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Bhaktivedanta Manor School is a unique independent primary school which aims to develop a child’s full academic, spiritual and moral potential. We believe in delivering a high standard of education and preparing pupils to become individuals of sound character, behaviour and competence.
“Bhaktivedanta Manor is a good school with outstanding provisions for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. The school successfully meets it’s aims to encourage the achievement of pupils gaining self esteem, self confidence and integrity within themselves through self discipline.” Ofsted Report (May 2008)
“A personal school that makes a vital contribution to a child’s spiritual, moral, academic, social and cultural development.”
To nurture learned, self-assured and Krishna Conscious children, individually equipped to realise their potentials and to apply their learning in life.
To realise our vision and mission, the School promotes six ideals namely: Joyful Spiritual Experience Academic Achievement Positive Self-Image Flourishing Environment Exemplary Learning & Teaching Supportive, Collaborative Leadership
The School aims to promote perception of the Divine (Krishna), especially through the consistent application of policies, and to engender in pupils the following five virtues: Positive Interest in Life Respect and Self-Control Honesty and Responsibility Courage and Confidence Care and Kindness
Vegetarianism, Retreats and more
Can a vegetarian diet improve or restore health?
Since the 1960s, scientists have suspected that a meat-based diet is somehow related to the development of arteriosclerosis and heart disease.
Lake Island Retreats
Discover your relationship with your body, mind and soul. Includes Yoga, meditation, massage options, walking and Eastern philosophy.
Hare Krishna Island
The island is 7 miles from Belturbet in north Co. Cavan and 7 miles from Lisnaskea in south Co. Fermanagh
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