Sunbury Manor School
Surrey, United Kingdom
About Sunbury Manor School
Sunbury Manor School, based on the former site of Sunbury County Grammar School, is a secondary academy school in Sunbury-on-Thames, Middlesex. It caters for both boys and girls aged 11-16.
Sunbury Manor School is part of the Eco-Schools project, a programme designed to help reduce the impact of the school on the environment and encourage students to take responsibility for the future of the environment. It has gained the Eco-Schools Bronze Award.
Values and vision
Sunbury Manor School places high value on every student in the belief that each offers something unique to the school. High emphasis is placed on creating a warm, good-humoured and nurturing teaching and learning environment, which challenges pupils to develop their abilities to the full, regardless of their starting points, talents and interests.
The staff of Sunbury Manor School are committed to understanding their students’ needs and do their utmost to remove any barrier to success. Progress and achievement, both academic and extra-curricular, are recognised and celebrated at every stage. The school also aims to provide opportunities and an environment in which pupils can explore and develop their own values and beliefs as well as foster high standards of personal behaviour.
Above all, the school strives to support its students so that they develop into confident, thoughtful, compassionate young people who can contribute fully to society.
“Students’ behaviour is good and they feel safe. They are well motivated and keen learners. Attendance is above average. Students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is broadened through effective extra-curricular opportunities.”