Manor CE Academy is committed to the provision of high-quality education for all students but recognises the need to make additional provision for students who are able, gifted and talented. All students have the right to equality of opportunity; to experience teaching which allows them to move forward in their learning and to be provided with opportunities and appropriate support to meet their individual needs.
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A gifted student is one who has the potential to excel automatically in one or more subjects such as English, Drama, Technology or Mathematics. A talented student is one who has the ability to excel in practical skills such as Sport, Leadership or Artistic Performance (Government Definition – April 2008). An able student is identified using a variety of methods such as National tests, Cognitive Ability Tests in Year 7, teacher assessment and nomination. This is a continuous whole school process.
Manor’s provision for Gifted and Talented students
York Independent State School Partnership (ISSP) is an equal partnership of 11 secondary schools in York of which Manor CE Academy is a member.
As well as providing for our most able students through differentiation in lessons, Manor is very proud of its association with the York ISSP and the significant additional opportunities this partnership offers our most able students.
RT @jules_supersing Very excited to be joining the @manorceacademy Music department as the new Singing Teacher! If any students are interested in finding out more about starting vocal lessons together - please get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to us making merry music together! 🎶🌟