Reception class at Manea Community Primary School have been busy making some wonderful Christmas tree decorations for the church. Using model magic and satsumas they created some very sparkly, orange stars to be hung from the branches. The paper chain was created using shiny card and the amazing angel was also created with the shiny card. You can have a look at the tree decorated by Manea primary School children at St Nicholas Church, Manea.
Tuesday 5th May 2020: Manea Community once again come together and join a former Manea Primary School student in creating some impressive art to crack down on lock down boredom. See the full story here:https://www.fenlandcitizen.co.uk/news/fenland-villagers-join-community-art-project-organised-by-teenage-artist-to-relieve-lockdown-boredom-9108782/?fbclid=IwAR2bz9QsLFbPRZaA7pD2hVy_4SJgRg4Yp0n2CPbvykJtspyVHs7KmOzHYcU
YEAR 5 MATHS CHALLENGE
THURSDAY 23RD MAY
A team of Year 5 Maths children competed against 8 other schools in the Year 5 Maths challenge tonight. The questions consisted of team rounds and bonus individual rounds and were VERY hard!
Manea's Year 5 team did really well, working together to solve questions in short spaces of time - their best round was the Extra Thinks round.
Overall they came third in the competition with only half a point between them and the team who came second.
This was an amazing effort by all members of the team with lots of hard work and practice during their lunchtimes.
Well done Manea Maths team!
Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th March 2019.
Year 3 Art Exhibition. Many of the Primary Schools in Chatteris and March and their surrounding villages took part in creating pieces of art for an art exhibition this week. On Wednesday the art was exhibited for parents and carers to see at Lionel Walden School in Doddington and Thursday the exhibition was at Westwood Primary School in March. Please see the photos below of the all the amazing exhibits on show.
Wednesday 12th December 2018
Some of the children who attend choir sessions at lunch times had the opportunity to entertain the Manea Dinners on Wednesday afternoon, singing their Christmas carols. The members of Manea dinners had a lovely time and we too had a lovely time. Thank you for allowing us to share some of the wonderful things we do at Manea Primary school with the community.
We are very pleased that our new bookshelves in the library are getting full. This is with thanks to one of our governors, Mrs O'Riley, who works for Usbourne books and has done some fundraising to enable use to purchase some new books. They fill the shelves wonderfully, so the children now have a wider range of book to choose from when they change their books. We would like to take this opportunity to share this wonderful news with you all and to thank Mrs O'Riley.
Last week we held a special market place that had a focus of challenging stereotypes and different families. Have a look below to see some of our stalls!
This afternoon, a group of children represented the school in the remembrance service at the church. They placed crosses by the war memorial to mark 100 years since the end of WW1.
Today the whole school took part in a sponsored buddy read. Each class completed 20 minutes of reading with a buddy from a different class. All children enjoyed their time reading with each other. Please remember to bring in any sponsor forms and any monies raised. Thank you in advance for your support given.
Inter-village athletics competition - Thursday 5th July
On Thursday some children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 attended the inter-village athletics competition at Lionel Walden School in Doddington.
The events included were the sack race, egg and spoon race, tunnel ball, obstacle race and long distance running events.
The children all tried their very best, especially in the boiling heat that we had.
A fantastic effort to all. Well done!
Schools make music - March 2018
The Manea school choir took part in this year's School's Make Music festival at Cromwell Community College. The children sang two songs acapella, which were also in a different language. The songs were: Siyahamba and Banaha.
They did fantastically well and we are very proud of them. Well done!
Christmas 2017 - Retelling of the Christmas story
Manea School celebrated Christmas at their local church with their annual retelling of the Christmas story by Year 1 and Year 6. The rest of the school accompanied the play by singing songs.
The Manea school choir also sang a range of Christmas carols, new and old, to the Manea dinners and at the Manea Christmas Fayre. These songs were sang acapella and with a great big smile! Well done Manea choir!
Wednesday 4th October - Friday 6th October
Year 5/6 Residential Trip to Kingswood in Overstrand, Norfolk.
Our activities included:
Have a look at our photos.