On the 18th of March, education charity World Class Schools Quality Mark (WCSQM) will be holding a virtual awards ceremony to acknowledge and recognise the achievements and World Class characteristics of students throughout the UK during a year of lockdown. As a World Class School, here at Sandringham we aim to promote some of their […]
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On Friday 19th March 2021, at Sandringham School, we will be celebrating a very well-known and special event – Red Nose Day. Red Nose Day is a campaign with a clear mission to end child poverty by funding programs that keep children safe, healthy, and educated. As a school, we are aiming to raise as […]
The Senior boys tennis team have been pre seeded for the LTA Schools Team Tennis National Finals in July this year. The team comprising Andre, Alex, Chris, Ryan and Ivan (pictured below at their last appearance at the championships) were pre seeded in the top 4 schools teams in the UK based on players individual […]
Sandringham School selected to provide high-quality professional development to teachers and leaders. Sandringham School has been selected to become a teaching school hub. Teachers across the country will benefit from vital developmental support and expert advice, allowing them to improve a broad range of vital teaching skills, under plans announced by the Department for Education […]
Sandringham Students thank the NHS Sandringham Students across all year groups have joined together to create an incredible artwork honouring and thanking our heroes in the NHS. Organised in a collaboration by both the Design Technology and the Visual Art Faculties, The project was organised as a starter activity in lessons. Students were asked to […]
Drawing Week ‘A Climate of Change’ Prize Winners Announced! This week we were absolutely delighted to receive a letter from Sir David Attenborough commending our students on their remarkable work for this year’s drawing week ‘A Climate of Change’. We selected ten student pieces to send to Sir David Attenborough which we felt were wonderful […]
SUSTAINABILITY NEWS We are very excited about our first day of tree planting on today – Monday Novemeber 23rd. Tutor groups 7A, 7E, 7N, 7T will be planting trees in their geography lesson. Trees are really important! Here are some facts … UK forests currently cover 12% of our land area. This is very low […]
Since September, Year 7 have been reading Charles Dickens’ Christmas classic: A Christmas Carol. Dickens’ timeless message of helping those in need has inspired Year 7 to take part in the Christmas Box Appeal. English classes all worked together to get boxes ready to help to spread Christmas cheer to vulnerable children across Europe. Our […]
The English department ran a National Poetry Day competition for KS3 recently and were hugely impressed with all of the entries. Congratulations to the winner, Evie S in Year 8, for her beautiful and moving poem “A New Normal,” featured below. We will feature the two runner up poems (by Peter F and Emilka H) in the next […]
School Resources Collection Update As school closures continue, we are aware that students are needing to obtain new exercise books. We remain committed to ensuring that there are no barriers to students accessing learning throughout their period of closure. From Monday 15th June, we are adjusting our collection times so that families will be […]