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Please note that our Summer Camp booking system is now closed. If you require a place for a 4-5 year old please call 07767 115877 or email Places for 6-14 year olds are now full.

Summer Camp Draft timetable. Activities are weather permitting

New pedestrian crossing needed - See News article. Petition forms are available by front Office of SPA.

Relay 9th June 2014 - New initiative run jointly between schools, Bedfordshire Police and Central Bedfordshire Council

Browse our art gallery

Come and view fantastic art work produced by the students of Sandye Place Academy
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Out of hours Learning Clubs

Check out what our pupils will be getting up to this term!
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Parents’/Carers' Consultation Evening
Please click here for the appointments booking guide.

New parents/carers - Please click here for the Academy handbook.



Link to Attendance Booklet 31-01-2014 sent out to parents.

Latest Events

Mon Aug 25 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Summer term break
Tue Aug 26 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Summer term break
Wed Aug 27 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Summer term break
Thu Aug 28 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Summer term break
Fri Aug 29 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Summer term break
Mon Sep 01 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Teacher Training Day
Tue Sep 02 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Teacher Training Day
Wed Sep 03 @09:00 - 03:45PM
First day back to school for pupils

Welcome to Sandye Place Academy

Sandye Place is a co-educational comprehensive academy of approximately 500 children in the 9 - 13 age range, fed mainly from four lower schools in Sandy. The children are arranged in mixed ability forms in four year groups.

Class sizes are kept to a minimum to enable good pupil/teacher contact. As children progress through the academy there is a gradual increase in specialist teaching to meet National Curriculum requirements. A Year Co-ordinator is responsible for establishing and develping pastoral arrangements within each year group, while co-ordinating the programmes of work and keeping records. They are assisted in this by form tutors who have direct responsibility for the overall academic progress and welfare of a class group of pupils.


Our History

The academy comprises of a Victorian Mansion House and extensive 1960-style, two-storey classroom and communal accommodation, set in attractive parkland with spacious grounds.
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