Charities & Fundraising

Manor Way Primary have been proud to support the events below.

Extracts from the Newsletters


Newsletter 27th September 2019

What a great week, it has simply flown by with our Harvest Assembly ending the week in style! A huge thank you to everyone for your very generous donations. Reverend David Bell came to collect the donations to take them to the Black Country Foodbank on our behalf


Newsletter 15th Ferbruary 2019

Miss Buffery received a letter from Lily, Ellie and Hattie asking if they could organise a bake sale and donate the profits to the RSPCA. The girls have shared their idea with the school
today in praise assembly and they are holding a bake sale on Monday 25th February at breaktime. 

If you would like to bake a cake or bring in any cakes to support their great idea the this would go towards raising money for the RSPCA.

The girls are getting in touch with the RSPCA and we hope to have a visit from them soon. Cakes will be 50p so bring your pennies in on the first Monday back. Well done girls on thinking about others and leading this initiative. We are very proud of you.

Newsletter November 2018

Children in Need We have raised an absolute massive amount of £1,686.69!! We can’t believe it!! (compared to last year at only £190!) We would like to thank everyone for their donations and to say a big WELL DONE to all of the children for silent discoing! Congratulations to Kanhaiya and his family for raising the highest amount of a whopping £230! He has won the family cinema tickets, we hope you enjoy the film.

Newsletter 22nd June 2018

Soccer Aid Fundraiser I would like to say a humongous ‘thank you’ to everyone for their spectacular effort on our Soccer Aid Day. Your generosity has meant that we have raised £274.68! This is absolutely fantastic and just shows how kind and caring you all are. We were joined by Baggie Bird for part of the morning, which was great fun (no, it was not Mrs Drew!) and Villa have kindly donated some raffle prizes. It’s lovely to see our local teams get involved. Sports Plus also provided us with a giant inflatable goal which was a wonderful success. As you’ll know by now, sadly our results weren’t a prediction of the real World Cup and our winning team of Morocco have already been knocked out. Good luck to everyone still left in our sweepstake...could football really be coming home? I would just like to end by expressing my gratitude to everyone that supported my crazy idea. We pulled it off, had fun and raised money for charity, so it was all worth it in the end! Many thanks, Mrs Turton (June 22nd 2018)


Newsletter 1st December 2017

Children in Need We are pleased to announce that we have raised £190.00 for Children in Need. (Dec 1st 2017)

Newsletter 3rd November 2017

Class 5 would like to invite you to their class assembly on Friday 10th November 2017. They will be hosting a remembrance service of their own. The assembly will begin at 2.30pm and will be followed by a normal praise assembly. Poppies will be on sale prior to this event. We warmly welcome all those who wish to join us for this service. Looking forward to seeing you all there! Mr Perrin.


Newsletter 10th November 2017

Thank you for your tremendous support with the annual Remembrance Service. Class 5 and Mr. Perrin would like to thank you the members of the Kings Norton Youth Marching Band for their assistance in making the service a success. Additionally, thank you all for supporting the Royal British Legion with your donations to the Poppy Appeal. We will get back to you very soon with the total amount raised. Finally, we wish you a peaceful Remembrance Sunday.


The Dogs Trust November 2017

Thank you for your contributions to the chosen charity of the Junior Leadership team. We have raised £110 for the Dogs Trust.


November 17th Newsletter 2017

Children in Need 

A huge thank you and a couple of pictures to share our Children in Need Day Challenge. We will add up the change and let you know next week which child won the goody bag for making the closest guess to the total. Well done to children for being super spotty!


Dress up as a lion to raise money for Molly Olly charity March 2017

We dressed up as lions to support the Molly Olly charity The founder of the charity joined us on this, he is an inspirational man who is undertaking a rowing challenge around the west coast of Britain along with a big lion called Olly! 

We are pleased to report that we raised £170 for this charity.


Poppy Appeal November 2016

Thank you for your contributions to this year's Poppy Appeal, we hope to update you with the total raised as soon as we receive notification.




Manor Way Primary Academy
Brier Mill Road,
West Midlands.
B63 3HA
Telephone: 0121 272 7310