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Welcome to Manor Fields School

This website aims to give you some insight into what it means to be part of the Manor Fields Primary School community; our aspirations for our children and the wider community.

Every child deserves the best possible start to their education and we foster an enthusiasm for learning that is designed to provide a solid foundation for the rest of each child’s school career and beyond. The values that we foster (aspiration, community-spirit, curiosity, equality, reflection, resilience, resourcefulness, responsibility and self–esteem) permeate everything that we do at Manor Fields.  These values are promoted by all members of our community (children, their families, staff, governors and volunteers alike) ensuring that our school is a safe, happy and purposeful place.

At Manor Fields, our major strength is the highly skilled and dedicated team of staff, professionals and volunteers who serve our school and its community. We strive to challenge and inspire through excellent provision in a wholly accessible learning environment. Through our ‘open door’ policy, we ensure that we are always available to listen and to provide support and guidance whenever it is needed. We believe that working in partnership with families is a privilege and that it is one of the most important determinants of the success of any child.

Visitors to our school are always impressed by the vibrant atmosphere and the positive attitude that our children display, so do take the time to come and see us. We are always proud to share the joyfulness and high quality of learning that characterise our school.

Leeson House 2017

The children had a lovely evening walk yesterday doing some stargazing. They settled well and had a good nights sleep. This morning they are up and having breakfast before they set of for Studland.

02.03.2017 World Book Day 

20.3.2017

Last week’s trips into Waterstones in Salisbury were joyful and successful. Every child chose a new book for their class library and the range of stories, from the hysterical ‘Oi dog’ to childhood classics, was varied and vast.

We were delighted that the older boys excelled themselves in their football match at Bemerton St John on Thursday. They played as a team and won the match 9 – 3. The All Stars Cricket was great fun too though we were disappointed that the wheelchair basketball company cancelled their visit. Running Club took place at Five Rivers track, as planned, and some children ran over 2 miles in the short time that we were there!

Lastly, we are delighted to announce that Mrs Colbourne is on the mend and she is back in the school office for a few hours a day.

This week:

  • We are supporting World Down Syndrome Day on Tuesday and everyone is invited to come to school wearing socks: not just any socks, brightly coloured socks, long socks, printed socks, 1 sock… even 3 socks for 3 chromosomes!
  • On Tuesday at 2pm, there is a dress rehearsal for “Hoodwinked” – the Year 3 and 4 production
  • On Wednesday at 9:30, ‘Hoodwinked’ will be performed to a wider, ticket-holding audience and a DVD will be recorded
  • Also on Wednesday, Year 1 will visit Victoria Park  for a nature trail and Year 5 will set off for their three –day adventure in Dorset
  • On Thursday afternoon, CAMHS are running a workshop for families whose children experience anxiety and at 6pm, ‘Hoodwinked’ will be performed for the last time
  • On Friday, children are invited to support Red Nose Day and in the evening, the HSA have organised a disco. What fun!

 

Travelling Book Fayre

We raised an amazing £504 at the book fayre, which will give the school a terrific £242 to spend on new books. 57 children used their £1 World book day vouchers towards the cost of a new book.

Thank you for all of your support.

Golden Mile Update 02.02.17

On Wednesday 1st February all of Robins Class were awarded their One Mile certificates.

Olivia Hazzard, Jack Street, Tristan Darcy and Oscar Clarke were the first Magpies to receive their 5 mile certificates.

Zayn Mohagheghzadeh and Joel Tatem were the first Woodpeckers to achieve 5 mile certificates.

 

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The NSPCC have launched a new whistleblowing campaign so please visit our safeguarding pages in the About Us section for more information.

Did you know that O2 offer a free "Parental Control" service to help families to protect their children while they're online? They can enable you to restrict children's web access via their mobile to a limited number of sites which are suitable for children.

Follow these links for the most recent OFSTED report and school performance data;

Ofsted report                        Parent View                            

Performance Tables

The following data captures are taken from Perspective Lite 2016:

Key Stage 1 SATs Data

Key Stage 2 SATs Data

GLoD - Good Level of Development data

Phonics Data

Please click here for a capture of the Data dashboard with our 2015 data.

For information on Wiltshire Local Offer click on link below:

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