Welcome to this new section of Royal SpringBoard’s website: a hub of information and resources - tailored for our pupils, our families, our schools and our partners - which we hope will prove helpful in this difficult time.

We are here to support you over the coming weeks and months. If there is something you are particularly worried about that is not covered here, or if there is something you think we should add, then please get in touch with one of the team.

The pupils’ page will begin to see some exciting developments  – watch this space!

As per the Government guidance, all Royal SpringBoard staff are now working from home. Please contact staff as you would usually. All phone messages and emails will continue to be picked up.

For new enquiries, please use our Enquiry Form on this website.

For those needing to send invoices/documentation, there will be delays in accessing our post.  Therefore, if you have documents/invoices to send, please email who will send you a secure link to upload them.


Welcome to the Royal SpringBoard community hub. We hope that these resources will be of help to you during this difficult time.

The events of the past few weeks have been shocking and sudden. You have had to adapt extremely quickly to huge changes in your personal life and will probably be missing your friends, and maybe even your teachers.

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These are unprecedented times, and we appreciate that many of you will naturally be feeling anxious as you try to support your families educationally, financially and emotionally. We want to be able to support you as best we can through this pandemic, and hope that you will find the information on these pages useful.



These are truly extraordinary and uncertain times, and we appreciate that our schools are facing unprecedented challenges. We are hugely grateful to all of our schools for how they are supporting our pupils in this difficult time, and in turn want to be here to support you as best we can.



Thank you for everything you are doing for Royal SpringBoard pupils and their families during this uniquely difficult time. So much of what you do ordinarily revolves around seeing and spending time with your pupils; it is a huge adjustment to now supporting them exclusively remotely. Your checking in on them regularly will, we are sure, mean a great deal to them and their families. We are so grateful for everything you have done so far since schools have closed, and in turn want to be here to support you as best we can.