We love to Learn
Welcome to the Squires Lane Federation website. Our federation is made up of two primary schools with nurseries, Manorside and Tudor.
Both schools are one-form entries which are proud to be at the heart of the local community. We have close, warm school communities made up of dedicated staff, supportive parents, and children all with a shared passion for learning.
The schools are 200m apart and have a long history of working together. As a federation we have one Governing Body and Executive Headteacher, share key staff and resources, and work together on our curriculum and other activities – while keeping the benefits of separate small schools.
We are proud to be inclusive schools, with high standards of achievement and behaviour but also focussed on developing children’s values and character traits, broader knowledge and skills, and love of learning. Our values of Be Kind, Be Brave, Take Pride, Work Hard underpin everything that we do.
I hope this website gives you a good overview of our schools but please do get in touch for more information or to arrange a visit.
Click on a logo below to find out more about each school:
Vision & Values
Our vision is that all pupils will leave Manorside and Tudor with the knowledge and skills, character traits, and love of learning they need to flourish in the next step of their journey and throughout their lives. We equip them to be both happy and successful, and to make a positive contribution to the world around them. All our children follow the ‘Manorside Way’ or ‘Tudor Way’: Be Kind, Be Brave, Take Pride, Work Hard.
- Be kind
- Be brave
- Take Pride
- Work Hard
"Staff have created a strong community feel, where each child’s uniqueness is valued. Pupils are safe. They are happy at school. They are very supportive of each other."
Tudor Ofsted report: January 2020
"A very nurturing place where the children are happy, willing to learn. The staff are amazing in every way."
"Tudor has great team of teachers who work hard with our children and parents to see our children excel and become ready and prepared for secondary school."
"Pupils display exemplary attitudes to learning, participating enthusiastically in lessons and making valuable contributions to school life."
Manorside Ofsted report: January 2013