Additional School Tour Dates15/11/18
If your child is due to start school in September 2019 and have not yet had a chance to tour Regis Manor we are pleased to announce that we will be holding two additional school tours at the beginning of December.
The first will be at 9am on Monday 3rd December and the second at 5pm on Wednesday 5th December.
If you would like to book onto either tour please contact the school office.
Regis Manor Annual Fireworks29/10/18
Macmillan Coffee Morning25/09/18
Westlands Secondary School Open Dates04/09/18
Westlands Secondary School have a number of open mornings and afternoons coming up.
Open Evening - Thursday 4th October (6-8pm)
Open Mornings - 8th to 12th October.
Please contact their school office on 01795 477475 to book a morning tour.
Collection Arrangements 2018-1928/08/18
Please use the link below to inform us of your child’s collection arrangements for this academic year. All data is stored securely and you will need to complete one form for each of your children. Please complete the form by Monday 3rd September.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you all again tomorrow for the start of the new academic year.
Due to some overrunning building works in the car park there will be a redirected route between the playground and Middletune Avenue gate. This should only be for the morning drop-off. All entrances to the school will be in operation tomorrow.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
It's coming to that time of year again where we have to say goodbye to our Year 6s. They had such a lovely time at their end-of-school party and we have shared lots of photos on our Facebook page.
Good luck to everybody in Year 6 - we hope you'll come back and visit us soon!
End of Year Awards23/07/18
Every year we give out awards to celebrate achievements in and out of school. Every child at Regis Manor is amazing for one reason or another but here are some extra special students who we thought deserved some recognition.
Well done everybody!
This term, Regis Manor has been working on their contribution to a very important art project to commemerate the fallen soldiers of WWI. Every child has made a poppy and all of these will be displayed at Murston Old Church. Everybody has a slightly different take on the art project but we think they all look wonderful. Well done everybody!
End of Year Results15/07/18
Our end of year results are now available on the website. We are very proud to say that the KS2 results are the best the school has ever had!
Interview with the builders!15/07/18
As you are most likely aware, we are having a new building to add to our growing school and the School Council wanted to find out a little bit more about its progress and some behind-the-scenes info so they interviewed Mr Pearce, one of the builders in charge of the site.
School Council (SC): What are you making?
Mr Pearce (P): We're making a new building for you
SC: Why are you making a new building?
P: So you have more space and more people can come to the school
SC: What will be the effects of having more people in the school?
P: I think it will mean you will have more friends.
SC: How long will it take to finish?
P: About 2-3 months
SC: How many builders are working on the site?
P: About 30-35 but they don't all work at the same time as we have different jobs.
SC: Is it difficult being a builder?
P: It's hard work, especially in this heat. It's very tiring.
SC: How much material does it take to make a building?
P: We've used about 8 tons! The building is mostly made of steel which is obviously very heavy.
Some interesting questions from our School Council there and as you can see, lots of progress has been made in a short space of time. We even have stairs now!
We're excited to see how it progresses over the summer and even more excited to see it finished!
Thanks, School Council, for your interesting interview!