Highlights from 2016 GCSE include:  58% of students achieving 5 A* – C passes including English and Mathematics,  78% of students achieved A* – C in English, which is well above the national average,  61% of students achieved A* – C in Mathematics,  60% of students achieved A* – C in Science,  145 A* and A grades achieved by our students in GCSE subjects,  267 A* and A grades achieved by our students including Vocational Qualifications.  These record breaking results make us the most improved school in the city and one of the most improved schools nationally.
  • Examinations

    Planned Half-Term Revision

    February Half Term Revision Week * Rooms are subject to change, updates will be added to the website and the exam noticeboard. […]

  • News

    Staff Inset Day

    Sandon Meridian Academy will be closed to students Monday 27th February, due to a staff INSET day. The academy will be open as normal Tues […]

  • Events

    English Workshop

    On 8th February, 18 Year 8 boys worked with visitors from The OAKS to develop their literacy skills. All of the students enjoyed tasting a range of ‘desert island’ […]

  • Events

    Year 11 University Visit

    A group of 50 Y11 students set off to MMU, Manchester Metropolitan University, to experience first-hand what it is like to be a university student. […]

Welcome to Sandon Meridian Academy

Ofsted Updates

Ofsted Inspection Updates

Following more rigorous Ofsted monitoring inspections of Sandon we are pleased to announce rapid improvement and positive outcomes in all areas of the review. […]


A Warm Welcome

You will have a glimpse, in these brief pages, of some of the experiences our students are offered as we guide them through their education. The curriculum […]

Recent Updates


National Citizen’s Service

Sandon Meridan Academy is proud to be a National Citizens’s School Champion. We actively encourage our year 11 students take part in this […]


Outstanding History Work

The History Department was astounded at the creativity and skill shown by Dylan Johnson in Year 7. Dylan made a realistic Viking longboat complete with […]


Year 8 Option Evening

Thursday 16th February 2017, 5.30 pm – 8.00 pm. Your son/daughter is about to embark upon one of the most vital parts of their educational journey where they […]



‘Aladdin’ was a great success as the hard work, dedication and commitment of students (and staff) culminated in a traditional performance brimmed […]


Academy Uniform Reminder

We are very proud of how our students look in their uniform. We do have high expectations and believe that this has contributed to our Academy’s rapid […]

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2017 GCSE Art Exam Info

Follow the guidelines in your exam paper and in the booklet along with the advice your Art teacher gives you. You need to spend time everyday preparing for […]


Know About CSE

Child Sexual Exploitation wrecks lives, but it’s not an easy thing to spot – unless you know what to look for. It’s important to know the signs because victims […]


City of Culture Bid 2021

Sandon Meridian Academy is proud to support the Stoke on Trent City of Culture Bid. If successful in its bid to become the City of Culture 2021, students will […]


Careers Event Nov 2016

On Friday 25th November, a careers fair was held in the school hall.  This annual event was well attended by the local colleges, universities, training providers, […]


AR2 Year 11 Assessments

Year 11 AR2 Mock exam timetable January 2017. AR2 Year 11 mock examinations will be held commencing 16/1/17. Please follow this link for a full listing of dates […]


High Flyers December 2016

During our Year 10 and 11 High Flyers assemblies we celebrated the success’ that students made over the previous assessment round. All in all we celebrated the achievement […]

Absence Reporting. To inform the school that your child is absent, please call the absence hotline as early as possible on the first day of absence on 01782 377159 to speak to a member of the attendance team or to leave a message. Please use this number to report student absence, rather than the main school number.
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