At Manor Park we all belong to one of our four houses. These houses reflect the diversity of our city and what our children could aspire to in the future. They also link closely to the faculties in Manor Park University so that children can develop skills in these areas.
Every child can earn house points for showing our personal qualities of 'Self-Sufficient', 'Original', 'Attitude' and 'Resilience'. Each quality is rewarded with a different colour token, and these tokens are collected and counted half termly. Every half term the winning house is awarded with a special visit from an artist, athlete, changemaker or engineer from Coventry.
Click on the links below to find out more about each of our houses!
Our Autumn winners were Artists! Their prize was a visit from a local paralympian, Charlotte Moore, who spoke to them about her achievements as a member of the GB wheelchair basketball team. They also had the chance to win tickets to watch Coventry Blaze ice hockey team.
Spring 1 winners
Our Spring 1 winners were Artists! Their prize was a visit from a local author, Aaron Ashmore, who spoke to them about what it is like to be an author. They also had the chance to win some books about Coventry, written by Aaron.
Spring 2 winners
Our Spring 2 winners were Engineers! Their prize was a visit from a local artist, Jack Kirk, who brought in some of his artwork for the childen to look at and spoke to them about what it is like to be a professional artist.
Summer 1 winners
Our Summer 1 winners were Athletes! Their prize was a visit from our local rugby team Wasps. They took part in a rugby session and learnt all about what it takes to be a professional athlete.
Summer 2 winners
Our Summer 2 winners were Changemakers! Their prize was a visit from a local artist, Dana Hall, who worked with them to create individual pieces of artwork and talked to them about life as a professional artist.