Manston St James Primary Academy

Leeds, United Kingdom


Location: Leeds, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Primary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 4 - 11 years

About Manston St James Primary Academy

Manston St James Primary Academy is characterised by the dedication of our staff, the support of our governing body and the active involvement of students and parents. We are blessed with talented and experienced staff who place the utmost importance in the welfare and education of every child in our care.

As a Church of England Academy we ensure that Christian teaching is part of the curriculum; we have very strong links with our local church, St James the Great, Manston. We aim to ensure that our ethos reflects Christian values and our governing body is dedicated to reflecting this in all policies and procedures. Although we have a strong Christian character we welcome individuals of all faiths and of none; our school reflects the local area we serve.

Manston St James staff are highly motivated and creative and thoroughly enjoy working at our academy. We provide a supportive and caring atmosphere and are dedicated to enabling all staff to deliver high quality learning experiences for our students.
 

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Location


Address: Sandbed Lane, Cross Gates, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 8JH, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 113 2739180
What people say about us

This is a happy school where pupils feel safe and know that they are very well cared for. Pupils are well behaved. They enjoy trusting relationships with the adults in school.

- Ofsted

Some outstanding teaching of phonics in the early years provision helps children to make rapid progress in their spelling of unfamiliar words.

- Ofsted

Manston St James is a good school... In this harmonious, friendly, safe, welcoming and inclusive setting, pupils demonstrate good attitudes to learning and behave well. They are polite, courteous and respectful with adults and with one another.

- OFSTED Feb 2010