Manor Park Primary School

'Playing, learning and growing together'

Welcome to the Manor Park School website


Manor Park originally opened as a junior school in 1975 and became a primary school in 1986. Our school serves the communities of Pulrose and Spring Valley and is situated centrally - near to the local shops, park and the island's National Sports Centre. The school has excellent transport links.

At Manor Park we will endeavour to make your child’s life in school enjoyable, academically successful and rewarding. We are committed to providing a caring, secure and enriching environment designed to stimulate the academic, creative, social and personal development of each child. We strive to create a respectful school community where children are happy and valued and where the development of relationships with others is important.

This website will help you to learn more about our school and provides useful information and updates. You are welcome to contact the school if you wish for any further details and if you would like to visit the school please contact us to arrange an appointment.

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January 2019 Reading Champions
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Congratulations to the January Reading Champions! These pupils read the most in their class during the month of January. Well done! Regular daily reading has been to shown to positively impact on pupil attainment in all subjects.

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Fair Trade Conference 2019
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Pictured are 3 of the pupils who represented Manor Park at the annual Fair Trade Conference at the House of Keys recently. They took part in a series of activities that considered trade inequality around the world. The pupils will also be recorded on Manx Radio this week, expressing their views abo…

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Saving Hedgehogs!
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We are collecting crisp packets to be collected by a local charity. the 'Manx Hedgehog Conservation Society'. Crisp packets have been found to be the biggest killer of hedgehogs as these small animals climb inside foraging for food and them get trapped inside and die. As crisp packets are not biode…

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Old Trainers Wanted!
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We are currently collecting any old football boots to be donated to needy children in Nigeria. This project has been organised by a PE teacher at Ballakermeen. You can drop off boots to Ballakermeen or send them into Manor Park where we have a green bin next to the office, and we will see that they…

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Snow and Ice Conditions at Manor Park
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A few changes have been put in place to ensure pupils, parents, visitors and staff remain safe in snow and ice conditions at Manor Park. Maple Class pupils who access the school from the back of the building will instead enter using the front door to reduce unnecessary risk. A member of school staf…

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December Reading Champions
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Pictured are pupils from each class who have read the most books at home during December. Well done to all the children who are working hard to increase the amount of books they read!

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House Captains Lay Wreath at Douglas War Memorial
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Pictured are three of our House Captains who laid a wreath at Douglas War Memorial on Sunday to mark 100 years since the end of World War One. The children attended the Service of Remembrance at St Thomas' Church before parading to the War Memorial. The children represented their school exceptional…

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Reading Champions
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Here are the very first Manor Park School Reading Champions! These pupils have read the most during October and now have the title of Reader of the Month. They are pictured with a new book chosen by their teacher in recognition of their achievement. Overall there has been a huge increase in the amo…

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