Sandridge School

Primary St Albans District



Sandridge Primary School is a one form entry school set in the village of Sandridge in St Albans with, currently, 217 pupils on roll. 

Whilst the majority of pupils come from the village, a large number travel in from surrounding areas.  This means that the school has almost doubled in size over the last four years and, consequently, additional classrooms have been built to accommodate the rising numbers.

The school is known for its pastoral care and high academic standards with Ofsted grading it a Good school in June 2014.  The school is well resourced and is surrounded by woodland and beautiful countryside which is used to enhance the curriculum in general.

Parents and grandparents are very involved in the life of the school, with many volunteering on a regular basis.

Behaviour and attitudes to learning are very good with an extremely active and hard-working pupil council meeting regularly with senior leaders to ensure standards are built upon and pupils demonstrate a "can do" attitude.

Sandridge is a fantastic place to work with a talented, enthusiastic and supportive staff team who are fully committed to ensuring our children are happy, sociable and meet their learning potential.