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Regis Manor Primary School

Regis Manor is an enriching and collaborative school where all pupils are supported to achieve their best and develop aspirations for bright futures.

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  • 24-03-2017 - Attendance Weeks 4 and 5

    Well done to 2H and 5P (again!) for winning last week's attendance award!

     

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    This week, 5P can't be stopped! For 3 weeks running, 5P have had the highest attendance! Joining them with this honour this week is 1DE who were incredibly excited to have Captain Cool join them!

    Well done everybody and keep it up to find out the overall class winner next week!

     

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  • 24-03-2017 - Head Girl and Boy Blog Post 1

    We have a new addition to our news scroller!

    The Head Boy and Head Girl of Regis Manor have started their own 'blog' to keep you up to date with the goings on of the school from the perspective of a Regis Manor pupil:

     

    Welcome to the Head Boy and Head Girl’s blog. Here you can find information about what’s going on in the classrooms at Regis Manor Primary School from a child’s point of view. This is a weekly supplement which will include school-wide activities as well as what is going on in lessons. To keep up to date, come back each week!

     

    We are happy to be issuing you with the first ever blog post. We have recently celebrated World Book Day having dressed up as animals from books: the most popular costumes were cats, dogs and Paddington (complete with his suitcase). Being year sixes we would not miss out on dressing up; we looked forward to the competition for the best animal costume. For the winners they each won a book. In year six we focused on two texts: Macavity the Cat and in comprehension we read The Jungle Book. Nursery to year two had a mobile farm to visit- they really enjoyed it. See you next week for a new edition to A Pupil’s View.

  • 24-03-2017 - The Oliver Fisher Cheque

    You may remember that in February, Regis Manor raised over £590 for the Oliver Fisher Fund thanks to a cake sale and a non-uniform day (well done everybody!)

    Last week, we had the pleasure of receiving Lindsey, who works for the Oliver Fisher Unit in Medway, to accept a cheque and explain a little about the care that the Unit provides.

    The cheque was presented by a pupil in year 5 who was born in the unit and wanted to mark his 10th birthday by doing something special for them.

     

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    A big well done to everybody involved and a thank you to Lindsey for coming to share some information about the work she does with the children.

  • 24-03-2017 - Lord of the Drawings

    This term, Year 5 have been studying the classic: ‘The Hobbit’. From play scripts to fact files, Year 5 have been working hard to develop their writing skills using Tolkien’s tale of fantasy and adventure as a jumping-off point.

    Following on from this, and as part of World Book Day, the children have been designing their own book covers:

     

     

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    What amazing artists we have at Regis Manor!

     Well done Year 5, keep up the fantastic work!

  • 24-03-2017 - My Little Teacher

    Last week, Year 1 were promoted from pupils to teachers! In Guided Reading, the children have been working together to help each other read and spell words linked to their Phonics Screening Check (in just 12 weeks’ time!)

     

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    As you can see, the children love taking on the role of ‘teacher’ and helping each other by adding the ‘sound buttons’ and sounding out the words together.

     

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    Keep it up, Year 1!!

     

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Telephone: 01795 472971
Email: School Office
Acting Headteacher: Mr M. Perry
Office Manager: Miss K. Campbell

Regis Manor Primary School
1 Middletune Ave
Sittingbourne
Kent
ME10 2HT

Name and Registered Office: Swale Academies Trust Ashdown House, Johnson Road, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 1JS Company Number: 7344732