Spring Hill School


Samantha Campbell

Telephone: 01765 603320

"Sam holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education as well as various qualifications in the Arts. She has nearly 30 years’ experience of working in schools, spending over 15 of these in leadership roles, and has been strategically involved in planning for and opening Alternative Provision across South and West Yorkshire.  She has worked in the special education sector since 2000 and has undertaken Headship and Executive Headship roles, leading specialist provisions to consecutive Outstanding Ofsted judgements; she has also worked as a private consultant and enjoyed working closely with providers across the country to develop their specialist provision. She is passionate about working with children and young people with additional needs and strives to make a positive difference.  Sam’s motto is, “If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well!”, and she expects no less of her staff team.  Sam’s vision for Cambian Spring Hill School is that ‘Together, Everyone Achieves More’ in order to make a real difference; a fundamental part of her leadership style is to support individuals to achieve their very best and, ultimately, be happy.


When she is not working, Sam enjoys the great outdoors and spends time with her daughter and her pony, Monty.  She also takes an avid interest in her son’s developing portfolio of sheep and cattle but is still working on trying to get him to take his mucky wellies off before coming in to the house!"


Vice Principal

Christine Sherman

Telephone: 01765 603320

Christine is qualified up to post graduate level in Education and has worked in special needs education for over 15 years. She started her career as an ICT Specialist teaching young people with a wide range of learning and physical disabilities and has gone on to be senior leader in different educational SEN settings.  Christine is undertaking her National Professional Qualification for Headship and works closely with the Principal to ensure the children receive the best possible learning and enrichment experiences whilst they are at Spring Hill.  Christine is also the Designated Safe3guarding Lead for the school.


Transitions & Admissions Co-ordinator

Carlie Moran



Emma Heyes

Emma is qualified up to post graduate level in Physical Education and has recently completed her post graduate National Award in Special Educational Needs Co-ordination.  Emma started teaching 18 years ago within mainstream education. Her career has consisted of many leadership roles including programme leader and vocational lead. She has worked in special needs education for over 6 years as Lead teacher for PSHE, PE Co-ordinator and now SENCo. Emma works closely with the Principal and Vice Principal and uses her leadership skills to manage provision in Spring Hill, ensuring that all children within the school receive the support they need, and to provide support to other teachers and Learning Support Assistants.


General Enquiries

Email: ccs.referrals@cambiangroup.com

Telephone: 0161 507 3723


Governance Board

Termly Governance Board meetings are held at Spring Hill School to ensure that the management of the school is closely scrutinised and held to account in all areas of responsibility.


The agenda comprises of:


✓ Voice of the Child - student feedback


✓ Head Teachers Highlight Report outlining achievements and challenges and progress against school improvement report


✓ Outcomes for Children and Young People - Care


✓ Outcomes for Children and Young People - Education


✓ Outcomes for Children and Young People - Therapy


✓ Commercial Performance


✓ Staffing and Personnel


✓ Estates Report


✓ IT report


The Governance Board contain key individuals from outside and within the school who attend this meeting each term and parental and staff feedback is always welcomed.


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