Reception Acceptance Place

Thank you and welcome to all families who have chosen Carr Manor Community School as the preference school for pupils starting Reception in September 2020.

You should have received an email containing your offer from the local authority on Thursday 16th April 2020. You should then have accepted your offer by clicking on the link here.

With regards to appeals, the Department for Education have agreed that appeals are now able to take place virtually with continued social distancing restrictions. Appeal dates will be sent out in due course.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Primary Phase on 0113 3368401.

Primary Phase Summer Fete

Our summer fete was held on Friday 7th July in the Primary Phase. It was a fabulous seaside themed afternoon and a wonderful community event for families and friends, current and new.

There were some fabulous food stalls, a bouncy castle, paddling pools, sand pits, face painting stalls and even some sponsored donkeys! It was lovely to see so many of our incoming reception families attend and there was a real community feel to the event.

Primary Aspirations Day

The Primary Phase had a Career Aspirations Day where they interviewed adults and learnt about the different types of careers they can go into when they’re older.

They had the opportunity to speak to an author, bank manager, boxer and even some PE teachers from the Secondary Phase. Pupils asked them about what career paths they took to get to the jobs they’re in today.

There were even special visits from two vets, PC Karen Kear and the local fire engine! Pupils loved spraying the hose pipe and sitting in the front seat of the fire engine!

Well done to all pupils involved for their mature questions and inquisitive nature!

School Of Engineering

Year 9 pupils from the School of Engineering ran a session with some Year 4 pupils, to show the children how to create geodesic domes out of cocktail sticks and sweets.

The older pupils were excellent role models and the younger pupils found the session really insightful.

primary workshop