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Reception Nativity


After Year 1's incredible performance last week, Reception had big shoes to fill but what a show they put on!

With loud, clear speaking and singing voices, we watched as they retold the story of Mary and Joseph in brilliant costumes!

Well done, Reception!


Martial Arts Master


Last week, this young man was a bundle of nerves and excitement as he had his first ever Martial Arts grading!

After an initial warm-up, he had to show off the different punches and kicks he had been learning and was eventually rewarded with a certificate and a new belt!

He's now working towards his next belt and his learning all sorts of new things for his next grading.

Well done! Keep it up!



First week of Christmas!


Well last week we really got into the swing of Christmas! The tree went up at the beginning of the week but it was looking a little bare so the children all made a decoration to hang on it whilst we sang Christmas carols during our decoration assembly. As if they couldn’t get enough, the Key Stage 2 choir immediately went to Regis Gate and sang even more carols there!

The residents had a lovely time and joined in with some of their favourites and the children were treated to mince pies and a visit to Santa afterwards!

Finally, to top off our festive mood, Year One performed their nativity ‘The Christmas Stars’ and what a wonderful job they did! Their voices were so loud and clear, their singing was beautiful and they looked fantastic. Well done Year One!

Of course, none of these things can happen without the hard work of the staff so a huge thank you to them too.

We’re expecting lots more Christmassy goings on this week so do check back in to find out what we’ve been up to!



Christmas Dinner Week



Monday – sweetcorn and pepper pizza

Tuesday – Hoisin chicken with spaghetti noodles

Wednesday – beef and vegetable pie

Thursday – fish fingers and chips



Please ensure all Christmas Lunches are booked by Thursday 14th December via ParentPay –

If you require log on details, please visit the school office.


Piano Performance


This week, we were treated to a piano performance by one of our Year 6s. He is taking his first piano exam next week and we were allowed a sneak preview! He did brilliantly well, playing to an audience of over 200- I’m sure you’ll join us in wishing him luck!





The 1st of December marks our annual hoop display! Every class has worked incredibly hard to produce a hoop based around a Christmas song. We have themes ranging from 'Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer' to 'A Spaceman Came Travelling' and we think every class has done a marvellous job!


Performance Day


This news item has been brought to you by our Media Team! All information, articles and photographs have been taken and created by the pupils.


On Monday 27th November 2017 we split up into 4 groups (singing, drama, music and dance). Then, we went into different classes with different children and teachers to practise our routines. It was related to Christmas because we either sang Christmas songs or danced to it. In the afternoon, the whole of the school was watching us perform on our school stage! It was lots of fun and we are looking forward to our next House Day!


Sports Leaders


This news item has been brought to you by our Media Team! All information, articles and photographs have been taken and created by the pupils.


Recently our Regis Manor Sports Leaders travelled to Iwade Primary School. They met a woman called Mel who is in charge of the school athletic tournaments. They discussed all of the roles that they could have as Sports Leaders and their responsibilities (so hopefully now they will be good at their job).They invented their own sport games that were a bit more fun than the basics like: basketball, football, netball, cricket, rugby and rounders. When they did that they could use ideas that the people had already come up with or they could use their own ideas. They had 15 minutes to plan their games and 5 minutes to test it out before the Sports Leaders from different schools tried it out and then of course our Sports Leaders tried the other games.  They each received a certificate to show they are now Sports Leader trained. We’re excited to have the Sports Leaders organise some new activities in our school!



Parent Council Coffee Morning



A Guide to ParentPay



Log in with username and password provided previously (if you need these again, please contact the school office)

Click on the house icon

Click on the three lines

Click on the child's name

Click on the three lines

Choose 'Bookings'

Choose 'Make or View Bookings'

Choose 'Make or View Bookings' again

Scroll down to 'Week Commencing' icon

Click on 'Book a Meal'. The box will turn green

If a padlock shows on a date, you cannot book a meal - scroll across to the right to reveal the rest of the days for that week.

If you book a meal in error, click 'Clear Day' then click 'Confirm'

Scroll down the screen

Click 'Confirm Bookings'

Click 'Pay Now'

Enter card details

You should receive an email confirming your booking

If you book but do not pay within 2 hours, your booking will be cancelled.


Poppy Appeal


A huge well done and thank you to everybody who donated towards the Poppy Appeal - we managed to raise over £400!!



In order to provide a positive environment for our children, we respectfully ask parents to refrain from swearing on the school site.


Christmas Lunch



Remembrance Art


As part of the school’s commemoration of Remembrance Day, the children have been learning about why we hold a 2 minute silence and what Remembrance Sunday is all about.

In honour of this, Year 2 created some artwork which we think is just stunning. One young man also used his own initiative and ‘planted’ some crosses in his back garden to ‘remember the soldiers that died’. If you look carefully, you can also spot a soldier at the back of the garden watching over his comrades.

Well done Year 2, amazing work.




Gymnastics Enthusiast


As a gymnastics enthusiast, this young man has spent weeks training for his latest competition. With jumps, tumbles and squat throughs (apparently they’re a real thing!), he managed to forward-roll his way to joint first place for his floor routine and second for his vault which was at a staggering height of 110cm!

We are so proud of your achievements! Well done!




The Media Team at Regis Manor!


IMG_1636small_1.JPGHello we are the media team at Regis Manor Primary School! Our names Anthony, Mitchel, Phoebe and Molly. Our job is to inform you, the parents, of what is going on in our school such as anti-bullying week, performance day and Nursery Nativity. This is a great honour to have as we are the very first Media Team!  We hope you enjoy our content.




Castle Connections Christmas



End of year celebration


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November Courses


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Poppies on sale


As of today, Friday 3rd November, Remembrance Day poppies will be sold in school.


Fireworks tickets on sale!


Our annual fireworks display is next Friday! (10th November)

Advance tickets will be on sale in the office between 8:30 and 9:00am and 3:00-4:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, You can also complete a form and send the money into school in an envelope - the tickets will then be sent home with your child the next day.

If you do not have a child in the school and are not available to come in during these times please put your money, tickets required and contact details into an envelope and hand the envelope into the office. Tickets can then be collected from the office 24 hours later.

We hope to see you all there!!


Regis Manor Fireworks


On Friday 10th November Regis Manor will be holding its annual fireworks display.

Gates will open at 5:30pm ready for the bonfire being lit at 7pm and fireworks at 7:15pm.

Advance tickets are £5 for adults and £4 for children under 16 (On the gate tickets are £6 for adults and £5 for children).

Further information about where/when to buy your tickets and our poster to follow soon!

We hope to see you all there!



Maths Day


At Regis Manor we like to have a sense of community so we often do ‘House Days’ where the children get together in their houses to work together on different activities.

Yesterday we had a ‘Maths Day’ with a myriad of activities ranging from shape-hunting to problem-solving and even some maths-related art!

The children relished the opportunity to work in different groups and do things that were a little bit different to their everyday activities- we look forward to the next House Day


Head Boy and Girl Blog


Welcome to our Head Boy and Girl blog! We are very excited to represent Regis Manor by being Head Boy and Girl. To get this responsibility we had to write a letter to Mr Perry and Miss Beevis and tell them why we should be chosen. We believe that we are helpful and considerate and Mr Perry and Miss Beevis clearly agree!

This blog will be updated regularly so make sure you keep in touch, the blog can be found here.



Tag Rugby


Last week, a team of Year 5 and 6 children represented Regis Manor in a Tag Rugby tournament. Some of them had never even played Tag Rugby before but managed to win 2 of their 4 games!

The adults said they showed a fantastic positive attitude and, as you can tell by their faces, everybody had a great day.

Well done everyone!


 South, South East in Bloom


As the winner of the South, South East in Bloom competition, Francesca was invited to an awards ceremony to collect her plaque and certificate- she looks so proud! Well done again, Francesca!


Office Opening


Following a restructure in the office, with effect from the 30 October 2017, the school office hours will be as follows:

Monday to Friday

8.00am to 4.00pm

The reception entrance will still be open to visitors before and after these times but no office staff will be available.

Please note that the information box in the reception area is available to parents/carers to drop off information.


Uniform Prices



(as of 01/07/2017)

Sweatshirt: £ 9.00

Fleece: £12.00

Book Bag: £7.00

PE Bag: £5.00

Tie: £5.00

Badge: £5.00

Planner: £2.50


Parent Survey


The results of our Parent Survey are published below. Thank you very much to all the parents and carers for taking the time to fill it out- we really appreciate it!


Parent View


Thank you to all of the parents who have filled in our open afternoon survey - the outcome will follow this week. Please click the link below which takes you to Parentview - an anonymous survey with only 6 quick questions to answer.

We are currently awaiting our next OFSTED inspection and will use this site to gather parent's views about the school. We would appreciate anyone who can spare 5 minutes to complete these quick questions. Thank you



October Courses


October courses provided by Families on our Doorstep:

Your place on the course must be booked in advance by contacting the Families on our Doorstep Team. For further information on any of our courses or to book a place contact:
• Call the Families on our Doorstep Team on 01795 434290
• Ring or text ‘FAMILIES’ to 07595 085629 or 07967 364458...
• Email: Emma Cummings at [email protected] or Victoria France at [email protected]
• Find ‘Families on our Doorstep’ on Facebook


Parent Council


This year we are very keen to continue with and build on the successes of the Parent Council that was newly formed last year to collect and represent the views of parents and carers on a range of school issues.

Our first meeting of this academic year will be held next Friday 6th October at 2.30pm. All existing representatives are invited to attend.

If you would like to join the Parent Council and represent your child’s class as a new member of the group, please contact Miss Beevis via the school office.

I look forward to working with you to continue to provide the best possible learning experiences for our pupils.

Miss Beevis


Sittingbourne in Bloom


You may remember that this young lady won the Sittingbourne in Bloom competition and had her design planted up just outside Aldi.

Well, her design was then entered into a further competition: 'South, Southeast in Bloom'. The awards took place yesterday and our budding designer only went and got the gold!!

She was the overall winner in the category for the best single floral display- a huge well done!!!!



Jeans for Genes


By wearing our Jeans for Genes, Regis Manor has managed to raise £302!! Well done everybody!!!