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Well done to Evelyn Y5 who took part in the ESSA East and South East Primary Schools Individual Championships in Swimming and finished 10th in the region in her freestyle race with a personal best time.
Elena Y3 entered the IGA National Championship Level 9/10 and received a Silver medal for Vault, Bronze medal for Floor and most impressively, the All Round Champion for her year group! – Well done!
Well done Mae Y6 who received Gold Medal for completing the Swim England programme Stages up to 10!
Maria Y3 and Maximilian N received their certificates for completing the Summer Reading Challenge – well done to both of them!
Well done to Tilly Y5 who has become double champion, winning both Kata and Kumite classes in the 10-12yr category at the JKA Central and Northern Regional Championships!
Jack Y5 hit an incredible hole-in-one on the 4th hole of Frilford Heath’s yellow course and won the U10 golf competition!
After only 3 lessons Grace Y3 managed to water ski for the first time – well done Grace!
Well done to Stephanie Y6 and Rowan Y4 who completed their first open water swimming event in the Thames at the Henley Swim Festival!
Sophia Y4 has been chosen as Player of the Month at White Horse Tennis Club. She also won a Gold medal at the U9 Tournament – Well done!
Well done to Mae Y5 who won Silver for Beam and Bronze for Bar in Gymnastics and achieved Stage 9 in swimming too!
Congratulations to Anastasia Y4 who won Bronze for her Beam routine at a Gymnastics competition
Well done Sophia Y2 who has passed her Jeet Kune Do and is now a Red Belt!
Huge well done to Omawumi Y6 who won two gold medals in both the 100m and 200m events at the Oxfordshire County Track and Fields Competitions in the U13 Girls category.
Congratulations to Grace, India and Zara Y2 and Arabella Y4 who completed The Great School Run. Grace came 1st and India 4th and all the girls ran brilliantly – well done Team Manor!
Well done to Samuel Y4 who has been awarded his Blue, Blue Peter badge, the Music Blue Peter badge and the Sport Blue Peter Badge
Congratulations to Olivia Y5 for winning her Tennis Tournament at Goring Tennis Club
Congratulations to Theodor Y4 who has been awarded his yellow belt for Taekwondo
Well done to Mae Y5 who received her distance swim certificate for 1000m!
Well done to Estelle Y1 who completed her first Pony Camp and Badge.
Well done to Omawumi Y6 who represented Oxfordshire in the regional finals for Sports Hall Athletics at Burgess Hill and won 2 silver medals. She also won a gold medal for having the highest points overall in the under 11 girls category!
A huge well done to Grace Y2 who is unbeaten in this seasons Cross Country and has achieved an incredible 10th first place medal!
Well done to Dimitri Y4 who won 1st place in the under 9 category at The Berkshire Open Junior Chess Tournament!
Well done to Athena Y2 who has achieved her orange/yellow belt in Karate!
Congratulations to Sophia Y4 who has been invited to join the U9 county team for tennis and will be participating in the 9U county cup in March 2023!
Well done to Eve Y6 who has been performing in the Oxfordshire Gangshow at Radley College, through her Guides unit. In total 6 performances, involving singing and dancing most evenings for over two hours and rehearsals every Sunday afternoon since October!
Well done to Bea Y5 and her older sister who have received their Blue Peter Badges for baking a cake with a picture of the Blue Peter ship on top
Congratulations to Maria Y2 who has been invested as a beaver of the 40th Oxford Sea Scouts colony
Well done to Mae Y5 who has achieved her Stage 7 Swimming Certificate
Well done to Jemima Y5 who has received her blue and white stripe belt at Taekwondo and is also part of the Youth Leadership programme.
Ansel Y2 is double National Karting Champion! He was awarded the BKC trophy in a big awards ceremony at Silverstone where he was also presented with the UK IKR trophy – Congratulations Ansel!
Well done to Bea in Y5 who has won 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal in swimming.
Margot Y2 has written her first book review as a Youth Ambassador for Mostly Books, the bookshop in Abingdon – Well done!
A huge well done to Grace Y2 who came first in the Girls C Country MECC Winter Series
Siyu Y4 played a charity piano concert during the end of the summer holiday to support Oxford Hospitals. She received a certificate from charity of Oxford Hospitals because she helped raised £1,085.22! – Well done Siyu
Nazrul Y4 has achieved his RYA Stage 4 Youth Sailing Scheme certificate. Having now completed all the stages in the scheme, he is looking forward to new challenges with advanced modules next year – Well done Nazrul!
Danny Y6, Megan Y6 and Jenna Y1 won the Fairytale Farm Sandcastle Competition. The task was to build a sand castle, but they went big and built a sand city!
Ansel Y2 competed in the IGA level 10 national competition and won gold on the vault and silver in the floor routine! Well done Ansel!
Well done to Grace Y2 who competed in the level 10 IGA Nationals at Milton Keynes and came away with a silver for her floor routine!
Having only started Gymnastics in January, Alivia Y5 entered the IGA (Independent Gymnastics) National Championship Level 9/10 and received a Silver medal for her Bar routine and a Bronze medal for her Floor routine.
Alice Y5 has been made up to a full chorister of Frideswide Voices. She has had to work very hard at rehearsals, Evensongs, theory lessons and singing lessons over the last two years of probation. Here is a picture of her wearing her new surplice
Well done to Zara Y2 who has passed her primary grade ballet exam with high merit.
Well done to Ariadne Y6 who has completed the Grade 1 Lamda in Public Speaking with Distinction!
Both Mae Y5 and Joshua Y3 completed the Gadgeteers and Oxfordshire Library Summer Reading Challenge – well done!
Well done to Elyana Y5 who achieved her Grade 3 Merit in Singing and has made several solo performances throughout the summer.
Anastasia Y4 has had her long hair cut off and she has very generously donated it to The Princess Trust!
Ansel Y2 has won the National Bambino Karting Championship having won three rounds and placed second twice. He also set a few lap records along the way!
Maxim Y4 has worked really hard and been extremely brave at Karate and has been awarded his Red Belt. Well done Maxim!
Nina Y2 has been selected to be a Youth Ambassador for the bookshop ‘Mostly Books’ in Abingdon – well done Nina!
Lucy Y2 got 1st place in the beam in her year group at Gymnastics Club – Well done Lucy!
Thomas Y6 completed the Uptonogood 12-mile mountain bike ride – well done Thomas!
Well done to Rose Y4 who was awarded first in floor, second in beam and 3rd overall at Gymnastics Club.
Eden in Reception was awarded her ‘half marathon’ wristband for 11 complete junior parkruns! She also smashed her personal best time to 13:07 and is looking forward to one day joining Mrs Duff on a full parkrun!
Well done to Siyu Y3, who played in an 8U tennis event at the Henmans Woodstock Tournament 2022 and finished 2nd!
Georgie, Isabella and Charlotte Y6, represented their U11 Didcot Town Football team at their home tournament.
The yellows won the plate and the reds got through to the semi final of the Cup.
Well done to Alex in Nursery who achieved his 5m swimming badge.
Poppy Y5 entered the Shippon Platinum Jubilee drawing competition and won for her age group!
Elyana Y4 confidently performed a lead solo role in the Wind in the Willows performance directed by Stage Coach at AMEY Theatre in Abingdon – well done Elyana
Georgie and Charlotte Y6 played brilliantly at the Lilleshall National 6 aside football tournament, Didcot Town Girls U11 came 4th overall.
Alex and Amelia Y5 have once again raised money for Muscular Dystrophy UK by completing the Oxford Town and Gown Junior 3K at the University Parks.
Congratulations to Tamara and Arya in Year 3 who both received either medals or trophies in all of their piano classes at the Cheltenham Festival this year. 4 Gold cups, 2 silver medals and 2 Bronze medals between them. Well Done Girls!
Suri Y6, Sophia and Yufei Y3 were invited to join Oxfordshire Junior Chess Girls Squad and participated in EPSCA U11 Girls National Final in Orleans Park School in Twickenham. After a whole day battle, Oxons won overall the third place! – Well done girls.
Rosie Y5 won several trophies as Witney Swim Club Championships – Gold in IM, freestyle, butterfly and backstroke and Silver in breast stroke. Plus a trophy for the swimmer with the most points – Well done Rosie!
British Science Week is a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths that took place between Friday 11 and Sunday 20 March 2022.
The theme for this year was “Growth”. The first step to inspiring the children was the Poster Competition, we had lots of brilliant entries and the judges chose five winners;
Alex and Amelia Y5 raised an amazing £460 for Muscular Dystrophy UK by completing the Oxford Town and Gown Junior 3k run – well done!
Annabel, Harriet and Rosie did a fantastic job representing The Manor at the British Schools Modern Biathlon Championships
Year 5 students participated in the UK Junior Mathematical Challenge and we are very proud of all the students. Well done to Clément G-S & Banita K who received silver certificates & Albert E who received bronze!
Alex in Year 4 plays cricket for Abingdon Vale Cricket Club Junior Section and he was named Player of the Team in their recent under 11 match against Sunningwell – Well done Alex!
We’re very proud of Bea Year 3 and Annabel and Harriet Year 5 who ran in the Schools Cross Country with amazing times and Bea came fourth! – Well done girls!
A huge well done to Freya and Tilly from Year 2 who played in the 8 and under county competition in Cambridge. Oxfordshire came a very respectable 8th.
Year 5’s Barney and Ethan celebrated being awarded the Player’s Player and Manager’s Player of the Season awards for Abingdon Youth U10s.
Jemima successfully applied to be the Youth Ambassador for Abingdon bookshop, Mostly Books. Here she is collecting her first books and she is eager to read and review them.
Milly in Year 6 has raised over £400 by taking part in a charity challenge to run 40km, cycle 120km and walk 70km. Milly has been doing the challenge to raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of a family friend. Well done, Milly!
Between lockdowns, Rosie swam in her club championships and won gold in breaststroke, backstroke, front crawl, IM and silver in butterfly. Well done, Rosie!
This year, Nikita asked her family to donate the money they would usually spend on a Christmas present for her to a charity called The Railway Children. The charity helps children who have run away from home. Nikita is delighted that she has exceeded her £100 two weeks before Christmas.
Recently, Emile in Year 2 took part in the Oxfordshire Youth Football League trophy event with his team the ‘Europa Titans’. Emile was Captain for the duration of the tournament and in one match alone scored two goals and saved a penalty! Well done to Emile and his team who were overall runners up in the tournament.
Well done to Zara in Year 5 who won ‘Player of the Month’ at her Tennis Club, WHLTC.
Anastasia in Year 2 was delighted to have recently been awarded a red rosette for her floor apparatus work at her gymnastics club. She was very proud of her rosette and brought it into school to share with her class.
Sara walked along the River Thames this September as part of the ‘Your Palace to Palace’ challenge set by The Princes Trust. Sara aimed to raise £120 but has currently raised £420 and the total keeps rising! Well done, Sara.
During the summer holidays Maddison and Matilda in Year 4 were awarded their Aqua Mission Certificates after completing a five day scuba diving course in Malta. Whilst taking part in the course, they learnt many safety skills including how to clear their mask and recovering their regulator. These skills will help them when they take the PADI Open Water Dive Course after their 10th birthdays.
In July Clément and Olivier set themselves a challenge to cycle 100 miles in one month to raise money for children’s mental health charity, Place2Be. So far they have raised over £500 thanks to the generous donations from friends and family.
During lockdown, brothers Clément and Olivier took up chess and soon participated in their first competition during the summer holidays. Both boys entered the national semi-final in their age groups. Although they didn’t go further, their parents are very proud of their perseverance and resilience.
Congratulations to Jemima in Year 2 who was one of the winners of the ‘A Cup of Inspiration’ competition. The competition was run by Oxford City Council to design eye-catching recycling bins for disposing of single-use cups. Look out for Jemima’s design on Queen’s Street in Oxford.
Sophie in 5C swims for the City of Oxford Swimming Club outside of school. In a recent U9 girls’ competition she took home 1 gold and 2 silver medals for 200m back crawl, 50m front crawl and 50m breaststroke. Well done Sophie!
I am very proud to share my experience of the Regional Tennis Tournament I took part in. The standard of the tournament was very high and my opponents were amazing players. I gave it my best effort by playing with passion and determination. It all payed off as I came runner up in my age group. I am really proud of my 2nd place medal.
Adam Heus – Year 2
Poppy in Reception has been working hard at the Abingdon Gymnastics Club. In a recent competition she won gold on the vault and bronze on the floor. Keep up the great work Poppy!
Congratulations to Year 4 pupils Cecily W and Nikita S, who will be treading the boards this Christmas on stage in Didcot Cornerstone’s production of ‘The
Adventures of Pinocchio’! The girls have been rehearsing together in the weeks
leading up to open night, but will perform in different teams during the run of the show. What a great way to enjoy Christmas!
Freddie in Year 4 was delighted to meet his favourite author, Dermot O’Leary at the Henley Literary Festival. Dermot gave a talk about how the series of “Toto the Ninja Cat” books originated and gave some inspirational advice about how important creative writing is in school and urged all the children to write stories in their spare time. The illustrator Nick East also showed the audience how to draw Toto! Freddie was thrilled to have been picked to ask a question to Dermot in front of the whole of the audience. Afterwards, Freddie met Dermot who signed a copy of his book and was delighted to hear how Freddie’s reading group at school have been enjoying the first Toto book together.
We are delighted with the number of Manor Pupils who were awarded prizes at the annual Oxfordshire Junior Tennis Awards this month. Congratulations to Banita K, Heidi H and Emily H who all won the Coaches Player Award in their age groups. Congratulations are also due to Olivia W and Ellie T who won Most Improved Player Awards in their age groups. Well done everyone and keep up the hard work!
Micah in Year 4 has been selected to join the Oxford United Elite Team, part of the Oxford United Development Centre. Micah has trained hard to become part of the team and he even scored a goal in his first match, helping Oxford to secure a win against Wycombe Wanderers.
Natasha T, Tilly VP, Sophie H & Olivia C recently competed for the first time as The Manor Equestrian Team. The children took part in various show jumping classes from 50cm-70cm as individuals. They were incredibly supportive of each other and really enjoyed their first outing together as a team. Well done to them and their ponies, Dinky, George, Gizmo and Puzzle!
During the half term break, Amelia in Year 3 took part in a Chess Tournament held at the prestigious Blenheim Palace. Amelia played in the U9 Rapid Play and played six rounds scoring 2.5 points. She was awarded a trophy for her efforts and was very proud as she had not played with a chess clock before. She can’t wait to tell her friends in Chess Club all about her experience.
Congratulations to Ethan in Year 4 who won his first tennis tournament. Ethan was entered into an orange ball level matchplay tournament at the White Horse Leisure Centre alongside eight other children – and won! Well done Ethan!
We are delighted that Zara in Year 4 has been selected to join the U9s Girls Oxfordshire County Tennis Squad again this year. There is an extra celebration as her brother, James in Year 2, has been selected to join the U8s Mixed Oxfordshire County Tennis Squad for the first time! Both have worked really hard at their tennis over the last year and are very proud to have been chosen.
Lily in Year 4 has been selected for the Oxford Junior Stars U11 Ice Hockey team playing in the EIHA South East 2 league. Lily is the only girl in the team and plays in the right or left wing. Lily is the only pupil of The Manor Prep School to play Ice Hockey for any club! This is a great achievement for Lily who has worked very hard at the sport, showing her determination to succeed.
During the summer holidays, Megan P competed in the National Biathle Championships in Salford, which also functions as a qualifier for the World Championships in Florida.
The Biathle (pronounced as Bi-ethel) is an event organised by Pentathlon GB. A Biathle consists of a 400m run, followed by a 50m swim in open water and a final 400m run. It is an exciting event with conditions in the water being particularly competitive.
Megan came 6th in the U11 division and has earned herself a place in the World Championships in Florida this October. Her sister Evey and former Manor pupil also qualified in her U13 age group.
Well done Megan and good luck!
Jemima in Year 1 took part in her first show jumping event in May 2019 at Huntersfield Equestrian Centre. She competed in two rounds and gained two rosettes for clear rounds! Well done Jemima!
Following lots of dedication and training, last year Zoë D in Year 6 was selected to be part of the South of England Under-11 girls’ basketball team. Following her selection, the team recently took part in the National Mini Basketball England Tournament in which her team came 7th overall – Well done Zoë!
Congratulations to Charlotte H in Year 1 for taking part in the National Child Taekwondo Championships in Bristol. She went through several rounds and was successful in receiving a Bronze medal. Well done, Charlotte!
Congratulations to Noah F, Micah K and Barney B who celebrated the end of the football season with the Abingdon Youth U8 Team. Noah also won the ‘Sportsmanship Award’ and Micah was awarded the ‘Manager’s Player of the Season’ trophy.
Excellent team work boys!
Grace in Year 6 has raised £142 for the Colombo Friend-in-Need Society by selling home-made lemonade and cakes. Her money raised is enough to buy two Sri Lankan children a prosthetic limb each! Well done, Grace!
Watch Grace’s That’s Oxfordshire interview here
Congratulations to Year 6 pupil, Athina S, on winning the U14 girls’ Tennis Tournament at St Andrew’s in Scotland. Athina was an un-seeded player and dominated the tournament. Not only did she beat the #2 seeded player in the semi-finals, she went on to win the final against the #1 seed, scoring 5-7,6-4 and 11-9 in a tie break. Congratulations Athina, it was well worth the long journey!
During the May Half Term, Ella C, Violet G and Emilia H in Year 6 completed the 10 mile charity walk, ‘Walk With Me’ to help raise funds for two fabulous charities, Maggie’s Cancer Centre in Oxford and Young Minds. The walk took the children from Huntercombe Golf Course in Nuffield, all the way to Moulsford on a beautifully sunny day – well done girls! For more information about the event and to support the charities, visit www.walkwithmeuk.org.
Elsa in Year 6 recently raced her pony, Poppy, at Cheltenham Racecourse. Elsa has competed in a number of races this year including; Cheltenham, Ascot, Wolverhampton, Wincanton and Lingfield. Elsa’s goal is to become the first female Jockey to win The Grand National! Go Elsa!
Hattie has won the trophy for Most Improved Player 2019 at the end of season awards for her U8 rugby team, The Henley Hawks. Well done Hattie!
Manor Pupils, Joshua P, Poppy G, Zara D and Oliver G were recently selected to represent the White Horse Leisure Centre in an Oxfordshire wide tennis tournament. Their team placed 3rd in the competition – Well done team!
Tawana in Year 5 had a very theatrical Christmas in 2018 when she performed in the Cornerstone Theatre’s production of ‘The Pied Piper’. Well done Tawana, we look forward to seeing you on the West End stage when you’re older!
Congratulations to Zoe and Elsa in Year 6 who have successfully auditioned for the National Youth Girls’ Choir. As new members the girls will attend their first residential course next year. Many congratulations to both girls for this outstanding achievement and we look forward to seeing you perform with the choir very soon.
Gisele in Year 4 and Tomi in Year 2 recently worked very hard representing The Manor at a special judo training day with Team GB Olympic Bronze Medallist, Sally Conway – what a fantastic day!
Scarlett in Year 5 had a very successful and enjoyable summer improving her golf skills. At the start of the summer, she worked hard on her swing and short game with her coach at Frilford Heath Golf Club. This dedication helped her to finish 3rd in the British 9 Year old Girls’ Championships at Celtic Manor, tie 4th in the 9 Year old Girls in the Wee Wonders GB&I Grand Final at St. Andrews and tie 18th in the 10 Year old Girls’ division.
Elyana in Year 1 drives a racing kart in the Bambino Kart Club at the Whilton Mill racetrack with the aim of racing next year. Bambino karts are designed for 5 to 7-year-olds and can do up to 40 mph with their 50cc 2-stroke engines.
Elyana started driving at age 3 and has a driven a number of different karts already. In last winter’s snow, she preferred to drive and slide her kart on the snowy road instead of making a snowman! She first drove on the track at the age of 5 and immediately loved the challenge of maximising her speed and mixing with other drivers on the circuit. Elyana is inspired by Jamie Chadwick, the first ever female winner of a British Formula 3 race, and who won the British GT Championship in an Aston Martin V8 in 2015 while still at school. She says that her ambition is to be a racing driver and then move on to design F1 cars.
Elyana is fortunate to have received coaching from her neighbour Anthony Reid, former star of British Touring Cars and known for historic racing at Goodwood. She also receives support and guidance from Iffley Motor Club.
Scarlett in Year 4 continues to excel in golf and recently played in the European Golf Championships at Longniddry, Scotland, during the half term break.
600 children competed from 50 different countries. The competition was opened by the Earl of Wemyss. This was followed by a wonderful welcome event at his Gosford House in Longniddry.
The tournament was played over three days and Scarlett scored her best ever round of +9 on the second day on the demanding Longniddry links.
She was delighted with her finish of 10th out of the Great British & Irish girls and 22nd overall. This qualifies her for the World Championships at Pinehurst, USA and the British Championships at Celtic Manor, Wales, both during August 2018.
Emilia and Sophie’s father recently went on a flying adventure and the girls convinced him to take Manor Ted along for the ride!
Their father restored a DC3 Dakota and flew it from UK to India to return it to the Indian Airforce. Along the journey, Manor Ted and crew visited France, Italy, Greece, Jordan, Saudi, Bahrain, Muscat and finished up in India.
Thank you to Emilia and Sophie for thinking of Manor Ted, we’re sure he enjoyed his adventure!
In March 2018, Danny from 1F entered his first karate competition which was refereed by national judges. The friendly competition took place in Harlow, Essex. Danny, a yellow-orange belt, fought two rounds and won both times. Representing the Oxford School of Martial Arts, led by Sensei Mary Stevens, Danny was awarded a medal for winning. Commenting on his experience, Danny said, “It was epic!” Danny’s proud parents attribute his winning to the training and empowerment with which karate senseis have provided him and to Danny’s hard work and perseverance.
Congratulations to Athina in Year 5 who recently took part in her first national tennis tournament and made it all the way through to the semi-finals!
Athina spent the weekend in Sunderland competing. She was one of 32 girls, all under 11 and was one of the youngest players in her year group.
Congratulations to Athina for doing so well in this national competition, we’re sure we’ll hear more great things from her in the world of tennis.
Golfing enthusiast Scarlett recently qualified to play in the British Junior Golf Championships at St Andrew’s. Scarlett was one of 400 girls, all under 8 years old, who qualified in this national competition and had the chance to play in the finals at this historic golfing location.
We are delighted that Scarlett finished tied 19th in her group and as a result qualifies for the European Junior Golf Championships in May 2018. Scarlett is already practising hard for the competition and thanks The Manor for introducing her to golf by taking part in golf club at lunchtimes with Greg and his team from Drayton Park.
Georgiana in Reception had a very special delivery to school, a letter from The Queen! Georgiana’s father is in the Royal Navy and will be visiting Buckingham Palace in the summer of 2017 to receive an OBE. Georgiana wrote to the Queen to let her know how exited she is to be going to the palace with her parents and grandparents. Have a lovely time Georgiana!
Scarlett in Year 3 has recently celebrated being crowned the Oxfordshire County Girls Golf Short Course Champion! Scarlett took part in the competition during the May half term at Burford Golf Club. Proud Dad, Mr Jenkins (and member of the winning team at the Manor Golf Day 2017) said “She was the youngest competitor but played fantastically and without nerves throughout. Testament to the great coaching she’s had from the Drayton Park Golf Club team on Mondays at The Manor!”. Scarlett was presented with her prize by the President of the Oxfordshire Ladies Golf Union. Well done, Scarlett!
Very many congratulations to Isabelle in Year 5 for winning a holiday for her family to Ibiza! Isabelle’s mother spotted the competition on the Family Traveller website and Isabelle decided to take part and write about the family’s trip to Costa Rica that summer. Her wonderfully descriptive piece completely transports you to the ‘turquoise ocean’, ‘deserted beaches and misty jungle’ the family experienced. Isabelle and her family are thoroughly looking forward to going to Ibiza and Isabelle says she is mostly looking forward to cycling, kayaking and staying in a hotel by the beach. Click here to read Isabelle’s story
Alicia in 5R was very lucky to recently meet Mr Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, at St Helen’s Church. Alicia is pictured here with Mr Williams and the Parish Rector, Dr Charles Miller. Alicia’s family who are part of the St. Helen’s congregation, were very honoured and excited at the same time to have the opportunity to meet such an iconic religious figure.
A BIG thank you to The Manor from me! …
During the Easter holidays I finally went to Le Manoir Aux Quatre Saisons for my my cookery class that I won for baking the winning cake for the first Manor Bake-Off last summer.
The afternoon began with us all in the kitchen making a salmon dish. We were then shown how to make a Chicken and Tarragon dish, a vegetable soup and a rhubarb and strawberry crumble. It all tasted delicious!
We were then taken to the gardens where they grow all the fruits and vegetables for the restaurant. They even have banana trees! We tasted the herbs growing there too.
I absolutely loved my day at Le Manoir and even got to keep my Raymond Blanc Cookery School Chefs Jacket. I hope to go again one day.
Thank you again and Good Luck to the next Manor Bakers!
We are delighted at the recent success Phoenix has had in ice skating. In January 2016, Phoenix won the Oxford Open Ice Competition (level three seniors). Not only was she the youngest in her level, but she won with a personal best score!
Well done Phoenix!
In 2015, Tatiane (Year 6) dislocated her elbow and broke all three bones in her arm on the first day of the summer holidays.
She had a painful few weeks of hospital appointments and scans and eventually had her cast removed and started on physiotherapy to get her elbow working again. Throughout this time she was Tatiane Horse Ridingunable to ride which is her favourite sport.
Three weeks ago she was allowed on her pony for the first time and set her sights on completing the biggest class at a one day event run by her pony club this weekend. It was very ambitious. She put in lots of effort training and, helped by Immy (also Year 6), cleaned and plaited her pony without any adult help. Her hard work paid off and, not only did she complete the dressage, show jumping and cross country sections of the event, she was placed 4th overall and won the trophy for being the highest placed member of her branch of the pony club in the whole event.
Well done Tatiane and thank you Immy for your help.