Students dance at Wembley Stadium

On Friday last week the Dance Department took along 50 students to perform at Wembley Stadium in the half time Dance Programme of the Saracens vs Toulouse, Heineken Cup match. UK chart topping band, The Vamps performed live with the students who performed a routine especially choreographed for the night’s performance. > view full article

Alban Teaching School Alliance - middle leader courses

The Alban Teaching School Alliance (ATSA) supports the training and development of staff in the region. Last week the middle leader courses started with staff from many local schools looking at the difference between leadership and management. Full details of all training courses being run by the ATSA can be found at If you want to know more about our work, please contact Vicki Kately at Sandringham School. > view full article

Sandringham’s Tycoons

As part of our Key Stage 4 ‘Business and Economics’ and ‘BTEC Business’ courses, Sandringham has entered four teams into the Peter Jones sponsored competition ‘Tycoon in Schools’. The competition has allowed the students to have a real life taste of exactly what is required to set up a new business, from fomenting an idea through to submitting a fully financed business plan. > view full article

Sixth Form students meet international economist!

On October 1st, two of our sixth form students Freya and Kavita joined Mr. Baggaley and Miss Creaby to go to the LSE to hear Tim Harford give a talk about microeconomics. Harford is an acclaimed economist, author and journalist and this event saw thousands of ticket requests so we were very lucky to get a ticket in the ballot. He gave a fascinating lecture explaining the different schools of thought about how to improve the UK's economic position. > view full article

Outstanding GCSE results 2013

This was another year of outstanding GCSE results as year 11 celebrated their achievements last Thursday. > view full article

Record A-level results - congratulations everyone

Congratulations to all our year 13 students who have achieved outstanding A-level and BTEC results this summer. School records have been broken once again with large numbers of students achieving the very highest grades. More than two thirds of all results were either A*, A or B grades meaning many students reached the ABB threshold enabling them access to the very best Universities. > view full article