Anti-Bullying Week 14th - 18th November 2022
14 November 2022
This week is Anti-Bullying week.
Lessons and assemblies throughout the week will focus around this.
We have a very talent pupil in Year 6 who has kindly designed this poster which will be displayed as a reminder to all pupils throughout school.
Remembrance Service from Pupils at Sandringham
11 November 2022
We will remember them. Lest we forget.
Pupils at Sandringham Primary School did us proud today. We had a reading from some of our Year 6 pupils, a rendition of The White Cliffs of Dover sang beautifully by our choir and the whole school, including our tiny bears in Nursery stood smart and silent as a mark of respect at 11am.
The pupils have once again done an outstanding job on their poppy artwork for our remembrance wall.
Children & Young Peoples Plan 2022-2025
20 October 2022
We are Doncaster Young Advisors and we work for Doncaster Council helping to shape and improve services for Children and Young People across the City.
Click the article to read more information and view available links
Year 6 Social Justice Exhibition
27 September 2022
Over the last few months, our year 6 pupils have undertaken an exciting new ‘Social Justice Project’ as part of their learning across the curriculum with Olivia Jones.
We would like to invite you to come along and visit the Social Justice Exhibition Open Weekend so that you can view this wonderful learning that the children have created.
When: Saturday 15 th and Sunday 16 th October Time: Anytime between 10am – 4pm, Where: At the Art Bomb Hub (60 Hall gate, Doncaster, DN1 3PB)
We're on the news!!
23 September 2022
Our Year 6 children made us all so proud at their rehearsals with the Royal Ballet at CAST yesterday. Please click the link below to see them in action on BBC Look North (start the video at around 22:41). They all did fabulously well and we can't wait to see the performance on Saturday!
RIP Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
12 September 2022
The staff, governors, pupils and families of Sandringham Primary School are profoundly saddened at the death of Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Everyone in our school community gives thanks for Her Late Majesty’s service and dedication to the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and all our citizens. We offer our thoughts and condolences to the King and the Royal Family. May Her Late Majesty rest in peace.
As you know, we have now entered a period of national mourning that will continue until the end of the State Funeral. Further school guidance about the period of national mourning will be issued by the Cabinet Office. We will then pass this on to you once we receive the information.
In school today, we have held uplifting, age appropriate assemblies that celebrate and respect the life of Her Majesty. The children will be able to understand the wonderful service and duty that our Queen devoted to us and to celebrate her accomplishments.
RIP Your Majesty.