NURTURE INSPIRE FLOURISH

 

 

Greenfield School is a church school

Our Christian ethos: nurture, inspire, flourish; underpinned by Jesus' mustard seed parable - the smallest of seeds when planted becomes the greatest of trees (Mt13v31-32).   We nurture each other while growing in confidence, knowledge and character; we inspire creativity and support relationships and resilience to enable our community to flourish.

An amazing dance was performed at both Easter services by our year 3s this year telling the Easter story.

A huge thank you to Laura from Premier Sport who worked with our children to develop the dance.

We have strong Christian values that are well established in our school and we aim to be a caring, considerate and thoughtful community.  We are embarking on some exciting new ventures with the church where our children are looking forward to supporting some of the services.  Children will be making poppy wreaths and presenting them at the Remembrance service on Sunday 10th November and some of our children will be leading a Christingle service this year on Sunday 1st December.  Members of the church are helping us to introduce Worship Leaders in our school and also to run a choir club.

We are a Values Based Education school  
For more information visit our Values page.

Our Value for December is Sharing.

 Here are some of the comments about our schools from a recent parent survey 

"A lovely school with amazing teachers, my daughter absolutely loves it."

"All staff have time for you and really care about the children.  Reception year is a great start to education and by year 4 they have developed skills for the next stage in their education."

"The transition from Ducklings to Robins was fantastic even with a new teacher I feel it couldn't have gone better."

"We are happy that our child feels happy, safe and accesses a good curriculum at the school."

"My children are new to the school and they have been welcomed very well.  They come home every day happy and excited to tell us about their fun day."

 

(September 2019)