Springfield School is inspected by Ofsted. The school's last inspection was conducted on 2-3 October 2019; the inspection confirmed that Springfield School is a good school. Ofsted wrote:
'Pupils are happy and safe at this school. They behave well in lessons and around the school. Pupils are nearly always kind and respectful towards each other and their teachers. They know that their teachers expect them to try their best, behave well and wear their uniform smartly. Pupils work hard in lessons and persevere with difficult work. Teachers ask them to think hard and answer difficult questions. Pupils achieve well at the school.'

Previous inspection reports can be found by clicking the link below:

Ofsted Inspection Reports

Challenge Partners

Springfield is proud to be an active member of the Challenge Partners Network. Challenge Partners is a charity, owned and led by schools, who work together to lead school improvement. Challenge Partners believe that when schools are working in partnership to improve continually their practice then an excellent education for pupils will be achieved. Challenge Partners Schools are committed to four aims which impact on the young people we serve:

  1. Improve pupils' examination results at a rate above the national average and accelerate the progress of the disadvantaged
  2. Enable all schools to improve at a rate above the national average
  3. Create more national leaders and outstanding schools that fulfill the Teaching School criteria
  4. Develop a world-class, self-improving and sustainable system that contribute to national research and policy making.

Springfield School's Challenge Partners' Review 2023

The De Curci Trust Safeguarding Peer Review 2024