• Democracy in Action

    The five candidates for the Head Boy and Deputy Head Boy positions.

    All candidates had to write a letter outlining why they would be a good person for the role. Next they spoke to the whole school, who then voted for their preferred candidate.

    "Deliberation and debate is the way you stir the soul of our democracy." - Jesse Jackson

  • Democracy in Action

    The eight candidates for the Head Girl and Deputy Head Girl positions.

    All candidates had to write a letter outlining why they would be a good person for the role. Next they spoke to the whole school, who then voted for their preferred candidate.

    "Deliberation and debate is the way you stir the soul of our democracy." - Jesse Jackson

  • Healthy Schools Week

    During Healthy Schools week, the children spent time preparing their own healthy food. 

    "Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity." - John F. Kennedy

  • Fire Safety Quiz

    In June 2016, our Year 5 children got through to the Command Final of the West Midlands Fire Service Schools' Safety Challenge.

    "I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can't accept not trying." - Michael Jordan

  • International week

    During International Week, there were LOTS of activities going on all over the school, including an Indian wedding at the end of it.

    “The greatest obstacle to international understanding is the barrier of language." - Christopher Dawson

  • The Roman Man

    Year 3 had a great time learning about the Romans, when the Roman Man came in to visit them.


    "Our life is what our thoughts make it." - Marcus Aurelius

  • The Scarecrows

    A few of the scarecrows entered into our scarecrow competition.

    Dorothy: How do you talk if you don't have a brain? Scarecrow: Well, some people without brains do an awful lot of talking don't they?

  • Olympian Visit

    As part of Sports for Schools, Great Britain's Olympic swimmer Grant Turner visited school.

    The children took part in sponsored exercises whilst he was here; raising over £1,500 for school - ALL of which is buying more P.E. equipment for our children!

  • Safeguarding Day

    People from various organisations came in to talk to the children about staying safe.

  • Music with an edge

    No Vuvuzelas here. Proper African drumming.

    "If music be the food of love, play on." - William Shakespeare

  • Card Competition

    Local M.P. James Morris presented a runner-up prize and certificates for those that took part in his Christmas Card competition.

  • Fun in the ICT Suite

    After school club using the ICT suite.

    "640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates

  • Animal care

    Always look after animals properly.


    "A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song." - Chinese Proverb

  • Aardman or Springfield!

    Animation club.

    "Well, luckily with animation, fantasy is your friend." - Steven Spielberg

  • Book week

    Book week at Springfield Primary School.

    “So many books, so little time.” ― Frank Zappa

  • Chickens

    One of the chickens at Springfield.

    "Left wing, chicken wing, it don't make no difference to me." - Woody Guthrie

  • Drama

    Drama trip to Wolverhampton University.

    "To be, or not to be." - William Shakespeare

  • Greeks

    International week - pupils trying Greek food.


    "I grow old always learning many things." - Solon

  • Pottery at School

    Jon the Potter in action.

    "Clay and Wheel, they teach us." - Hamada Shoji

  • Nature and Latin

    Learning about nature and latin names.

    "Natura nihil frustra facit - nature does nothing in vain." - Leucippus

  • Wise pupils?

    Our pottery owls roosting outside the main office.

    “I think I'm a tiny bit like Harry 'cos I'd like to have an owl. Yeah, that's the tiny bit, actually.” - Daniel Radcliffe

  • Yum yum

    Sandwell food growing.

    "Growing your own food isn't just a hobby; it is part of a healthy lifestyle." - Sally Cameron

  • Harlem Shake

    Whole school harlem shake.

    Are you doing the Harlem Shake?

  • Teacher training

    Staff learning new skills to teach our children.

    “The older I got, the smarter my teachers became.” - Ally Carter

  • Plas Gwynant

    The snow made it even more magical on the Plas Gwynant residential trip.

    "In Wales, it's eight different weathers in a day." - Piper Perabo

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Head Teacher's Welcome

On behalf of the staff, pupils, parents and governors, I would like to welcome you to our website. We hope that what you see and read will give you an insight into what makes Springfield Primary a happy school and one that is always looking to improve and move forward. At Springfield, we aim to provide our children with a safe, secure and stimulating environment which meets the individual needs of all children on an equal opportunities basis, regardless of gender, ability, disability, religious or cultural belief, or racial background. The development of mutual respect and quality relationships is at the heart of all we do.

Every day, they are supported in developing skills and attitudes which will help them to develop in confidence and independence. When children leave us, we want them to have a love of learning which will stay with them throughout their life. Enjoyment, challenge and activity are at the heart of successful learning and we endeavour to achieve this through a broad and balanced curriculum which allows every child to achieve their potential. We celebrate success to develop high self-esteem and the motivation to further succeed. 

We want our children to be the very best they can be!  To this end we place great emphasis on the importance of strong parent and community links and recognise parents as vital partners in their child’s education.

I hope this website gives you an insight into life at Springfield Primary, however should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me or arrange a visit to our school. You will be given a very warm welcome and I shall be most pleased to try to answer your questions.


Mrs Alison Bhardwaj