Sandon JMI School

Learning, Resilience, Independence



We offer children a curriculum far wider than the National Curriculum. We want children to feel an emotional connection to their learning which comes from extending understanding and knowledge through new opportunities and experiences.


We strive to help our children see the importance of lifelong learning, resilience and independence through offering a range of enrichment activities. We do this in order to:

  • to help children develop the interests and talents;
  • enable children to develop their character including resilience, confidence and independence;
  • teach children how to keep physically and mentally healthy;
  • equip children to be responsible respectful and active citizens;
  • prepare them for future success.



Current enrichment activities


During the school day

  • assemblies
  • music lessons
  • visiting speakers
  • play therapy
  • competitions
  • school trips
  • Themed days e.g., World Book Day
  • collections for charities including Hello Yellow, Comic Relief, Macmillan
  • bikeability
  • welcoming the local community into school for shows and events
  • participating in Young Voices at the O2 Arena
  • maths club
  • computing club
  • gardening and community produce school
  • sporting events and fixtures with other schools


After school clubs and events

  • choir
  • community choir for local adults
  • netball football
  • art club
  • Starlight stars (performing arts club)
  • Grounds day


Enrichment at home

On our school ClassDojo pages we give students and their families lots of ideas and information about exciting events and activities they can join in with at home or on days out.