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Bookings can now be made for our Easter and Summer Multi Activity Camps. Click on the Multi Activity Camps link for more information.

Teacher Training

Train locally to be a teacher in middle schools

The ACORN teaching school

e-safety - How to keep your child safe?

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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Newsflash

Fundraising Events:

Wednesday 27th January – Alice in Wonderland themed day (fancy dress or non-uniform)/Cake sale

Tuesday 2nd February – KS2 Sponsored read

Wednesday 3rd February – KS3 Sponsored read

All funds raised during these events, will go towards purchasing new books for our school library.

Parents Evening Booking System

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Admission Policy 2017 Consultation

The Academy is consulting on its Proposed Admissions Policy for 2017 between 16th December 2015 and 28th February 2016.  The Academy’s Governing Body wish to include “Children of current members of Sandye Place Academy staff, where the member of staff has been employed for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission is made or where the member of staff is recruited to fill a vacant post for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage” as criteria 6 on the Policy.  If you wish to comment please contact the Academy at admin@spacademy.org.uk

Please click here for the Draft Admission Policy 2017.

School Uniform amendment

From next week onwards there will be an amendment to the pupils’ uniform policy. Both boys and girls will be allowed to wear Ankle style boots/shoes in the winter months (The footwear must not go above the ankle and must be plain) . This is as a result of parental concerns with shoes getting ruined and the material of summer shoes not being appropriate.

Prospective Parents/Carers

Please click here for the Academy handbook.

Please click here for the Academy prospectus.

Attendance

Important! Please click here for Sandye Place Academy Attendance information.

Latest Events

Thu Feb 11 @08:00 -
FoSPA Chinese New Year Disco
Fri Feb 12 @08:55 - 03:45PM
Last day of half term for pupils
Mon Feb 15 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Spring half-term break
Tue Feb 16 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Spring half-term break
Wed Feb 17 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Spring half-term break
Thu Feb 18 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Spring half-term break
Fri Feb 19 @08:00 - 05:00PM
Spring half-term break
Mon Feb 22 @08:55 - 03:45PM
First day back for pupils after half-term break

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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