Manor Park Primary School

'Playing, learning and growing together'

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Absence and Punctuality
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If your child is absent for any reason, please contact the school on the first day of absence and notify us of the reason for their absence. If you telephone before school there is a voicemail system that can record your message. To make it easier for parents to report absence the school has a mobi…

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Additional Needs
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Matching Support to Pupils Needs Manor Park Primary School is committed to providing an inclusive education for all pupils and ensuring that pupils needs are met through additional support using a variety of intervention strategies. We aim to provide a supportive yet challenging atmosphere in which…

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Assessment
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Regular assessment of children’s achievement is integral to successful teaching and learning. The majority of our assessment is continuous and is a key feature of most lessons. This type of assessment is often called teacher assessment. It involves the teachers making judgements about your child’s…

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Asthma
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At Manor Park School we want to ensure our pupils receive the best support and care in managing their condition. All pupils with a diagnosis of asthma, who have been issued with an inhaler must have a completed asthma plan in school. A copy of this can be downloaded at the bottom of this page or co…

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Awards
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At Manor Park School we present the following awards. Click on the title or image of a particular award to view photographs of current and previous winners. FAB (Fantastic Attitude and Behaviour) Presented half-termly. One person is selected from each class to receive a FAB award. Children receive…

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Behaviour
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The Education Act places on all schools (and staff within the school) the duty to state and pursue policies designed to promote good behaviour and discipline. At Manor Park School good behaviour is promoted. We teach the children that it is their responsibility to make the most of their time at sch…

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Catchment Area
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Manor Park School serves the housing estates of Spring Valley and Pulrose. However, our boundaries are Peel Road from Quarterbridge roundabout to the junction for Pulrose Bridge. From there it continues through Middle River until it reaches Kewaigue Hill. Our boundary continues up Kewaigue Hill (bu…

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Classes
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Each of our classes is named after a tree reflecting the theme of the local area where many streets are named after trees. We currently have four classes in our school: Maple - Reception / Year 1 Rowan - Year 1 / Year 2 Sycamore - Year 3 / 4 Mighty Oak - Year 5 / 6 We also offer nurture style provi…

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Complaints or Concerns
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If you have a concern or complaint We would like you to tell us about it. We welcome any suggestions for improving our service. Be assured that no matter what you want to tell us, our support and respect for you and your child in the school will not be affected in any way. Please tell us of your co…

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Curriculum
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EARLY YEARS FOUNDATION STAGE (EYFS) CURRICULUM The Foundation Stage curriculum allows children to learn by being active, encouraging them to explore, to talk about their learning and to practice skills. It consists of seven areas of learning: Three prime areas: Personal, social and emotional develo…

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Disclaimer
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The information in this website applies to the school year 2017 / 2018 and was correct at the time of publishing. Parents should not, however, assume that there will be no change affecting these arrangements or a particular item before the start of the school year 2017 / 2018, during that year or i…

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e-safety
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E- SAFETY - ACCEPTABLE USE OF DEVICES - AGREEMENT FOR PARENTSMP AUP Parents.pdf E-SAFETY - ACCEPTABLE USE OF DEVICES - KEY STAGE 1KS1 AUP .pdf E-SAFETY ACCEPTABLE USE OF DEVICES - KEY STAGE 2KS2 AUP .pdf E-SAFETY PRESENTATION e-safety Information ONLINE GAMING ADVICE CEOP Good Gaming.pdf

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Involving Parents
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We want parents and children to feel part of our school community. Parents are welcome to visit the school to discuss their child’s / children’s progress and welfare. If parents wish to see the teacher or Headteacher for a longer discussion a prior telephone call would be appreciated in order to ma…

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Meals and Snacks
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SCHOOL MEALS School meals are prepared on the premises. Menus are provided for children who can choose either to have a hot meal or, if they prefer, can choose from our very popular salad bar. A vegetarian option is always available. We strongly recommend these meals to all parents as they not only…

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Reporting to Parents
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It is our belief that children will make most progress when home and school consider themselves partners in education. Therefore, we try to maintain close links with parents and carers wherever possible. Parents are encouraged to approach school at any time when problems or queries arise. Your chil…

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Safeguarding
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A leaflet for parents describing safeguarding and the responsibilities associated with this for all individuals can be found here. The leaflet offers advice on how to keep children safe from harm. Safeguarding_Leaflet_Primary.pdf

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School Regulations
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To comply with Health and Safety and to ensure the welfare and well-being of pupils and staff there are some regulations in place at school to ensure we all stay safe and happy. These include: JEWELLERY We ask that your child does not wear jewellery for school. It can pose a danger if it gets caugh…

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Staff
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Please click on names in blue text to view photographs of our staff members. Teaching Staff Mrs R Forrester … Headteacher Mrs D Radcliffe ... Maple Class Teacher Mrs A Erani-Kirkham ... Rowan Class Teacher / School Improvement & Curriculum Leader Mr M Callister ... Sycamore Class Teacher / Addition…

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Starting School
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Reception The first year of compulsory schooling is known as ‘Reception’. Children start in Reception at the start of the academic year in which they will be five years old. It is important that you enrol your child as early as possible in order that we can best prepare to give your child the best…

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Swimming Lessons
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Swimming Lessons for Key Stage 2 pupils take place during the autumn and spring terms. Lessons begin during the first full week of school each September. Pupils meet at the NSC at 8-30am where they are registered by their class teacher, just outside the covered front entrance at the top of the step…

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Times ~ Drop off and Collection Information
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OPENING TIMES 8.50 a.m. - 3.30 p.m. A member of school staff will be present on the playground from 8:40 a.m each day. Please be aware that staff are not responsible for children who are left on the school premises before this time. On wet mornings the main school will be open from 8.40 a.m. Childr…

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Transition to High School
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During their final year at Manor Park School your child will meet staff and pupils from Ballakermeen High School who will visit Manor Park as part of the transition process from Primary to Secondary schooling. This will involve a series of visits to the school and visits from high school teachers t…

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Uniform
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Manor Park Uniform Policy At Manor Park School we wish to project a smart look and take our appearance seriously. We believe that by dressing in a similar way our pupils develop a strong sense of personal pride and togetherness. Children can feel awkward or out of place if they do not look like the…

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Welfare at School
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First Aid Basic First Aid is provided for all children who need it but, if at any time a child’s condition gives cause for concern, parents will be contacted by telephone. Illness If your child becomes unfit for school through illness during the day we will contact you so that they can be collected…

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