Since the start of term, thirty Year 9’s have taken part in the sports leaders module. This included learning how to deliver PE activities, and observing lessons. This week, the pupils successfully delivered football, netball and basketball lessons to Year 7’s. Well done to you all! It is great to see older students setting such […]
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For those new to the school, we have our very own fantastic podcast with hosts Assistant Headteacher Mr Cracknell and Year 13 student Ryan D. Each episode, they interview members of staff around Sandringham School and cover the stories, news and events of the week. Our second series of podcasts has now started, with a […]
We would like to highlight two excellent services which parents and students can access for support with their mental health and well-being. First Steps (who work closely with CAMHS, ED and NHS links to support young people who are struggling with eating difficulties, disorders, low self-esteem and poor body image) provide an excellent variety of […]
It has been a very busy week for netball with matches and tournaments galore. We were super proud of our amazing squads who took part in the Anne Miles County Tournament this week. The U16s finished shield runners up – 6th in the county! Extremely proud to coach such talented, hard working and supportive young […]
Sandringham School’s Drama Faculty present their take on the deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop Of Horrors. The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” – after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down […]
Please see below article from Henry T, one of our Alumni regarding his scholarship with the Dresden Trust. We hope that it inspire other students learning German and shows what opportunities that learning an additional language can offer. “I absolutely loved the Dresden scholarship and I can say without any doubt that it was the […]
This week’s whole school theme recognises Black History Month. October is Black History Month in the UK and this year’s theme is “Saluting our Sisters” to recognise and celebrate the work of black women throughout history. The students had an excellent whole school assembly from Director of Learning for History, Ms Constable, which asked them […]
Our latest display in the LRC contains a selection of ‘banned books’. Launched in the US in 1982, Banned Books Week is held during the last week in September and highlights the value of free and open access to information and the freedom to seek and to express ideas. Students have been surprised to see […]
We promote engineering design process in our STEM education which emphasises open-ended problem solving and encourages students to learn from failure. The photo shows one of the regular meetings of student-led sixth form Engineering Clubs led by chairladies Emily D and Freya H about sustainable energy in the UK. Our students have high aspirations in […]