Yateley Manor

Your Child, Their Journey, Our Focus


Yateley Manor is regarded as a pioneering school in terms of its recent approach to curriculum design.  With its focus on rigorous academic standards coupled with a broad and balanced curriculum, the school delivers an education for the twenty-first century.


The School’s six core values: Happiness, Reflectiveness, Community, Resilience, Teamwork and Relationships run like a vein through the community.  They help guide behaviour and actions so that they are in alignment with the school’s beliefs and brings the community together.


The School’s emphasis on educating the whole child is supported by a wide-ranging enrichment programme.  Activities include chess, dance, horse riding, drama, water sports and modern pentathlon and the school is always keen to find new opportunities for children to fulfil their potential.


Innovative and committed staff are the school’s most valuable resource and there is a strong culture of continuing professional development with staff regularly attending external courses, as well as weekly after school workshops and sharing best practice. 


Staff embrace the different learning styles of children and incorporate varied approaches into lessons.  The result is that children may spend a day being Vikings, visiting a Celtic farm, creating maths games to bolster understanding of probability or fractions or cooking during science to reinforce the difference between physical and chemical changes.  

A building housing a state of the art Music School, spacious and light rooms for Art and DT and a new Modern Foreign Languages Department provide children with opportunities in performing and creative arts.  The School’s superb teaching facilities are complemented by excellent sports amenities including a heated indoor swimming pool, a large sports hall with indoor cricket nets and provision for football, netball and basketball, a gymnasium, a climbing wall, Aeroball and several pitches. 

The Woodland Learning Area is an inspirational educational environment which gives younger children the freedom to explore nature in a hands-on and child-led approach.  This helps build confidence, independence and self-esteem as well as giving children new life skills.

If you would like to discover more about all that Yateley Manor has to offer please email registrar@yateleymanor.com or telephone 01252 405500.


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