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Values & Ethos

Manland Primary School is a supportive, caring community in which we encourage each other to achieve our potential in everything that we do.

We have our own school values which we encourage the whole school community to demonstrate.  These values help us to become considerate of others in our school, as well as, helping us to become thoughtful citizens in the wider world.  Our whole school values run alongside our work on British Values.

We have a Manland Values cup which is awarded each week to a pupil who has demonstrated one, or more, of our values.

Manland Values Trophy Winners

We are delighted to announce that the first child to receive our Manland Values Trophy is Aimee! Aimee, has made such a fantastic start to Year 4.

She has been coming into school everyday with a smile on her face ready to start the day! Aimee’s teacher’s have said “It is inspiring to see a young person grow in confidence”.

Well done Aimee!


Our very proud recipient of the 24th September ‘Manland Values Award’ goes to Sophia in Year 6.

Sophia demonstrates our values every day! She is always so positive about her learning; she aspires to do her best in all that she does and always pushes herself to reach the challenge in any task.

Sophia cares deeply about her friends and is an inspiration to all around her.


The 1st October ‘Manland Values’ Award goes to a very deserving Daniel in Year 4!

Daniel has (and has always has had) a fantastic attitude to learning. Daniel is an inspiration to his peers and an excellent role model. He always participates in class discussions and even helps others if they are stuck.

Beyond this, Daniel is polite and well mannered to everyone, and a joy to have in the classroom.



The 8th October ‘Manland Values’ Award goes to Sophia in Reception class!

Sophia’s behaviour in class is inspirational to her peers. She listens to the teacher all of the time and has quickly learnt all of the Reception class routines.

She has excellent behaviour for learning and participates in lessons, plays with her friends in a kind way and always remembers her manners. She is very independent and takes responsibility for her belongings. She’s a joy to have in Reception and really is an inspiration to other pupils.


The 15th October ‘Manland Values’ trophy goes to Eric B in Year 1.

Eric is a fantastic role model to his peers. He has high aspirations of himself and always tries his best in every lesson. He is a caring and sensible learning partner and helps other children in his class.

His manners are exceptional and he shows his teachers that he is always ready to learn. Well done Eric!



The 22nd October ‘Manland Values’ trophy goes to Charlie in Year 2! The way Charlie has worked with learning partners this half term is inspirational! He listens carefully to instructions and enthusiastically discusses his work with his peers. He shares his ideas and supports his friends, helping them to get the best out of their work.

Charlie collaborates well with others, listening attentively and building on ideas together with his friends. He has really pushed himself this half term and takes responsibility for trying his hardest at every task given to him. He has made a fantastic start to Year 2 – Keep up the good work Charlie!


The 5th November ‘Manland Values Award’ goes to Rae in Year 3. Rae has been inspirational, always setting an example to the rest of the class. She is enthusiastic in her learning, listens carefully and works well with her learning partner. Rae should be proud of her achievements.

In her Maths lessons, Rae has been working completely independently and has high aspirations for herself. When things got tough, she didn’t give up. Instead she showed excellent resilience to find the right answer.  During Year 3’s assembly practice, she has shown great responsibility, learning her lines and supporting her friends with their performance. Keep up the hard work Rae!


In the past few (very busy) weeks Seb B-S, in Year 6, has embodied each of our Manland values. Seb is not only aspirational for himself, but for those around him. Seb strives to achieve his absolute best; he encourages any scholar he is working with to do the same.

During our recent House Captain campaign, Seb showed great inspiration by being the first to congratulate the successful candidates and offer support to his friends. Seb’s mature, responsible approach means he tackles all tasks to the best of his ability and is always motivated to be the best version of himself. Well done Seb!


This week our Manland Value Award has been presented to Bailey in Year 5! Bailey, you consistently set a good example to your peers and younger children. In your work you show that you have high aspirations of yourself and you always challenge yourself to reach your potential.

You are thoughtful, considerate and caring and strive to always be a good friend. Bailey, you are an absolute asset to your class. Well done!



Bethany has continuously shown great responsibility in Reception both for her belongings and her classroom. She is always quick and helpful to tidy up and shares and plays well with all children in the class.

She inspires us with her energetic approach to learning and her immaculate manners. Well done Bethany!



Huge congratulations to Sonny in Year 5!

Sonny has been nominated for the Values Award this week for making such fantastic progress in his writing.

He is truly an inspiration to everyone in the school, demonstrating what can be achieved with hard work and determination.

Well done Sonny!


Matthew in Year 2 has been an inspiration to his peers over the last term.

He always pushes himself to achieve in class and went ‘above and beyond’ leading up to Christmas, where he offered to teach us to write Chinese characters and even brought in resources to help us learn!

He takes pride in his heritage and it is inspiring to see his enthusiasm and drive to achieve.


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