Having joined Sandbach School in 1977 at the age of 11, Paul Franklin’s work as a visual effects supervisor has since taken him around the world and onto the sets of famous, critically-acclaimed films including Inception, Interstellar, The Dark Knight and Venom. More
It is with much sadness that we learnt recently of the death of Nigel Johnson, former Head of English. Nigel taught at the school from 1973 – 1983. He inspired many boys through his love of literature and genuine interest in helping individuals achieve their potential. More
Steve Hodgkinson (OSA Treasurer) and Jeff Lewis (OSA Secretary) were able to say thank you and goodbye to Yvonne Nichols at Sandbach School recently. As Sarah’s PA she has been an incredible friend, help and supporter of the OSA for many years. More
It is with the deepest sadness that we are letting you know of the death of James Steele aged 91 in late September.
Like so many of his contemporaries, Jim was an Old Sandbachian through and through, being proud of all that the school stood for and very grateful for the education it gave him. More
On Sunday 14th November 2021, as has been tradition for many years, Sandbach hosted a Remembrance parade consisting of veterans, cadets and many other groups, ahead of a wreath-laying ceremony at the war memorial in the Cobbled Square. More
I was sorting through some Old Sandbachian papers and a I came across the President’s report for the 2017 AGM. In the same plastic folder, I found a written record of a conversation between Geoff Piggott and Richard Bass. More