Due to the rain forecast this afternoon we have had to make the decision to cancel afterschool...
May 11, 2022Read more
ALL After school clubs have been cancelled this week. Children should be collected at their normal pick...
April 4, 2022Read more
Reminder Friday March 18th 2022. Red Nose / Comic Relief , wear something funny, funky, crazy or...
March 15, 2022Read more
Due to staff training after school this Thursday (17.03.22), we will not be able to run Language...
March 15, 2022Read more
Dear Parents/Carers, Dorset Council has just informed us that, following their meetings today and in view of the forecast weather, they are advising all schools to close tomorrow. The amber weather warning has been escalated to a red warning (including winds locally of 90mph) where national advice is for all persons to stay at home in affected areas. Due to these adverse weather conditions that are going to hit Dorset, Sandford St Martin’s CE VA Primary School will be closed to children and staff tomorrow; Friday 18th Feb 2022. This is to ensure the safety of all children, staff and parents. Please do keep your eye on local weather news, follow the advice and stay safely indoors. Teachers will be setting home learning activities on Class Dojo to include English, Maths, Topic/Science and something ACTIVE indoors. I wish you a happy half term. With my best wishes Paul Beveridge Headteacher
February 17, 2022Read more
Welcome to Sandford St Martin’s CE VA Primary School.
We have a large, modern, well-designed building with spacious grounds, but still have the ethos of a village school. More importantly, we are a caring school with a real community feel.
We encourage each other to be courteous towards each other, develop independence and achieve well within a supportive environment of mutual respect.
We are a forward thinking school providing exciting opportunities for your children.
I am delighted that you have taken the time to find out about our wonderful school. This web-site will give you a flavour of what our learning community is about.
At Sandford St Martin’s CE VA Primary we know that we all have a part to play in making the school an effective, dynamic and happy place. As Headteacher of this stand-out school I take pride in ensuring children and staff are able to give their best, knowing this can only be achieved in close working relationships with Parents and Governors. We enjoy close links with our local community and, of course, the local churches/Christian community – here in Sandford, in the Wareham area and the Diocese/county beyond.
Together we provide a safe and caring learning environment for each and every child and value the individual skills each person brings to the team. The ethos of our school is lived out every day through the children who are caring of each other; happy, secure and determined. They enjoy the challenges of a varied curriculum and grow everyday in confidence and skills – and we are very proud of them.
I hope to see you at our school soon where you will receive a warm welcome on arrival; care whilst you are with us, and I am confident that you will leave with a positive, lasting impression which is generated by our friendly, delightful and eager children.
Mr Paul Beveridge