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Headteacher's Welcome

Headteacher's Welcome


Dear Parents, Carers and Families,

Thank you for visiting Manor Lodge Community Primary School's website. We hope you can find all the information you need about our school.
At Manor Lodge, we aim to ensure that every child has the best possible education so that they have the skills, knowledge, qualities and values that they will need to reach their full potential in life. Our curriculum is built around developing the children's learning behaviours with our Manor Lodge 10 (please see our curriculum pages). We also aim for all children at Manor Lodge to enquire about the world, celebrate diversity and be aspirational.

Our links with the local community are strong and we take pride in collaborating with a range of community services such as: Dovercourt Surgery, the Manor and Castle Development Trust; the Whitehouse Clinic and our family of schools – the Sheffield South East Learning Partnership (SSELP).

Manor Lodge is also part of the South East Sheffield Trust (SSET). A hugely collaborative set of schools with the common goal of raising the life chances and experiences of all our pupils. We are hugely proud to work as part of a team of schools to ensure that all children are given every opportunity to enjoy learning, to thrive in a happy, stimulating, vibrant community school. This was verified by our Ofsted Report.
Our website aims to provide parents, carers and families at Manor Lodge a portal to their child’s school, but we also use an app called Class Dojo which provides regular and up-to-date information from our classes; office team and Senior Leadership. Class dojo provides snapshots of children's exciting learning experiences and celebrations into their learning. Once enrolled, each parent; grandparent or significant adult can join this group.  We would welcome any positive feedback or suggestions and ideas to develop our website further. Please email for any further information or suggestions.

Best Wishes,

Mr B Cuff and the Manor Lodge Team

The historic turret house from which the school derives its badge.