Welcome to our school website...


We are pleased to confirm that the children have all arrived safely.  They are busy settling into their accommodation and getting ready for this evening's activities.  More details will follow when we receive them.   

Recent Announcements

  • Special "World Book Day" Menu 5th March Please see the attached menu for this Thursday to celebrate World Book Day.
    Posted by Office Admin
  • Parent Teacher Consultations Parent Teacher Consultations will be taking place on Thursday 19th and Tuesday 24th March.  Please see General Letters section within the School Office tab for more information.
    Posted 26 Feb 2015, 07:12 by Office Admin
  • *** FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER NOW AVAILABLE *** The latest newsletter is available in the Monthly Newsletter section within the School Office tab.  Please take the time to read this as it contains lost of useful information and ...
    Posted 12 Feb 2015, 06:00 by Office Admin
  • Clubs for Term 4 New clubs for next term include KS1 Book Club, KS2 Gardening Club and KS1 Pet Club.  Also making a return after a break will be Choir Club for Years 2 ...
    Posted 11 Feb 2015, 05:03 by Office Admin
  • Letter from the Minister of State for Schools We are delighted to share with you a letter we have received from the Rt Hon David Laws MP congratulating our school on our KS2 results.
    Posted 3 Feb 2015, 03:36 by Office Admin
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Headteacher’s Welcome

Manor Primary School is a friendly and welcoming school that is a vibrant part of our local community. We pride ourselves on creating a safe and secure family atmosphere where every member of our school community feels valued. Our enthusiastic team of staff and Governors are dedicated to providing exciting and fun learning experiences for all children and we aim to give your child the best possible start to their lifelong learning journey. 

As the Head teacher of Manor School I am very proud of our commitment to being a listening school. We work hard to give children, staff, Governors and parents a voice in the decision making of our school. We are always striving to improve and we recognise that we are all essential partners in making this happen.

Margaret Coleman