Welcome to Springwell Community College
Learning an instrument or singing, at any level, is great fun and hugely rewarding.
At Springwell there is an enormous variety of music going on, with plenty of opportunities for young singers and players to share their music-making with others.
Standards of student achievement continue to improve - we expect our 2014 GCSE results to further improve on last year’s best ever results.
Our well qualified, subject specialist teachers are committed to providing dynamic, innovative learning experi...
'Little by Little' Anti-Bullying Ambassador Dance inspired by Tich
Music "Little by Little" by Tich
Dance performed by Springwell Community College
Well done to Elle-Jane, Elizabeth, Lesley and Thomas for volunteering to stand for election in the Big Vote.
Springy Anti-Bullying Team attended the 2014 Showcase event at Facebook HQ in London on Wed 3rd July 2014 The team's campaigning had once again received national recognition. Josie Marsh spoke passionately about Springwell's work and described us as a 'kind' and 'car...
Parents of students in Years 8 to 11 will remember that we asked you to complete a parent survey in May. We have now received the analysis of your responses and it is very positive indeed! You told us that we are very good at developing pupils’ confidence and potential. ...
It is a most exciting time for our college. You may have heard that Springwell is part of a consortium offering sixth form provision from September 2014. We have teamed up with our neighbouring schools, The Bolsover school, Heritage school and Shirebrook Academy to offe...
College Prospectus 2013
College Prospectus 2013
We hope you find the information useful and will help you make Springwell the secondary education choice for your child.Read More
There is no agreed definition of bullying. It can take many forms - physical, verbal or social. Read More
Within this area is a selection of images representing the many events that have taken place at the College Read More
SCART is our Community Arts programme which has been operational since 2008. The programme offers a range of different arts activities to our whole community with weekly programmes for children, young people and adults. We work extensively within our primary schools, offering after school clubs too. Scart also has partnerships with Derbyshire Adult Education Service and offers a range of programmes. We also have a positive partnership with Chesterfield Football Club Community Trust who help provide a range of sporting opportunities
Click here for SCART Programme or Visit SCART website here
Raising the Participation Age
The Government is increasing the age to which all young people in England must continue in education or training, requiring them to continue until the end of the academic year in which they turn 17 from 2013 and until their 18th birthday from 2015. Read More