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Manor Farm Community Junior School
Rose Avenue, Hazlemere, HP15 7PH, UK High Wycombe
+44 (0)1494 814622


Welcome to the Manor Farm Community Junior School Website!

Our mission is to provide the highest possible standard of all round education for each and every child, within a caring environment, in partnership with parents and the wider community.

We hope you enjoy your visit!

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Welcome to Manor Farm Community Junior School!

“This is a successful school, with many very good features providing a good quality of education. The school’s aims are central to its life and work: to provide the highest standard of all round education for each and every child. Standards by Year 6 are above average and well above in science. Pupils learn and achieve better than usual because teachers challenge them to think… Pupils’ very good behaviour and interest in their work are reflected in the very good level of attendance and punctuality… Attention to individual learning needs encourages pupils to learn within a strong culture of care and support. The partnership with parents and the community is excellent…Pupils have a high sense of loyalty and pride in their school, which is well justified.” (Ofsted, 2004)

We are all proud of Manor Farm Junior School. The school is a friendly community where courtesy and self-discipline are nurtured and where each child is given the opportunity to make the most of individual talents. The development of character as well as intellect is a vital part of the Manor Farm philosophy and a very wide range of extra-curricular activities supports high academic standards in the classroom. Children are encouraged to live as responsible and caring individuals and also to respect the lives and opinions of others.

The school community of children, staff, parents, governors and the local community work closely together with the aim of providing the highest possible standard of all round education for all our children.

Thank you for visiting our school website. We hope that you will find it a good source of information about the school. Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Kirk or Miss Dulon if you would like further information about the school.

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Manor Farm Community Junior School is a purpose built Junior School which opened in September 1974. We share a site with our partner Infant school, a pre-school and a day nursery. We have four pairs of classrooms arranged around a landscaped courtyard.

Our Assembly Hall / Gymnasium is used for a wide range of activities and is used by many community organisations for evening and weekend use. Other facilities include a centralised fiction and reference library with an electronic record keeping system and an entrance hall conference area. Our exceptionally well-equipped computer suite has full broadband internet access and has 16 modern PCs running Microsoft Office and a range of educational software. The computers are linked through a wired network to a central server and by a wireless network to classroom PCs and teachers’ laptops. The school has a large playground, an environmental studies area and a field for games that it shares with the neighbouring Infant School.

This is an exciting time for Manor Farm. We have a strong, friendly and dedicated staff team and enthusiastic, confident children. This term we have a new Headteacher and Deputy Head who are eager to continue to increase standards. We are over-subscribed in every year group (please contact the school if you wish to be placed on our waiting list). We have been accredited with Investors in People which reflects our commitment to our staff team. We have been awarded a Charter Mark, awarded for excellence. Charter Mark is awarded to public services who put customers (in our case our children and parents) first and who promote choice, flexibility and innovation. Most recently, we have been awarded Artsmark Gold, a demonstration of our commitment to providing a high quality, all round education for our children.

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Welcome to Year 3!

Welcome to Manor Farm Community Junior School! We hope that you have a brilliant time at the school.

Your teachers for this year are Mrs Richards, Miss Hobbs, Mrs Grayston and Mrs Blandford.

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Autumn Term 2007

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Welcome to Year 4!

Welcome back to the new school year. Miss Wolfe and Miss Redman are looking forward to getting to know you all better during your second year in the Junior school. Mre Bravington will be working in Year 4 with us too.

In English we will read together the first of our class novels, The Iron Man. It is a great story! We will start with place value and number skills in Maths.

We shall begin the year in Science by learning about how we move. We shalll study the skeleton and how our muscles work. Do you have an X-ray of a broken bone that you could bring in? In History we shall begin by looking at the Tudor family tree. We shall see how Henry VII fought for his crown and decide whether Henry VIII was a good and fair King.

Can you bring in a purse or a wallet to school? Make sure it is empty! We shall look at design of money containers before we sew one of our own. Any parents who are skilled with a needle and thread? We need your help! Even threading and knotting skills would be useful!

Also see if you can collect any furniture catalogues. We need pictures of chairs for our D&T project later in the year. The IKEA catalogue is good.

We hope this information is useful.

Miss Wolfe & Miss Redman

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Welcome to Year 5!

Welcome back to Manor Farm Community Junior School. We are sure that you will have an amazing year.

Your teachers for this year are Mrs Pilgrim, Mrs Bray and Miss Dulon who will be teaching 5A on Wednesdays. We will be assisted by Mrs King, Mrs Miles and Mrs Dudley.

We will be going swimming this term on Tuesdays at Millbrook School. Any parental help will be greatly appreciated, especially Dads.

This Year as part of our History work we are visiting The O2 Arena to see The Tutankhamun exhibition on Monday 16th June. It is billed as the 'must see' exhibition of the year and we are very lucky to have been able to secure places!.

In English this term we will be studying Myths and Legends.  

We are looking forward to our Arts Week on 5th November. Any offers of help during this week would be much appreciated. (You do not need to be a great artist to be part of this exciting week but if you do have some hidden talents we would love to use them!)

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Welcome to Year 6!

Welcome back! We hope you had a great summer and have come back with a positive attitude for the year ahead.  It will be a very busy year, but there will be lots of fun along the way!

This term we will be visiting Cogges Farm on 19th September.  This is a great day out at a Victorian manor house and working farm and you will have great fun getting dressed up as Victorians!

We look forward to seeing you and getting stuck in to the year.

Mr. Harbour & Mrs. Pinner

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