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Manor Junior School
Sandringham Road, IG11 9AG, UK Barking
+44 (0)208 270 4641

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School Profile
The school was built during the mid 1930`s and opened on the 17th February 1936 to serve families moving onto the new Leftley Estate. It is situated to the west of the Borough on the corner of Stratton Drive and Sandringham Road . The area is well served by public transport and is close to several local amenities. Mayesbrook Park and `Faircross` shopping centre are within walking distance. Manor Infants’ School and Barking Abbey Comprehensive School share the same site.
The Building

The school is based on an open quadrangle with 12 classrooms around the edges. A further 4 classrooms are on the second floor above the main entrance and office accommodation.
There is a large modern ICT Suite consisting of 20 networked computers all linked to a high speed Internet connection. There is an additional mini ICT suite with 8 networked computers within the Year 6 accommodation.
Each classroom is networked and has excellent interactive teaching technologies which includes; a ceiling mounted projector, visualiser (digital presenter), VCR and stereo sound system, all based around a central desk allowing teachers to use ICT to greatly enhance the delivery of the whole curriculum.


The Governing Body has formulated the overall objectives, which have been agreed with staff and form a shared vision of what the school is trying to achieve:

  • All those involved at school should feel happy, secure, valued and comfortable.
  • School should be an enjoyable, exciting and rewarding place to be.
  • People are individuals and as such each should be allowed/able to achieve
    their full potential, improving on their own standards.
  • Relationships should reflect and encourage, respect, trust and self-esteem.
    An air of success and dignity will encourage friendship.
  • Supportive teams will engender high morale throughout the school.
  • The importance of good role models will not be taken for granted within any group.


These pages contain the curriculum maps for each year group.
This helps explain what children are learning at Manor Junior School so that parents may wish to put in some extra work at home with their children.

Each block is linked to a set of brief sentences which explains the learniing for each subject area. These explain what we want the children to understand or be able to do during the course of the six weeks. By the end of that time we would hope that most children will know most of the things outlined.

It is important to realise that we have to teach children from the position of what they know already. Consequently some teachers may have to adapt or modify their plans on the basis of what the children’s needs are. So it is possible that some of the concepts outlined may not be taught at this particular time or that some classes may place a different emphasis upon them. These notes cannot, therefore, be used to form judgements upon a teacher's performance or effectiveness.

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6


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