Wow! There's nothing like being back at school! We have been on full tilt over the last 4 weeks. After a truly inspiring Suspended Curriculum fortnight, where we celebrated our differences and learnt to embrace our quirks with pride, we just haven't stopped. We've got our new year photos under our belts, enjoyed a visit from author Andy Seed, taken part in numerous sporting activities (thanks to Mr Hall), put our Year 5 through their paces with Bikeability, delivered a Phonics Workshop to our newest parents and served a delicious Harvest lunch.
The term doesn't look to be slowing down either. Our after school clubs are getting started, we will be getting involved with National Mental Health Day on 10.10.18, the visiting book fair will be paying a visit and we are taking our whole KS2 cohort ice skating at the Tropicana before we break up. In between these exciting events our teachers are keeping the pupils challenged and so much new learning is taking place.
Sandford is a hive of exciting activity and it is such a joy to be here everyday. If any parents (or members of our community) have any spare time on their hands, we would be grateful for even the smallest bit of support.
For your information, our Designated Safeguarding Lead across the Federation is Mrs Victoria Sheppard with Miss Angie Stevens deputising in her absence. If you have any safeguarding or child protection concerns, please do not hesitate to contact either of them.
Angie Stevens, Clair Morris, Andrea Muxworthy
Co-Acting Executive Headteachers