Little Interview 2015

Ash Manor Schools Annual Award ceremony took place on 26th of March to recognise the achievements of pupils in a particular subject or activity. This year 76 individual awards were given out across all subjects rewarding success, aspiration, achievement, endeavour and commitment. Guests of Honour at the presentation evening were Mayor of Guildford, Councillor David… Read More


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The annual Award Ceremony at Ash Manor School took place on the evening of Thursday 3rd of April to celebrate the many achievements of the pupils last year. Trophies and awards were handed out for all the educational disciplines in each school year group as well as for transition, achievement, endeavour, sports, music, community, commitment,… Read More


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Mackenzie Smith are proud to be sponsoring Ash Manor School’s impressive ‘Ashtival’ festival, a bigger and better end of year concert, which took place on a scorching Saturday 13th July 2013. Visiting the school while they were setting up the anticipation was palpable, or maybe it was the heat, but underneath it all looked to… Read More


My typical Monday morning would usually involve a long list of people to call and numerous emails to respond to but this particular Monday morning was something quite different from the norm. Its been about 20 years since I sat at a desk in a school sports hall and if my memory serves me right it was a particularly challenging… Read More


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The annual Award Ceremony at Ash Manor School took place on the evening of Thursday 15th November to celebrate the many achievements of the pupils this year. Conducted in the presence of guests Councillor Jennifer Jordan, the Mayor of Guildford and Mr Paul Marcus, Managing Director of Eagle Radio, there were many a proud parent… Read More


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On Saturday 23rd June Ash Manor School held their summer fete. There were many traditional games stalls; penalty shoot out, dinky cars, tombola, guess what’s in the jar, knock down the cans and possibly most popular ‘sponge a teacher’. “As a secondary school it’s quite unusual to have a summer fete but we think it’s… Read More