Hello and welcome to Sandfield Primary School's website. For those of you who are new to us we are a primary school based in the heart of Guildford town centre. Families travel from far and near to attend Sandfield and all share our aims that children will be happy, build a solid foundation of learning, show their skills and talents, as they learn to become responsible and caring to one another and the world in which they live.
We have a huge variety of nationalities and we currently have 28 languages that spoken within the school. This makes a very diverse place and the children's opportunities and experiences reflect their backgrounds and aspirations.
The school is over 100 years old and is housed in a beautiful Victorian building that is modernised to the needs of the 21st Century child and teacher. Our grounds are fully utilised to enable the children to have a wide variety of play and learning opportunities, and over the years have won many awards.
Our position means we are very fortunate to have a huge range of local resources, including large sports grounds, a swimming pool and local pitches and courts, right on the front doorstep. This website is a snapshot of some of the things we have done, are doing and will be doing in the future.
To see more, look at the 'Parents' and 'Children' section or contact Mrs Lindsey Donnithorne, School Administrator, at the school office Tel: 01483 566586 for further details.
I am very proud to be the Headteacher of such a wonderful group of children, who are taught and supported by a fantastic team of staff and Governors. Families at Sandfield are partners; we all work together to ensure every child achieves their potential. The parent handbook link will tell you all you need to know about day to day activities and practice and the broad information about the school policies. Prospective parents and visitors are warmly encouraged to come and see the school. Please contact the school office to arrange an appointment.
Enjoy the website.
'Sandfield is an academy school rated ‘Good with ‘Outstanding’ for Personal development, behaviour and welfare' Ofsted judgement June 2017