Carr Manor Community School

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Carr Manor Community School
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Established 1992
Type Community school
Headteacher Simon Flowers
Location Carr Manor Road
Leeds
West Yorkshire
LS17 5DJ
England
Local authority City of Leeds
Gender Coeducational
Ages 4–18
Website School website

Carr Manor Community School (formerly Carr Manor High School) is an all-through school and sixth form in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England for pupils aged 4 to 18. It was formed from a merger of Lawrence Oates Middle School and Stainbeck High School in 1992 under headmaster Terry Burgon.[1]

For the new school year in September 2006, as part of a reorganisation of secondary education in Leeds, the school was rebuilt with new staff and a new headmaster, Simon Flowers. Carr Manor was set to lose its sixth form but gain extra buildings,[2] however, the school retained its sixth form along with a new building. The school was earmarked for closure before the new school was built. However, after opposition from politicians, parents, staff and pupils, a new school was built to replace the old two buildings.[3][4] The school was officially opened by Rt. Hon. Tony Blair, Prime Minister on 15 March 2007.[5] The school opened a primary phase in 2012.

In 2014 the school federated with Wetherby High School

Academic standards[edit]

In the November 2005 Ofsted inspection the school was rated 'Satisfactory' Grade 3, on a four point scale. This reflected the low standards of attainment of the students before their entry to the school.[6]

However, in March 2006 the school was rated amongst the 100 most improved schools in the country.[7]

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