Manor Leas Academy

Manor Leas Junior Academy

Where excellence and enjoyment go hand in hand

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Macmillan Coffee Morning

On Friday 26th September, we held our annual Macmillan Coffee Morning and Open Morning. Parents enjoyed a cuppa and cake in the school hall and then had an opportunity to see pupils working in their classrooms. Thank you to everyone who joined us and helped us to raise an amazing £370! Find out more on our Macmillan Coffee Morning page.

Andy Cope

Andy Cope, author of the fantastic Spy Dog books, visited school on 23 September to work with Year 3, open the library and speak to the phoenix magazine team! Find out more.

See our News and Events page for more stories.

Welcome to Manor Leas Junior Academy

Manor Leas Junior Academy is an exciting place to learn and grow as an individual.  Our school is set within beautiful and large grounds where children have the opportunities to experience stimulating activities.

The academic success of our children is high and we are proud of all of our children’s achievements.  Our children excel in all areas of sport.  We have been, in the last few years, Lincoln area and County Champions in football, cricket and athletics.

Our children take part in drama performances which have included: Peter Pan, Annie, The Wizard of Oz, Macbeth and Grease.

Throughout the school many pupils learn a musical instrument and our children’s singing needs to heard to be believed.

If you would like to visit our wonderful school then I would be delighted to show you around.

Mr J Greenwood

Headteacher

Free School Meals

 If you receive certain benefits and have an income of less than £16,190 you may be able to claim Free School Meals for your child.

Ask for a form from the Office - more information on the Lincolnshire County Council website

 

Parent Support

If you require any support, regarding parenting issues, please contact our Parent Support Advisor, Louise Henry on: 07880291476.

Please remember Louise is always here to help and if she cannot directly assist you, she will find someone who can.

Social Networks

Many children are interested in using social media and we have a list of Facebook alternatives that are aimed at pre-teens

We have links to more general advice on staying safe on line on our eSafety page.

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