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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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  • 28-04-2017 - Wonderful Ones

    Year 1 have dived right into the new term and have got some wonderful things to share!

    First up, there has been some fantastic creative writing:



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    These two girls have written a story about a very greedy bee- just look at how neat they are!


    Year 1’s topic this term is ‘In the Garden’. Look at these magnificent home learning projects!



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    Well done Year 1 for approaching the new term with gusto- we can’t wait to see what you’ll get up to next!

  • 28-04-2017 - Attendance Rewards

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  • 27-04-2017 - Head Boy and Head Girl Blog post 4

    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!

    Welcome back to our weekly blog and this week we will be discussing our Get Caught Reading competition. This is where all the pupils of Regis Manor will compete to find out who has found the most bizarre and unusual reading spots. During that assembly was a game called Family Fortunes special reading edition. It was Mrs Mirams competing against Mrs Humphrey: it was an even game 2 points for each team. Unluckily, year 6 are on the journey to SATS week (in 2 school weeks’ time) therefore we have had to do loads of tests recently; some long, some short. On the brighter side, 6R get to wear their own clothes due to them getting 100% attendance, meaning everyone in that class came to school every day during that week. 

  • 27-04-2017 - Get Caught Reading!

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  • 31-03-2017 - Year 3 Production

    As usual, the last week of term is incredibly busy, but Year 3 have been busier than normal; they’ve been putting together a production!

    Year 3’s author is Anthony Browne who likes to use gorillas in his stories: specifically a gorilla called Willy. Year 3 took inspiration from the book ‘Willy the Dreamer’ to showcase their aspirations and exhibit the work they have been doing in class.

    We had everything from explorers to ballet dancers, sumo wrestlers to painters and of course, every single one of the children demonstrated their phenomenal singing ability with a wide range of songs to accompany these talents.


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    A huge thank you to the Year 3 staff for putting it all together and a big well done to Year 3!


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Telephone: 01795 472971
Email: School Office
Executive Headteacher: Mrs K. Mirams
Head of School: Mr M. Perry
Office Manager: Miss K. Campbell

Regis Manor Primary School
1 Middletune Ave
ME10 2HT

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