Plumstead Manor School – London
Ofsted Rating: 3 (Requires Improvement)
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Head Teacher: Douglas Greig
Plumstead Manor is a thriving school of 1500 students in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. As an all girls’ school in Years 7 to 11, our focus is so make sure they have every chance to excel, so that every door is open to them in their future lives. High quality teaching, in a safe and friendly environment are the key to unlocking the potential that we believe all our young people have. High aspirations for academic scholarship, alongside our high expectations for behaviour and personal development embody our commitment to seeing all our students flourish and succeed.
Academic excellence is vital for all young people so they are equipped with the knowledge and skills to maximise their potential, and realize their ambitions At the same time we want them to develop into articulate and accomplished young women, who can confidently take their place in the world. With a track record of success in subjects such as maths, English, modern languages, humanities and the arts we are well equipped to offer them every opportunity to succeed and grow. The school’s long and proud history in the performing and visual arts is central to community life, and our commitment to this means all students in Years 7 to 9 study art, music, dance and drama.
The best way to get to know us is to come and see us in action. We are open to visitors every Tuesday morning from 8.45-10.30am throughout the year. We look forward to meeting you soon.
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