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We believe that close cooperation between home and school is essential, and aim to keep parents as informed as possible about the progress their children are making, the methods we use to teach the children and ways in which they can support their children’s learning. Manor is multi-cultural – currently 67% of our children speak English as an additional language, and 46 languages are spoken by staff and children. We value and celebrate the diversity of cultures and religious beliefs within the school.

It is clear that children make the most of their school experience when there is good communication between home and school. As well as informal contacts with school, you will be invited to come to Parents Evenings where you will have the opportunity to talk to your child’s teacher and discuss their progress. Senior staff are always in the playground at the start and end of each day, please feel free to approach them if you have a question or a concern, or would just like a chat!!

There will also be opportunities to come to “workshops” run by the teaching staff where you will be able to have first hand experience of the types of activities, methods of working and materials that your child uses. These may also suggest ways of parents helping their children at home.

We also run a wide range of events during the course of the year, both in school time and out, aimed at involving as many parents as possible. The children really enjoy seeing school staff and families having fun!

Parents are partners

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