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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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  • 25-05-2016 - Regis Manor's Water Polo Wonders!

    Yesterday, Regis Manor's Water Polo Wonders lived up to their name with a thrilling few matches in Swale Academies Trust's primary school tournament.

    With Beaver Green, Westlands Primary, South Borough and Istead Rise also enjoying the rigours of the splash-filled competition, Regis Manor put on a tremendous display in the form of a Water Polo clinic!

    CONGRATULATIONS to all schools for taking part and a special WELL DONE goes to Regis Manor's WATER POLO WONDERS!

    Read more about the fun we had by clicking here!

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  • 23-05-2016 - Race for Life at Regis Manor

    Pupils and staff made Regis Manor incredibly proud on Friday with our magnificent efforts throughout our Race for Life!

    The steady stream of pink through the school gates first things let us know Regis Manor is serious in the fight against cancer, the Race for Life only proved us right!

    With pulses racing and feet a'thundering; each and every pupil and staff member showed their true grit and gave their all.

    Read all about what took place here and WELL DONE Regis Manor!

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  • 19-05-2016 - EYFS' 3 Little Pigs!

    EYFS have enjoyed a tremendous week learning all about the famous tale of the 3 Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf (the Wolf with huff and puff - not the Wolf who gobbled Red Riding Hood's Grandmother)!

    Reading every book we could find about it and playing between us the characters of the 3 pigs in three homes whilst the Wolf blows about outside - our new role play area (with real sticks and straw) is a real pleasure to read and play in!

    As well as this, we can use ours imaginations to use the Tuff Spot to use toys to act out the story; letting us know what each character is thinking and why they are doing things!

    WELL DONE EYFS for such superb learning! Keep up the wonderful effort because that's as safe an idea as a house made of bricks!

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  • 19-05-2016 - Beware the Jabberwocky!

    One of the latest murals to don Regis Manor's corridor walls is the rather stunning Jabberwocky by the Year 6 classrooms!

    Whilst maintaining a sense of friendly ferocity that Year 6 is all about; it is also incredibly well-designed and grasps the attention of every single person who comes by; with its terrifying scowl it delivers to the back of an unaware Alice's (of Wonderland reknown) head whilst a unnerved Tumtum Tree looks on in trepidation!

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    This collection of literary characters of Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There" is not all though!

    Round the corner and in the Jabberwocky's tail's snakey grip there is a scroll scripting two stanzas of the famous poem (also by Carroll)..."Jabberwocky"; which is one of Mrs Richmond's favourite nonsense poems!

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    Let us know what you think of the amazing mural and the nonsense poem!

  • 19-05-2016 - 4P's Invasion of Britain!

    On Tuesday afternoon, 4P were very generously took the time to invade Britain as part of their Class Assembly; performing for their parents and carers and demonstrating all they had learned throughout their Topic: The Roman Empire and its historic invasion of Britain!

    All parents, carers and staff in attendance were enthralled by the supreme performance put on by the pupils, impressing all with their superbly well-learnt facts, raising the mirth-factor with some rather cheeky jokes about Mr Perry's choice of tie, and some showing their diligently well-made prop, makeup and ICT work!

    4P's Class Assembly was an undoubted success and we would like to thank all who came to see the wonders the children had to offer; and we would like to thank 4P for such a splendid show!

    WELL DONE 4P!

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Telephone: 01795 472971
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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