Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyTom, Wendy & Joel helping at York Food Festival. We already have 2 offers from chefs who would like to come into school to demo techniques. https://t.co/t1IPo3Bk0A3 hours ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyEllie & Beth helping at York Food Festival today. Many thanks to Michael Hjort & the stall holders for giving us some valuable work exp. https://t.co/wQXecwpFBZ3 hours ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @DaveLoweMusic: @manorceacademy ‘UltimateJ’ band @YorkFoodFest Parliament St main tent TOMORROW from 5pm #exciting #dontmissit #amazing21 hours ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyThank you so much for every contribution to the Foodbank this morning; so many generous people. It is much appreciated. https://t.co/tJc1lEmiqO3 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @MCEA_PE: @manorceacademy y8 rugby🏉lads 🌬🕸 in their first game of the season 5-20 vs St Olave's https://t.co/vPYTZlyLpN4 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyFoodbank collection this Friday (22nd). All longer life / dry goods welcomed. Or cleaning products. Thank you.5 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyHere's Beth with an absolutely stunning piece of artwork from her Y11 portfolio linked to natural form. The line,form and colour is amazing https://t.co/TnNQ0z331G5 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @ProCoachingAcad: Manor Futsal Club Award First Ever Foundation Places - https://t.co/NO2zZQNMW4 https://t.co/peD99LqMUG5 days ago
Manor CE Academy @manorceacademyRT @DaveLoweMusic: Great times this morning as we launch Song For Christmas 2017 @manorceacademy music @HopeLT_York 5.12.17 @York_Minster #…6 days ago
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Taking Hope to Romania

Taking Hope to Romania

A team of intrepid youngsters from Manor CE Academy have recently returned from a life-changing trip to Romania, where they volunteered with charity Cry in the Dark.
 
The Young Leaders spent quality time with adults and children with disabilities and learning difficulties, and got stuck in to a bridge-building project to help a local family with a severely disabled daughter. 
 
The students were effusive about their experience, stating it had been the best trip of their lives and that they had learnt so much. 
 
Year 10 student Abbie said “The trip to Romania has been amazing, something I will never forget. I was shocked to see the poor conditions in which some people live, some of them just metres away from very expensive, lavish buildings. The contrast between rich and poor was stark.
 
“We got involved with building a bridge for a family whose daughter had cerebral palsy and was confined to a wheelchair. When the weather was bad, it was impossible to get her wheelchair through the mud, so she was stuck sometimes for days, in a tiny house. The bridge will give her and her family the freedom to get out and about more. It seems such a simple thing, but it will make a world of difference to them. It was very humbling to be involved in such a project. The whole thing really has been life-changing.” 
 
This trip to Romania is just one example of how the young people in the Hope Learning Trust can thrive as caring and engaged citizens.
 
To find out more about Cry in the Dark, please visit www.cryinthedark.org 
Manor CE Academy students in Romania as part of the Cry in the dark project 2017