Year 11 Stand Down

On Friday 26th May, the Year 11 pupils were 'stood down' from school after sitting their GCSE English Exam.

Pupils had an assembly after their exam, before being surprised with the fact they were being stood down.

The Year 11's were given leavers t-shirts which they then got signed by fellow pupils and staff members. It was a great chance to get photos of pupils in their t-shirts as good luck messages were being passed around.

There was a lovely, yet emotional, atmosphere on the day as pupils said goodbye to staff.

Although pupils will still be coming in for their GCSE's, that was the last time they will all be together before their prom in June.

Food Department Donations

The Carr Manor Community School Food Department are really interested in any donations of kitchen equipment e.g. hand blenders, pasta makers and anything else that you may be able to donate.

With the new GCSE Food Preparation & nutrition upcoming, any of the above items would really be appreciated by the pupils.

If you have any of the above items or any other items that you think could be of use, please contact us on 0113 3368400.

Thank you

Leeds Rhinos Coaching

Yorkshire Carnegie coached our Year 7 and 8 girls at their training facility, Headingley Carnegie Stadium, on Friday 5th May. The girls then had the opportunity to play on the match during half time of the Yorkshire Carnegie and Ealing Trailfinders match.

It was brilliant to see the girls showing off their skills on the pitch, and the pupils were a credit to Carr Manor Community School.

Carr Manor Dash 2017

A massive congratulations to Robinson House who were the overall Carr Manor Dash winners of 2017!

Bremner House, who weren't able to hold onto their title from last year, came 2nd, whilst Tomlinson came 3rd and Trueman took 4th place.

To compete in the Dash, pupils took part in time trials in their PE lessons and the fastest pupils qualified to race around school.

There were four races in total, KS3 girls and boys races and KS4 girls and KS4 boys races.

The best times from each race were then totaled up and the overall winner, in this case Robinson House, was decided.

Those who weren't running created banners in Coaching+ lessons to cheer on and encourage their House representatives. It was lovely to see how much effort had been put into the banners and how much support pupils had for those running.

A big well done to all those involved and it was a brilliant afternoon of sportsmanship!