staffordshire. This was in no small part down to how special schools worked together in collaboration. We believe this strength is something we cannot lose and that special schools share common problems and issues which require similar solutions. In the future, the growth of the Manor Hall Trust and its Special School membership can only be to the benefit of the individual schools and most importantly the children and young adults. We also recognise that historic boundaries are gradually disappearing and we are open to working with schools across the West Midlands.