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​​​​​​Welcome to the Friends of Manor page

Contact us at fman7635@manor-didcot.oxon.sch.uk

FOM are now on Twitter, please follow us on @FOMDidcot
All parents, grandparents, staff and other family members are invited to get involved. To achieve its aims of providing additional educational activites for the children, FOM need more than the dedicated supporters who organise events. If you want to get involved but can't make events we still have activites/jobs that need doing. Contact us through our email or by sending a note through the school office.

Tell us what you think 

We want to know what you think about our events and how you think we could make them better. It should take approx 5 minutes to complete. Completed surveys received by noon on 12 July will be entered into a competition to win a bottle of wine.

Click here to take the survey.

Tesco Bags of Help Scheme

   Thank you to everyone who voted for us in the Tesco Bags of Help Scheme. We came first and have been awarded £5,000. This will go towards providng a cover for the outside Reception area.

Dates for the Diary:

      • 30 June 2017 Quiz night - tickets available to buy now
      • 29 Sept 2017 Disco
      • 25 Nov 2017 Christmas Fair

 Meeting Dates:

   Tues 04 July 2017 - at Prince of Wales pub
Weds 06 Sept 2017
Tues 03 Oct 2017
Weds 08 Nov 2017
Tues 05 Dec

You can keep up with our news via our Facebook page:
 Friends of Manor School, Didcot
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For other ways to support FOM please click the star below.
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Newsletters

Chair -

Lynda Ewers

Treasurer - Joanne Metcalf

Secretary - 

Kath Lord

Trustees - 

Joanne Metcalf

Kath Lord

Lynda Ewers


Our charity ID is
1151150 Friends Of Manor School Didcot

The main advantages of this are that we will now be able to use services like Just Giving to promote fundraising events. It also means that helpers may be able to get their employers to "fund match" any money they raise. So ask your employer if you can do this.