At Manor Primary School we believe in providing learning opportunities and challenge for all,
in a caring, happy, supportive environment with children at the heart of everything we do.
For further information about the curriculum, please browse this section of the website or contact Margaret Coleman, the Headteacher.
Our aims are for all children:
* To develop academically, socially, physically, emotionally, culturally and spiritually so that they achieve their potential.
* To develop individuality, self-esteem and self-reliance.
* To be aware of and, as appropriate involved in the community.
* To become independent learners who value education and know how to improve.
* To develop levels of attainment, maturity and independence which will enable them to follow suitable and satisfying occupations, leading fulfilled lives in the future.
* To develop respect for other people.
* To enjoy a wide range of educational experiences and develop broad and balanced learning skills.
For more information about the curriculum taught, please click on the year group in the 'Our Classes' section of this site or click on one of the subject links below.
The National Curriculum provides the framework for the school. We have a curriculum map for each Key Stage that describes the curriculum for each year group. This is supported by schemes of work which inform teachers' medium and short term planning. The framework for planning children's learning in Foundation Stage comes from the Early Years Foundation Framework and the National Curriculum. In Key Stage 1 and 2, the curriculum consists of three core subjects English, Maths and Science as well as a core skill, Computing, six foundation subjects and Religious Education.