Manor Church of England Academy located at Millfield Ln, Nether Poppleton, York YO26 6PA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 798722

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Mary Mills

1 Google Rating

literally TERRIBLE doesn’t do ANYTHING for bullying or the kids needs. Doesn’t even deserve a st

1/ 5

literally TERRIBLE doesn’t do ANYTHING for bullying or the kids needs. Doesn’t even deserve a star. Don’t go. #girlboss

Michael Bell 130

3 Google Rating

Teaching is amazing at Manor, and the teachers are very kind, there is one thing tho, since year 7 I

3/ 5

Teaching is amazing at Manor, and the teachers are very kind, there is one thing tho, since year 7 I have been getting bullied, I have reported it to Pastoral support which is where we go if we get bullied, but they haven’t done anything, I have only made like one friend there, and I’m in year 9 so hopefully I will get friends in the future. But the education is amazing there.

Kieran Jones

5 Google Rating

This school is an excellent educational institution, their quality of teaching and pastoral care is

5/ 5

This school is an excellent educational institution, their quality of teaching and pastoral care is second to none. Students are worked hard but compassionately so with the intent to get the best out of them, in the words of a child who goes there “You learn a lot more in a lesson than at Huntington” which says it all. The schools use of technology is also excellent and really enhances the quality and breadth of teaching. I cannot recommend enough.

em !

2 Google Rating

i would dread waking up and having to go to this school and i thought it was just me but after a yea

2/ 5

i would dread waking up and having to go to this school and i thought it was just me but after a year genuinely enjoying going to college i realised it was really how backwards this school is and continues to be in its rules and priorities. however they also have some amazing teachers that somewhat make up for this: mrs watson, mr&mrs walton, mr rab and mrs brown are the best things about this school and that my friend is the tea. so was miss metcalf but they lost her to another school and honestly good for her 🤪

Kim Goodall

2 Google Rating

The teachers are great apart from the few, I got bullied horrible for the whole time I was there, my

2/ 5

The teachers are great apart from the few, I got bullied horrible for the whole time I was there, my mum and foster parents went in constantly to try and sort things out. They said they would try and sort it out and didn’t and as a result, I now have really bad depression and anxiety. However the teaching is great and I got good grades so I have to give them that.

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