Archive for Sands School News

Sands School camp 2014 – Bryher

We finished the term with a wonderful week camping on Bryher, one the Scillies’ “off” islands. After a lively crossing on the notorious ‘cork-screwing’ Scillonian III and arrival in pouring rain, 65 students and adults had a really chilled-out week of walking around the island, swimming and lunging in the sun. Read on…. 

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School Uniform – a dialogue with parents

The latest in Sean’s series of articles about education is on school uniform. Does having a compulsory uniform policy free our children and teenagers from the tyranny of the media/fashion/consumption hegemony? Or it more a case of reducing our children to mannequins projecting a school’s ‘corporate image’?  To read more, visit the Dialogue with Parents […]

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New Amnesty Youth Group at Sands

Respect is central to our ethos here at Sands; as a school, as a community and as individuals.  We feel that having an awareness of world issues is important as it helps us to grow as compassionate people and enables us to work together to make a difference. Amnesty International is a “group of ordinary […]

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