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Archive for: September, 2011

A Recent Message from an Old Boy from 1969

My name is Andrew Messenger. I’m responding to recent correspondence from the OSA suggesting old boys email to provide updates on their life after Sandbach. I loved the school & have many wonderful memories from my time there. I left in 1969 after A levels. I didn’t go to University but chose instead to go […]

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Verbal sewer?

Principal of Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School in Queensland, Australia has send a blunt message to parents via the school newsletter to “Get your kids off facebook. This verbal sewer is harming your children.” The media picked up the message. For a look go to: http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/verbal-sewer-facebook-harming-children-principal-20110922-1kmd3.html#ixzz1YfEBSmRf What do you think?

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23rd September 2011

A new school year, a new status and an all new website! We officially became a Free School on the 1st September and unlike some Free Schools we clearly are not a brand new school! However, we are delighted to have entered into an official agreement with the DFE and to be recognised as an […]

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Inter-House Conkers (!) 1970

    From The Sandbachian 1970.

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Inter-House Road Relays

On Friday next week, 23rd September, will be the Inter-House Road Relay Competition.  I have never seen this event before and am looking forward to taking some photos for the school newsletter and next year’s Sandbachian. The first account of the road relays event at Sandbach School that I can find appears to be in […]

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The Start of a new School!

Well, my son has now had his first couple of days in a new high school, i think i was more bothered than him and i was very apprehensive on Tuesday when i dropped him off in his blazer which was 2 sizes too big (along with everybody else) leaving him in such a big […]

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Holiday Activities

Over the past few weeks, I have taken part in various activities. Here are some of them: Firstly, I went to the Andrew Flintoff Cricket Academy, held at school. I enjoyed it,  as I had the chance to play in short matches and perfect my cricket skills and made some new friends. Later in the holiday, […]

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