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Many happy returns from Mr. Messent and the staff at Manor House School

19 Dec 2017

19th December 2017

 

Looking forward to 2018 at Manor House School.

 

After a busy and enjoyable 2017 we are expecting an exciting and inspiring spring term as we continue to develop as a school with a relentless focus on high expectations and keen aspirations to add to our achievements.

 

This coming term we are holding a series of parents’ evenings and events. We are having the S5 mock results day on the first day back for pupils followed by a parents’ evening for S4 and S5 that evening, Tuesday 9th January, from 4 – 6.30pm. The mock results day is an event we did for the first time last year as a boost to our most senior pupils as they entered their final full term at Manor House School. It was one of many elements that made last year’s GCSEs results so successful for our pupils. Extra sessions for GCSE pupils are also planned outside of lesson time every week.

 

Coming up soon, we have S3 reports followed by a meeting about options for parents and pupils on Thursday 1st February where you and your children will speak to teachers about the subjects available to study at GCSE in S4 and S5 and be given expert guidance. After reports come home with children we’ll be hosting parents’ consultation meetings in the final two weeks before Easter. We are a strong school that is always striving to be better and these events are an important part of keeping you informed.

 

Remaining committed to developing the individual as a whole, outside of lessons we are looking to maintain our strong programme of extra-curricular activities, with the club list to follow on our return. We thank our staff for their hard work and professionalism, and our pupils for responding. At Manor House School we nurture pupils who love learning so much that they become lifelong learners and never forget their time at school. The development of these habits does not just happen in the classroom but is central to the support given to pupils here and through the extra-curricular activities in which our pupils participate. We are constantly proud of our  pupils.

 

And, of course, we’ll finish the Easter term with the Bunny Run and family assembly on the last day; it’s what we do.

 

Wishing you all a happy Christmas and successful and prosperous new year.

 

Mr. A. Messent

Headteacher

 

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