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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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  • 30-06-2016 - A Visit from RNLI!

    On Thursday Regis Manor was visited by RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institute) who came by to remind the children of how to stay safe whilst near and in water.

    The pupils had made clear to them the facts of which flags are safe to swim by, how to behave when swimming, and what to do if we see people who need help when in the water.

    We had a terrific time and a great deal of fun whilst being visited by our wonderful Lifeguards and we now know how to behave in the water.

    Remember, if you see someone in the water who needs helps, instead of trying to swim to them; phone 999 and ask for the Coastguard but only if the emergency is real.

    THANK YOU to the RNLI for visiting!

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  • 30-06-2016 - Year 1 at Wingham!

    On Thursday Year 1 had a wild time visiting all the ferocious, adorable and entirely fascinating animals of Wingham Wildlife Park!

    There were flamingos, meerkats, tigers, gibbons, penguins, wallabys, vipers, cheetas, barn owls and even a Stinkpot Turtle!

    As well as this, the pupils were given the opportunity to engage with the animals, even daring to hold a tarantula in their hands!

    All together, Year 1 enjoyed a thrilling and informative day, and we are sure to return to Wingham Wildlife Park soon!

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  • 30-06-2016 - Peas, Lizards and Swirly Spinners!

    Year 4 are a perpetually busy bunch, always having something going on and always looking to learn more, and this week they have been up to some rather curious activities indeed!

    4P have been getting to know pea shoots in a manner beneath the surface, examining their clever little roots grow downwards in an attempt to root themselves to the ground and quench their thirst!

    Meanwhile, 4K have been learning about writing instructions, and to get them in the mood they have begun by reading and listening to specific instructions on how make some quite intricate little contraptions!

    Wonderful wriggling lizards that move to and fro when their strings are pulled and some quixotically named 'Swirly Spinners' to spin and shine when rotated; 4K have been succeeding to the letter!

    WELL DONE Year 4 for such exemplary learning and for giving it your all!

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  • 30-06-2016 - Introducing...Miss Beevis!

    Miss Beevis is our new Deputy Headteacher, here to help Regis Manor be the best school it can be!

    Be sure to say "Hello!" to Miss Beevis and show her just how friendly the Regis Manor family is!

    Miss Beevis; WELCOME!

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  • 30-06-2016 - Halfords Visit Year 5!

     Year 5 were visited by the fantastic folk of Halfords in Sittingbourne last Wednesday, teaching us all about how to maintain and repair our bicycles and how to stay safe.

    To read all about it, just click here!

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Telephone: 01795 472971
Email: School Office

Regis Manor Primary School
1 Middletune Ave
ME10 2HT

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