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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 webpage and all the exciting things we've been up to. This half term (Summer A) we are going to be studying Gallery Rebels, which focuses on art…Visit Year 5 and 6
Welcome to the Year 3 and 4 page Predator! We are learning all about animals this half term, in particular predators. We have just had an amazing visit from Walworth…Visit Year 3 and 4
This half terms our topic is Wriggle and Crawl we will be learning all about minibeasts and their habitatVisit Year 1 and 2
Middlesbrough schools sports awards. We are so proud of you Amy.
09:54 AM Jul 10th
Well done to our y3+4 football team. Middlesbrough schools highly commended Y3+4 sports team of the year. So proud to be amongst the top 3 schools.
09:53 AM Jul 10th
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