Preston Manor School
Brent, United Kingdom
About Preston Manor School
Preston Manor School is a mixed, non-denominational, all-through state school with academy status, based in Wembley, north-west London, for children aged 4-18. It is a member of the family of Co-operative Trust Schools. It is a large school with approximately 1,900 pupils. Situated within a multicultural community, the school offers additional support for pupils who speak English as an additional language. Diversity and tolerance is a key message in its ethos.
Celebrating its 75th year in 2013, Preston Manor School enjoys rich alumni involvement and has an active Old Manorians alumni association. The school has achieved a “good” rating from Ofsted.
Head of Lower school: Kevin Atkinson
Values and vision
Preston Manor School’s motto is “Making school memorable by striving for excellence”. It believes in offering the same opportunities to all, promoting a feeling of belonging while celebrating the diversity of a multicultural community. As a Co-operative Trust School, it is run in accordance with the values of the co-operative movement: self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity.
“Pupils are highly tolerant of each other. They understand and appreciate differences between people, including those from different faiths and cultures. The academy provides a room for spiritual and religious reflection at lunch. It is well used by pupils and staff.”