Social chess event held on 6th March in the canteen with CBC Monkstown chess club visiting our chess club to play some games together for fun.
Welcome to Sandford Park School
Arduus Ad Solem: A History of Sandford Park School
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Founded in 1922, Sandford Park is a small and distinctive private co-educational day school with over 400 students, aged between 12-18 years. It is situated on 2.5 hectares of secluded and beautiful wooded grounds, close to Dublin’s city centre. The non-denominational nature of the school is central to its unique character and draws pupils from a wide variety of backgrounds, countries and cultures together in a secure and intellectually stimulating environment.
Our mission is to equip our students with the skills to enable them to think creatively, reason critically and communicate effectively. We accomplish this by fostering a love of learning, a respect for cultural diversity and a strong home/school partnership. We focus on the needs of each individual student and encourage him/her to exceed his/her potential, both inside and outside the classroom, so that they will acquire the self-confidence and personal attributes necessary to succeed in whatever walk of life they pursue.
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Sandford’s debut Traditional Irish Music ensemble ‘Aon Scála’ is a collection of students from first to transition year who are passionate about playing Irish music. This weekend the group played brilliantly together at the Wesley Interschools Music Festival performing a wide range of Irish dance tunes including Jigs, Marches, Reels and Slow Airs. The ensemble enjoys […]
Congratulations to the winning students from Sandford Park – Oscar Randles, Yunhan Fang, Richard Sheahan, Yuan Li and their teachers, Mr Wall & Ms Maye. Click here for more information:
The English Department linked up with the Charity Committee to celebrate World Book Week to raise funds for Turkey and Syria. There was a non-uniform day on Friday (3rd of March). Each form group choose a novel and dressed as characters from their chosen novel.
The annual Battle of the Bands will take place this Thursday 02/03 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lilburn Hall. Students have been busy rehearsing and we would love to see as many of you as possible attend.