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Marton Manor Primary School is a good school, providing a rich, broad and balanced education for boys and girls between 3 and 11 years of age. The school roll is approximately 235 including a part time Nursery for 3-4 year olds.More about our school
School Council Two representatives are chosen from each class as representatives on the School Council on a yearly basis. The School Council does a number of things: They…Visit Pupil Voice
Welcome to Marton Manor Support Base. We are a Resource Base for pupils with Autism. We have a provision for pupils from Reception to Year 6 and provide support with…Visit Support Base
Welcome to our web page and all the exciting things we're going to be doing this half term. year 5 page year 6 page This term in Upper Key Stage…Visit Year 5 and 6
Welcome to our page! This page shows current year 3 and 4 topics. For information on specific year group objectives please click on a class below: Year 3 Class Page…Visit Year 3 and 4
Welcome to our page! On here you will find information about your child’s topics and some of the activities we have completed! KS1-Curriculum-Overview-Year-B-2020Download Year 1: Memory Box Our topic work…Visit Year 1 and 2
Welcome to Marton Manor Early Years Foundation Stage. This is made up of both our Nursery and Reception classes. We provide a happy, safe, nurturing and stimulating environment in which…Visit Early Years
School is open to key-worker and vulnerable children.
Y3 are attending Monday and Tuesday.
Breakfast club and after school club are open. Please book.
School lunches will run as normal today so children who normally get a school dinner won’t need to bring in a packed lunch.
07:09 AM Jan 4th
Children will be learning remotely as of 4th January. Year 3 will be in on Monday and Tuesday. Key worker and vulnerable children will be expected to be in on 4th January. You may be asked to provide evidence of your job role so please be prepared for this.
08:48 PM Jan 3rd
Parent or carer at Marton Manor? Could you spend five minutes on our home learning survey?
03:50 PM Jul 21st
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Please check out our newsletters for the latest information about the phased re-opening of the school the link is provided below.
If any of our families find their circumstances have changed due to redundancy or loss of earnings and believe they may be entitled to income -related Free School Meals (rather than the universal free school meals that all Reception - Year 2 pupils currently receive) then please complete this form and send it off to the address on the form.