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Manor Primary School & Nursery is a happy, safe and inspiring community school with the highest expectations and aspirations for all of our pupils. Dedicated teaching and support staff enable every child to excel and explore their passions through broad, balanced and rich learning opportunities. Our traditional Victorian school building provides a 21st Century education equipping our pupils with the skills and attributes required to become life long learners. Ofsted visited our school in July 2017 to confirm our understanding that we are a good school.

We believe in Community, Determination, Excellence, Responsibility and Respect. These are our five core values that are at the heart of everything we do at Manor. We’re positive that you’ll be able to recognise our values as you explore our regularly updated website. We warmly invite you to visit us here at Manor,  where we’d be more than happy to share our unique school community with you. Should you have any questions or queries or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact our school office who will be happy to help you.

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Latest News Updates 

Welcome back to another year at Manor Primary School. We hope you had a great Summer. We’ve started the term really well and the children have got straight into great learning experiences. Over the Summer, we removed the doors and side panels to classes on the middle and top floors to create a new open plan feel for the school so that we can be even more creative with our learning: we’re excited to see this take shape. 

We welcome some new members of staff to our team: Gemma Karim has joined us as the class teacher for Year 5 Darwin. Matt Fortune joins us to be the class teacher for Year 3 Dyson. Gosia Siedlecka joins us to work as a teaching assistant supporting in Year 3 and in Year 6. We welcome them to Manor, and wish them as they start their new roles. 

One of the changes that we have introduced this term is to increase the amount of PE that the children will be doing. They will now have two sessions of PE each week – one with their class teacher, focused on the PE National Curriculum, and one with Mr Archer, who will be focusing on coaching a range of skills in a variety of games. This will help prepare the children to be able to compete in a wider range of competitions – both in school and in tournaments. Please ensure your child has their kit in school every week.

It has been fantastic to see all of the children looking so smart in their school uniform. A reminder that we also expect the children to have the correct uniform for PE sessions. Uniform with the Manor logo on it is available from the main office. All other items of uniform are available at very reasonable costs from all the big supermarkets.

More information about school uniform is available here.

Some quick reminders at the start of the new year:

  • No jewellery to be worn, except a watch and small stud earrings. A necklace may be worn if it is religious, but must be kept tucked in. No nail varnish to be worn.
  • No sweets or gum to be brought to school or eaten in school, including in the playground before 8:55am.
  • If it is necessary for your child to bring a mobile phone in to school with them, it must be given in at reception for safe keeping.

 

Upcoming Diary Dates 
3rd and 4th September  School Closed for children – STAFF INSET DAYS
Monday 10th September  Year 6 Educational Visit to The Ragged School Museum
Tuesday 18th September Year 5 Educational Visit to Kew Gardens
Friday 21st September Year 4 Educational Visit to London Sea Life Aquarium
Tuesday 25th September Manor’s Digital Leaders to visit Apple Store (workshop)
Tuesday 25th September Open day for parents and prospective parents
Thursday 11th October Year 2 Educational Visit to London Zoo
Friday 12th October School Fundraising – After School Cake Sale
Friday 19th October Year 5 and 6 Showcase of Learning Sharing Assembly