Our third visit to the RAF club promises to be our best yet. This wonderful opportunity to meet old friends and share memories of our common heritage. As well as Head Teacher Sarah Burns and members of her leadership team, we will this year have a special guest speaker. Mark Ellis is a former pupil, successful businessman and author of “Digitox: How To Find A Healthy Balance For Your Family’s Digital Diet”. More
With government restrictions still in place and travel still challenging, we have spoken to the RAF Club and have agreed to postpone this event for another 6 months.
The new date is March 13th 2021. More
It is with the deepest sadness that we are letting you know of the death of Reg Dunning (BEM) earlier today.
Reg dedicated his life to Sandbach and in particular to Sandbach School. He was a founder member of the Old Sandbachians Rugby Club, now Sandbach RUFC, and served as a driving force and an officer of the Old Sandbachians for over 50 years. More
Having consulted with a number of parties, including the RAF Club, and acknowledging that at least 2 old boys would be unable to travel as they are coming from overseas, we have taken the decision to postpone the March event until October 24th. More
We are excited to be joining with the school to launch the Old Sandbachians Business Network. We have to be honest and let you know that the OSA has been a quiet partner in the organisation of this event. More
A much better extension was added in 1962. In order to get to it an upstairs English classroom had to be shortened and space was made for a corridor where the class used to be. If you look you can see the join. More
The new buildings required the demolition of the Round Chemistry building and they had to be attached to the end wall of the old school main schoolroom. They had a problem as they had to match the brickwork of the 1849 building. More
I was at Sandbach School for 37 years and have worked with a lot of staff, some of whom had worked at the school for many years before I came. Some went to the school as pupils. They have pointed out bits of the school’s history to me over the years which I would have otherwise missed. More