Plumstead Manor School

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Plumstead Manor School
Established 1913
Type Community school
Interim Head Teacher Mr Douglas Greig
Location Old Mill Road
Greater London
SE18 1QF
England Coordinates: 51°28′55″N 0°05′05″E / 51.48201°N 0.08468°E / 51.48201; 0.08468
Local authority Greenwich
DfE number 203/4130
DfE URN 100183 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Girls
Ages 11–19

Plumstead Manor School is a secondary school and sixth form for girls, located next to Plumstead Common in the Plumstead area of the Royal Borough of Greenwich in London, England.[1] It is a community school controlled by Greenwich London Borough Council.

The school was originally founded as Plumstead County School for Girls in 1913. The school was later renamed Kings Warren Grammar School. The school became comprehensive in 1967, being renamed to Plumstead Manor School. The school was enlarged in the 1970s, and new additional buildings were opened at the school in 2013.

Plumstead Manor School offers GCSEs, BTECs and vocational courses as programmes of study for pupils. Students in the sixth form have the option of studying from a range of A Levels as well as further BTECs.

Notable former pupils[edit]

Notable former teachers[edit]

  • Nicholas Day, actor who was a drama teacher at the school in the early 1980s


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