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Welcome to Manor Primary School .........................................

A LETTER FROM THE HEAD TEACHER Welcome to Manor Primary School!

Manor is a very happy, caring and supportive school. We have a great team of teachers and support staff that work really hard to ensure that all the children make good progress. Our aim is that every child reaches their potential, and is well-equipped when they leave Manor, and are able to continue achieving throughout secondary school. We are forward-thinking and provide a curriculum that is both stimulating and challenging.

We have high expectations of all our staff and pupils. The behaviour of pupils is very good, and we focus a lot on developing each child’s ability to understand and improve their own learning skills. We provide many opportunities for children to involve themselves in the wider life of the school, and to take responsibility for aspects of school life.

We have worked hard to make our 3 storey Victorian building and playground as welcoming as possible. We think that children learn best in a bright and stimulating environment, and to this end we place a big emphasis on high quality displays. The classrooms and halls are colourful and vibrant and clearly celebrate the excellent work that is being done throughout the school.

We have an excellent community feel here - with enthusiastic and responsive children and committed staff. We celebrate this by running a wide range of events designed to bring the community together. The school has made huge progress in the past few years which we are really proud of. I am looking forward to continuing to move the school forward, with the support of parents, staff and children.

I hope that you find this prospectus informative. We have worked hard to make sure that it gives a real flavour of the school. If you have any questions about the school then please ask us.

Kate McGee Headteacher

When children leave Manor Primary School they will:

Be confident in their abilities, and have a belief in themselves, enabling them to make positive choices.

Be enthusiastic and engaged learners that have the ability to use and apply the knowledge and skills learned.

Be respectful of themselves, of others and of the environment they live in.

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