An inclusive school in which each and every child fulfils their greatest potential; providing an inspiring and enriching environment to motivate and build lasting self-belief.
Manor School Didcot Academy Trust,
Lydalls Close, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 7LB
Manor School is situated in West Didcot, Oxfordshire. We average around 500 pupils on roll, with 19 classes in total.
At Manor School we place great importance on valuing each member of our school community equally highly.
Each month we focus on a different positive value - love, peace, co-operation etc. Every member of staff and pupil is expected to demonstrate these positive values in the way they treat themselves, each other and the wider community.
Our work on values is appreciated by parents and is at the heart of the school's success.
If you have any questions or would
like any further information about the school please contact our Headteacher, John Hawkins.
We had the pleasure of welcoming Colin Campbell from Didcot Rotary club to Manor School On Tuesday. He held an excellent assembly informing us all about what the Rotary Club do and the new initiative of RotaKids; a chance for children to get involving in improving and serving their local community.
Mr Campbell was also at Manor to present a very special award to Iona in Year 6 who won a special Young Citizen award. Iona described the day as, the best day ever and, 'I can't stop smiling'!
Well done Iona!
We had an exciting end to our year with a King's Tea Party held in honour of our Head Teacher John Hawkins, who is retiring this summer after 20 years leading the school.
He was serenaded by the school orchestra, had a Maypole dance and was presented with two books of memories from the children and staff.
The pupils and teachers all had a wonderful time with a picnic on the field, and sang a song together.
Mr Hawkins is still looking forward to having a ‘class’ to look after - his 9 grandchildren aged 5 to 11, an active bunch who will certainly keep him busy! We look forward to welcoming our new head, Mrs Robinson, in September.
Wow! The school certainly rocked on Wednesday and Friday evening for the Year 6 production of, 'The School of Rock'.
We are thrilled to be able to share with you, free of charge, the video of Wednesday and Friday evening performances. Hopefully by clicking on the link, (Year 6 parents will be sent by email) you will be able to select the evening performance you would like to watch and choose whether to stream it or download the file. You will need a relatively quick computer to stream the file or with a large memory stick you will be able to download it onto there and enjoy the show again and again and for years to come!
Thank you once again for your help and support with costumes, instruments, learning lines and coming to watch. We hope you enjoyed the production and all the hard work that went into it. We were certainly very proud of the children.
Best wishes and keep rocking!
Mr Kirkland, Miss Clark and Ms Wigley
You Should Totally Come to Digital leaders
Because this is the stuff we get up to!!!!!
- Microsoft word
- Code for life
- hour of code
It's on Friday after school till 10 past 4 (4:10)
With an amazing teacher … Mrs Creswell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
From Marni and issy s!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Year 5 have now finished their Play On Music schemes for this year. Parents in 5Cr were treated to a concert from the brass instruments, and we have also learned the guitar and clarinet.
In year 5 when we when on the over night school trip we could have biscuits also we coould do what we want and we coould go exploring also go on the hill end sine and go in the music garden.
The music garden had lots of instruments also there was a flute and that was a good one no one know how to play it also the girls in year 5 went to Didcot girl school also we did English, maths, science. The girl school is very big also I got lost in the girl school because you can not find the bath room also you can get lockers and they are only 5 pounds it can be numbers or keys.
I had fun! by Sasha
In digital leaders I have enjoyed, coding and using micro bits.
It's on a Friday after school.
We have been using sway quite a lot, and having fun with Mrs Cresswell. We learned how to code.
We used hour of code and code for life.
Our year 3 & 4 children are leaving the science museum now and are due back at school at 3.45.
Years 3 and 4 arrived safely at the Science Museum, they all enjoyed the IMAX experience and are now going to have lunch.
Last Thursday Year 6 were treated to a morning hearing from
professionals and experts in their fields about the different jobs they do.
Fitting perfectly with our current topic of, 'I'm a Year 6 get me out of here!', which is about encouraging the children to think to the future, they heard from an accountant, an immunologist working on a new
treatment for cancer and the head of UK industry
for CERN in Switzerland. Afterwards, back in class, the children shared which
jobs they are now inspired to consider as
they grow up. A huge thank you to the volunteers who came in
to talk to us. I know my class were certainly inspired and took away a huge amount, so thank you.