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Sandwich Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 


 Martin Dyson

 Deputy  Headteacher

 Lisa Blair


 Jemma Burton

SENCo Assistant/Welfare Officer

 Alison Carnt

 Year 6 Teachers

 Lisa Blair and Charlotte Dutton

 Year 6 Teaching  Assistants

 Shirley Gwillym, Liz Roberts

 Laura McKillop (1-1), Kayleigh Walters (1-1), Leah Westwood-Beer (1-1)

 Year 5 Teachers

 Matt Gibson and Emily Randall

 Year 5 Teaching Assistants

 Nicola Glenister, Lynn Meldrum

 Lucinda Bedford (1-1), Charley Clements-Mills (1-1), Sarah Dunne (1-1),   Fran Harding (1-1)

 Year 4 Teachers

 Miss Smith and Rosie Cramp

 Year 4 Teaching  Assistants

 Robin Smit

 Lucinda Bedford (1-1), Laura Gilbert (1-1), Fran Harding (1-1),

 Katie Joels (1-1), Bridie Richardson (1-1)

 Year 3 Teachers

 Angela Clark and Philippa Blaydes

 Year 3 Teaching  Assistants

 Michaela Taylor, Laura West

 Charley Clements-Mills (1-1), Sarah Dunne (1-1), Jessica Lines (1-1)

 Thrive Childhood   Practitioners

 Jemma Burton, Laura Gilbert and Lynn Meldrum



 Office Manager

 Tracy Flower


 Tony Ovenden

 Midday   Supervisors

 Lucinda Bedford, Laura Gilbert, Jenny Sneller,

 Michaela Taylor and Kayleigh Walters 


 Augusta Lee and Mandy Lovelock 




 Matthew Gibson


 Rosie Cramp

 PSHE and Visual Media

 Matthew Gibson

 Physical Education

 Martin Dyson

 History and Languages

 Miss Smith

 Geography, Visual Media and School   Council

 Charlotte Dutton

 English and Art

 Angela Clark

 Music and ICT

 Lisa Blair


 Philippa Blaydes

 Religious Education

 Sandwich Junior School has no employees whose gross salary exceeds £100k. 

Our Values

At Sandwich Junior School, the pupils and staff uphold our Core Values, which are at the centre of our school ethos and all that we do. They were first established by the pupils of our school, who chose specific animals that they felt represented the values and attitudes they should show every day, at school and at home:

The Wolf

Working together as a Wolf Pack, we are a community. Helping peers in difficult times, and celebrating our successes.

The Salmon

We always try our best – showing resilience, we never give up. We are always striving to reach the top and take risks with learning, as that is when we make our biggest leaps forward.

The Eagle

Aiming high to achieve the best we can be, and soaring high to reach our potential.

The Dolphin

When children enjoy their learning, they will achieve more.