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    Welcome to Sandringham Primary School

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    Welcome to Sandringham Primary School


Sandringham Primary School is an exciting school to be a part of and whenever you visit us, you'll find us busy with something compelling.

It's really important to us that our children not only do well in their reading, their writing and their maths but are successful across the curriculum and beyond. Working alongside our dedicated classroom staff, we have a team of specialist teachers who provide a breadth and depth to our curriculum that gives all of our children a rich and varied experience of school with opportunities to excel; particularly in performing arts and sport.

As well as the exceptionally wide range of opportunities we offer our children, we are also passionate about making our children better learners; using technology to enhance learning; giving our children the confidence and skills to present themselves; and helping them to understand their rights and responsibilities.

Please explore this website to find out more about us and how we do all of this and if there's anything else you'd like to know, don't hesitate to contact us and arrange a visit.


One Day Without Shoes

Children in 4C walked around their classroom yesterday to raise awareness of how¬†millions of children around the world grow up with no sock or shoes because they can’t afford them. Well Done 4C so proud of you!!


Visit London – You’re invited!

4D have been creating persuasive adverts to encourage tourists to visit the vibrant city of London! They thought of different ways to show attractions and researched monuments so that they could use key information in their adverts.  4D focused on using intonation when delivering their lines. Below are some still images from their adverts.


3D perform to 3B – James and the Giant Peach

3D would like to thank 3B for coming to watch them perform today! The class have been working hard this term to create scripts, characters and movement to put together for a final sharing. 3D performed articulately and confidently with great expression. Well done!

'I'm sure sir said, not to go on top '

Sandringham Year 6

Sandringham Year 6 Staged a ‘West Ham Park Takeover’ on Friday to celebrate the end of SATS. The children and the Year 6 Team have worked so hard for quite a few months now and the children were only too please to let their hair down. They made a big effort in their exams it […]


Attributes club

These boys from Year 4 were proud of themselves for working cooperatively to make the tallest marble run tower in attributes club. Hafizur was especially pleased with himself for showing resilience by sticking with one activity for the whole time.