Manor Field Primary School

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Introducing Our School

Manor Field is a through primary school for children from ages 4 to 11. Our current teaching and subject leadership structure is as per the documents below:

   Teaching Structure 2023 - 2024       

Staff Subject Leadership Structure 2022/23 

Our school is divided into four Key Stages:

Foundation Stage

Key Stage Leader:

Miss Z Garling

Reception Classes
Key Stage One

Key Stage Leader: 

Miss K Collins

Years One and Two Classes
Lower Key Stage Two

Key Stage Leader:

Mrs Alison Palmer

Years Three and Four Classes
Upper Key Stage Two

Key Stage Leader:

Mr S Tubb

Years Five and Six Classes

We are a three form entry school, with two classes in Foundation Stage, five classes in Key Stage One and ten classes in Lower as well as Upper Key Stage Two. 

The school has been cleverly designed to maximise all the benefits of a large school and yet retain a small school atmosphere, with the buildings arranged into seven separate units, each named by our school council after one of the continents of the world:
Antarctica: Foundation Stage classes
Africa: Year 1 & Thrive Room
Australia: Year 2  & Thrive Room
Europe: Years 3 & 4
Asia: Years 5 & 6
South America: Extended Childcare Facility
North America: Extended Childcare Facility
Our typical school day is as follows:
9:00am - Morning Registration
9:00 -10:40am - Morning Lessons
10:40 -11am - Break time
11 -12pm - Mid morning lessons
12 -1pm - Lunch time
1 -3:10/3:15pm - Afternoon lessons
3:10pm - End of day for EYFS & KS1
3:15pm - End of day for KS2

school map september 2023.pdf

Each unit houses five classrooms arranged around a central area which accommodates a computer suite, enabling technology to be used as an integral aspect of learning. Each classroom also has a set of Chrome Books that children use as part of their learning. Each classroom is named after a city from the continent in which the classroom is located. 

As indicated above, children in Years 1 & 2 each enjoy their own separate units, with Year 1 housed in 'Africa' and Year 2 in 'Australia'. Pupils in Key Stage 2 are divided into the two upper units, with mixed years 3 & 4 (Lower Key Stage 2) located in 'Europe' and Years 5 & 6 (Upper Key Stage 2) in 'Asia'. Separate cloakroom areas and toilet facilities serve each of the five units. 
Foundation Stage 
The Reception children start their time at Manor Field in a separate dedicated building named 'Antarctica'. They also have their own large playground that is separate from the other year groups. As the year progresses, they are gradually introduced to other areas around the school building.