As the Principal of Manor CE Academy I am delighted to introduce our school to you. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website.
Manor has a proud history, having served the young people of York since 1812. We are a Church of England academy and our Christian values guide, influence and underpin all that we do. We proudly strive to provide a 21st century education for our young people, founded on Christian belief, and carry on the work that the National Society began in the early 19th century.
We are an outstanding academy with a reputation for academic excellence.
In 2017, in the Basics standard measure, 83% of pupils achieved grade 9-4 in English and maths which is roughly the equivalent to the old A*-C. For Basics strong 66% of pupils achieved grade 9-5 in English and maths which is expected to be well above (27% above) the expected national average of 39%. For EBacc strong 47% of pupils achieved grade 9-5 EM plus three other EBacc subjects at C+ grades, and our Progress 8 score was +0.45, showing that significant value was added to our students’ attainment throughout their time with us.
Recently we have taken on the role of a National Support School and we are at the heart of the Ebor Teaching Schools Alliance, training the next generation of teachers. We are also a founder member of the Hope Learning Trust, a family of schools working together for transforming education in this area.
We are blessed to have state-of-the-art facilities and supportive families, however our most outstanding features are the 1,000-plus amazing young people and the 140 highly gifted teaching and support staff. Our aim is that all students and staff “serve others, grow together and live life to the full”.
We want to change the world by developing compassionate, serving leaders that work to make their communities and our society a better place.
I do hope you enjoy looking at our website and that we might have the opportunity of welcoming you in person at some point in the future.
Principal | Simon Barber
Great to attend the ASDAN coffee morning today in The Hub. They were completing one of their challenges to work on their teamwork and communication skills. They did a great job! #WellDone #Communication #Hospitality pic.twitter.com/2beMPLc7Rz
Here’s Shea (on her birthday), Emily, Ellie and Anna. They organised high tea yesterday at Armana House for the residents to celebrate the Queen’s birthday with Mr Rab as part of their leadership award. The Lord Mayor attended too. #welldone #BeTheChange @ABYyouthtrust pic.twitter.com/7gt4UQ0Dat