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Sandhurst School

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Sandhurst School
Owlsmoor Road

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GU47 0SD

Coordinates51°21′03″N 0°46′55″W / 51.350937°N 0.782007°W / 51.350937; -0.782007
TypeCommunity school[1]
MottoThe opportunity to succeed
Local authorityBracknell Forest
Department for Education URN110068 Tables
ChairJan Edwards[3]
Head teacherDebbie Smith[1][3]
Age11 to 18[1]
HousesBailey, Gemini, Romer, and Young

Sandhurst School is a secondary school in Sandhurst, Berkshire, England.[1] Sandhurst School has over 1000 pupils and specialises in science. The headteacher is Debbie Smith.[1][3]


The school was opened in 1969.[2][4] The first headteacher was Bill Dally.[2] He retired from the post in 1982.[5]

An extension was added to the school in 1971 to accommodate an additional 200 pupils and a youth wing.[6][7]

In 1984, teachers at the school held a "work-in" in the context of strike action.[8] This was intended to show people how much work teachers do in their own time.[8]

In 1986, a siren was installed at the school, to be sounded if a patient escapes from Broadmoor Hospital.[9]

In 2020, problems with the building meant pupils had to move to temporary classrooms.[10]

Ofsted inspections

As of 2021, the school's most recent Ofsted inspection was in 2017, with an overall judgement of Good.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Sandhurst School". Get information about schools. Ofsted. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  2. ^ a b c "Headmaster named for new school". Reading Evening Post. 25 July 1969. Retrieved 3 February 2021. THE FIRST headmaster of the new Sandhurst Comprehensive School is to be Mr C. W. Dally, senior science master at the Forest Grammar School, Winnersh. He takes up his appointment in September.
  3. ^ a b c d Walshe, Caroline (2017). "Sandhurst School". Ofsted. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  4. ^ "SURELY THIS IS WHERE WE CAME IN!". Reading Evening Post. 14 July 1970. Retrieved 3 February 2021. It transpires that while the new secondary school at Sandhurst was being designed and built the project was known as Sandhurst Comprehensive School. The headmaster and governors continued to call it such. But it is not the education committee's policy to use (I quote the minute) "a description in place of a name." It wants a distinctive name for each school. So the governors decided on a name and this has now been recommended by the committee. It is . . . (sic) Sandhurst School.
  5. ^ "Head's final farewell". Reading Evening Post. 12 July 1982. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  6. ^ "SCHOOL YOUTH CASH SWITCHED". Reading Evening Post. 8 July 1971. Retrieved 3 February 2021.
  7. ^ "Schemes". Reading Evening Post. 17 September 1971. Retrieved 3 February 2021. Extensions to Sandhurst Secondary School for 200 extra pupils.
  8. ^ a b "A striking lesson". Reading Evening Post. 14 June 1984. Retrieved 3 February 2021. THESE TEACHERS from Sandhurst School held a work-in yesterday to show the public how much school work they do in their own time.
  9. ^ "Warning siren". Reading Evening Post. 16 July 1986. Retrieved 3 February 2021. A WARNING siren is to be put up in the grounds of a Berkshire secondary school. The 62ft high siren, which warns when a patient has escaped from Broadmoor top security hospital at Crowthorne, will be placed at the rear of Sandhurst school. Pupils will be disturbed every Monday when the siren is tested for six minutes.
  10. ^ Thomas, Alfie (10 December 2020). "Sandhurst School pupils in temporary classrooms after roof collapse". Bracknell News. Retrieved 3 February 2021.

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