Policies and Procedures

To view our policies please click on the links below:

Manor House School Admissions Policy

Manor House School Anti Bullying Policy

Manor House School Behaviour Policy

Manor House School Curriculum Policy

Manor House School Exclusion Policy

Manor House School First Aid Policy

Manor House School Online Safety Policy

Manor House School Peer on Peer Abuse Policy

Manor House School Relationships and Sex Education

Manor House School SEN Policy

Manor House School Safeguarding Policy

Manor House School English as an Additional Language Statement

Manor House School Remote Learning Policy

Manor House School Complaints Policy

Available on Request:

Manor House School Health and Safety Policy.

We take all complaints seriously. We have a full complaints policy and procedure which is available from the school office or for download above. Initial complaints should be made to the Executive Headteacher, Lyndsey Jeffries via telephone on 01403 790939 or via email to manorhouse@acornmanorhouse.co.uk. If the complaint is concerning the Executive Headteacher, please contact Craig Ribbons, Regional Director – Education on 01204 522667. An appeals process is included in this policy.

We received 0 complaints last academic year 2020 – 2021

Summary of Academic Achievements 

2020 – 2021 2021 – 2022

Maths Functional Skills Level 1 (full qualification)


Pass rate (%): 50

Number of students: 8


Pass rate (%): 40

Number of students: 5


Maths Functional Skills Level 2 (full qualification)


Pass rate (%): 100

Number of students: 2


Pass rate (%): 0

Number of students: 1



English Functional Skills Level 1 (full qualification and individual components)


Pass rate (%): 100

Number of students: 8



Pass rate (%): 67

Number of students: 6



English Functional Skills Level 2 (full qualification and individual components)





Pass rate (%): 0

Number of students: 1

Careers Lead – Antje Taylor

The careers curriculum at Manor House School includes explaining a range of different job opportunities and practising required skills.

  • Interviewing to develop personal skills
  • Career pathways including understanding options such as college, work experience and apprenticeships
  • Employability skills, students develop communication skills, team work, taking responsibility and personal organisation

Students put these skills into practise with skills such as CV writing and interview techniques. students become familiar with key information regarding careers information and networking