It is the school belief that pupils with disabilities and impairments should be able to study and prosper in suitable learning environment without any barriers while being supported adequately by staff and the school management.
For a copy of the Accessibility Policy click here
At Manley Park, we follow the Manchester Local Education Authority guidelines and policies for admissions.
Please find here a link to the Manchester LEA Admissions Policy
It is important to note that the Local Authority measure the distance to school from College Road, M16 0AA.
After School Club
At Manley Park we have an after school club at our Infant and Junior locations.
For a copy of our After School Club Policy click here
Allegations of Abuse Against Staff
At Manley Park we endeavour to ensure that everyone is protected.
For a copy of our Allegations of Abuse Against Staff policy click here
At Manley Park we use appraisal as a developmental process to help inform our staff how to continue professional improvement and development.
At Manley Park our aim is to develop the artistic potential in all our pupils to the full.
For a copy of our Art Policy click here
At Manley Park we aim to support the children in their learning and guiding them towards making progress towards the national curriculum.
For a copy of our Assessment Policy click here
At Manley Park we aim to support any child that has asthma.
For a copy of our Asthma Policy click here
At Manley Park we believe that regular school attendance is the key to enabling children to maximise the educational opportunities available to them.
For a copy of our Attendance Policy click here
Breakfast Club Policy
At Manley Park we aim to provide a welcoming, safe and secure environment for pupils before the beginning of the school day at Breakfast Club.
For a copy of our Breakfast Club Policy click here
At Manley Park, we endeavour to engender positive behaviour in our students.
For a copy of our Behaviour Policy click here
At Manley Park we aim to be fair, open and honest when dealing with any complaint.
For a copy of our Complaints Policy click here
To support Manley Park Primary School in maintaining the thriving and successful school that it is, we must communicate effectively with each other, with our pupils, with their parents and with other members of the wider school community.
For a copy of our Communication Policy click here
Charging and Remissions Policy
For a copy of the Charging and Remissions Policy click here
The school provides the majority of items free of charge to pupils families. We do, however, have to charge for some items. Our Charging Policy explains which items are determined by the school to be chargeable.
For a copy of our Charging Policy click here
Data Protection - GDPR (Global Data Protection Regulations)
At Manley Park we follow the Global Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
For a copy of our Data Protection and Freedom of Information Policy click here
Manchester Fayre Diet Policy
Manchester Fayre who provide the school catering have supplied the school with a diet policy.
For a copy of the Manchester Fayre Diet Policy click here
Please note that the menus vary week by week and it is the chef's discretion what is served.
For a copy of the current menu being used at the infant school click here
For a copy of the current menu being used at the junior school click here
Disciplinary and Dismissal Policy
This procedure is designed to help and encourage employees to achieve and maintain acceptable standards of conduct. It aims to ensure fairness, equity and consistency in the day to day management of employee conduct, the investigation of alleged misconduct and in applying formal sanctions up to and including dismissal.
For a copy of our Disciplinary and Dismissal Policy click here
Here at Manley Park we wish to maintain a high quality for our displays.
For a copy of our Display Policy click here
Design Technology Policy
At Manley Park, we feel it is vital to nurture creativity and innovation through design, and by exploring the designed and made world.
For a copy of our Design Technology Policy click here
At Manley Park we aim to ensure that the children have safe, risk free access to the internet.
For a copy of our E-Safety Policy click here
This policy and guidance document details the school’s approach and commitment to equality and provides information on how Manley Park is complying with its general and specific equality duties. As part of our
commitment to equality, this policy also provides guidance on the types of behaviour which are unlawful under the Act and on the protected characteristics referred to in the Act.
For a copy of the Equality Policy click here
For a copy of the School's Equality Objective Action Plan click here
At Manley Park we believe that Every child deserves the best possible start in life and the support that enables them to fulfil their potential.
The order that the documents need to be read are:
1) EYFS Policy Cover Page; 2) Purpose and Aims; 3) A Unique Child; 4) Positive Relationships; 5) Enabling Environments; 6) Learning and Development.
For a copy of our EYFS Policy click here
Flexible Working Requests Policy and Procedure
At Manley Park, we are committed to promoting flexible working in the context of achieving the aim of providing a high quality teaching and learning environment for pupils and also developing working practices and policies that support work-life balance for employees.
For a copy of the Flexible Working Requests Policy and Procedure click here
At Manley Park we aim to provide a place where pupils feel supported through their development of physical, social and cultural understanding of geography.
For a copy of our Geography Policy click here
Grievance, Bullying & Harassment Policy & Procedure
We understand that there may be times that parents or members of the local community may feel they need to communicate a grievance to the school.
For a copy of our Grievance, Bullying & Harassment Policy & Procedure
Healthy Food Policy
At Manley Park Primary School, we aim to develop a coherent approach to healthy food and drink in our school, via the creative curriculum and the general ethos we deliver. (e.g.) promoting regular benefits of accessibility to clean drinking water and consumption of healthy snacks.
For a copy of our Healthy Food Policy click here
Manley Park School Lunch Menus
The menus attached show what will be on offer to the children during the Winter and early Spring period. PLEASE NOTE: The menu won't always be followed exactly, some days will be mixed up for some variety for the children.
Manley Park's aim is to provide a high-quality History education which will help pupils gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain’s past and that of the wider world.
For a copy of our History Policy click here
At Manley Park we are keen to be at the forefront of high-quality educational practices. As a research school, we are committed to keeping up to date with effective learning and teaching approaches and key areas that support our children’s education. We are making changes to our homework policy in response to research. Overall, homework tasks given in primary schools do not appear to lead to large increases in learning outcomes. Therefore we will no longer be giving out weekly homework activities. The children will still be given their year group spellings to practise, reading books to enjoy and may also be given maths challenges and projects linked to their theme work that they can carry out enthusiastically with their families.
Manchester Anti Fraud and Corruption Policy
Manchester City Council (and therefore Manley Park Primary School), has a zero tolerance approach to fraud and illegal activity. This Anti Fraud and Corruption policy describes our overall approach to combating fraudulent activity against the Council and sits above related anti fraud policies and procedures which form part of the Council’s approach to managing the risk of fraud
We want children at Manley Park to have timely and effective feed back on their learning. Consequently, we have developed agreements and policies designed to help children to get the most from their learning.
Please find here a copy of our Marking Agreement
Please find here a copy of our Next Steps Poster - which is displayed in classrooms
Modern Foreign Languages Policy
At Manley Park our aim is to help children speak with increasing confidence, fluency and spontaneity, finding ways of communicating what they want to say, including through discussion and asking questions, and continually improving the accuracy of their pronunciation and intonation.
For a copy of our Modern Foreign Language Policy click here
At Manley Park our aim is to develop children’s sensitivity and understanding of music, through an active involvement in performing, composing, listening and appraising.
For a copy of our Music Policy click here
Nursery Admissions Policy
Manley Park aims to provide a nursery experience for children that is affordable, high quality and geared towards a smooth transition into primary school. The Governing Body is the Admission Authority and is responsible for setting the school Admission Policy. The policy is written to ensure fairness and equality for all those intending to begin their education at Manley Park Primary School.
For a copy of our Nursery Admissions Policy click here
Parent Governor Election Policy
When the elections take place any parent or carer of a registered pupil at the school at the time of election is eligible to stand as a parent governor. They are elected to the governing body by the parents or carers of pupils at the school. Parent governors do not have to stand down if their child leaves the school but may do so if they wish. The Governing Body may remove parent governors from office, in exceptional circumstances; these circumstances are outlined in the Code of Conduct for Governors.
For a copy of our Parent Governor Election Policy click here
This policy document (as adapted to the individual circumstances of the institution) applies to Manley Park Primary School within the Chorlton and Surrounding Primary Cluster Group.
For a copy of our Pay Policy click here
Philosophy For Children Policy
At Manley Park Primary School we aim to create a curriculum and climate founded on enquiry.
For a copy of our Philosophy For Children Policy click here
Physical Education Policy
At Manley Park, we provide a high quality Physical Education curriculum, to inspire all pupils to excel to the best of their ability. To provide as many opportunities as possible to support the development of children’s physical literacy and instil a life long love of learning in and through the physical.
For a copy of our Physical Education Policy click here
Positive Handling Policy
This policy should be read in conjunction with other school policies relating to interaction between adults and pupils specifically the school’s Behaviour Policy. The policy will be reviewed annually by the Headteacher and Governing Body.
For a copy of our Positive Handling Policy click here
Religious Education Policy
At Manley Park we aim to promote the spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils and of society; and prepares pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.
For a copy of our Religious Education Policy click here
Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy
At Manley Park we work together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.
For a copy of our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy click here
For a copy of our Safeguarding Information Sharing On Transition Policy click here
For a copy of the Parent Pamphlet on Prevent Strategy click here
At Manley Park Primary School we aim to deliver a high quality Science education which provides children with the foundations for understanding the world through the specific disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics.
For a copy of our Science Policy click here
Children with Special Educational Needs are eligible for extra support in schools in the UK. As a part of this, both the local authority and the school itself provide opportunities for children to succeed and flourish in learning.
For a copy of our SEND Policy click here
For a coy of our SEND Information report click here
Spoken Language Policy
At Manley Park Primary School we aim to deliver high-quality Spoken Language experiences and opportunities which provide children with the foundations for learning across the curriculum
For a copy of our Spoken Language Policy click here
Staff Attendance Management Policy
At Manley Park we have an attendance policy designed to give clear guidance on what is expected of the staff regarding their attendance at the school.
For a copy of our Staff Attendance Management Policy click here
Staff Dress Code
At Manley Park Primary School we aim to foster a feeling of professionalism and pride within our school.
For a copy of our Staff Dress Code Policy click here
Supporting Children with Medical Conditions Policy
At Manley Park we want all children to have successful and fulfilling lives. By implementing this guidance you will be helping to achieve our shared vision that all children and young people should be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, and be able to make a positive contribution.
For a copy of our Supporting Children with Medical Conditions Policy click here
Whistle Blowing Policy
At Manley Park we have a whistle-blowing policy for any concerns that staff at the school may have.
For a copy of the Whistle-Blowing Policy click here
Here at Manley Park we have come up with a reading agreement for our children. This is so our children know what is expected of them in terms of their skill levels in reading.
Here is our school Reading Agreement
At Manley Park we have come up with a writing agreement that we use a guideline for both our staff and our pupils. This is used so we can help guide them on the path to having improved writing skills.
Here is our school Writing Agreement