About Manor Academy
Manor Academy is a Community Special school in the Sovereign Trust
Manor Academy provides high quality provision for young people aged 11-19 with special educational needs arising from a range of conditions. All pupils have moderate or severe learning difficulties but many have additional needs such as autistic spectrum condition, social and emotional mental health and physical disabilities.
A real focus of our nurturing school is to prepare our pupils emotionally and socially to become self-reliant, caring, responsible adults.
Our small classes allow for varied support which is tailored to individual needs, ensuring that all pupils can reach their potential both academically and in terms of developing independence skills.
Our college offers a personalised post 16 curriculum for students in the Entry Level to Level 2 range of qualifications within a nurturing environment. Within these areas all students will follow courses in English, Maths, ICT and Personal Development, in addition to options based around vocational qualifications, personalised work experience placements, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and personalised Employability Skills and Life and Living Skills, all leading to a range of accreditation.
You can read our SEN Information Report to find out more about our school.