Updates

 

The time has come to say farewell to Mrs. Warren as she heads to bonnie Scotland!

Thank-you to our children and parents for making Mrs. Warren's leaving a special, special celebration of her time here at Greenacres.

It has been a most memorable send off - particularly due to our secret flash-mob! You can check out the video under our 'Events' tab.

We'd like to wish you all a great summer, a special good luck to Turquoise class in their new secondary schools - and again a fond farewell to our Mrs. Warren!

 

We'd like to thank all our parents for their patience whilst the building works took place on the dining hall.

 

Proving well worth the wait, the children can now enjoy their school meals amongst more of their peers, making lunch times much easier for all! We've even improved the way lunch is served - by making sure that all food can be seen by the children, we've been able to entice them into making healthier selections.

 

Chloe Year 6: "I like the new menu because it gives you so many options, I like that you can now see all the food whilst you're lining up, it looks really tasty!"

Welcome to Greenacres Primary School

I am extremely pleased that you are showing an interest in Greenacres Primary School for your child. We pride ourselves in being a fully active community school where the importance of children’s wellbeing is a fundamental part of their learning.

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Vision and Values

We at Greenacres Primary School and Early Years' Centre strive to promote a positive attitude to learning and relationships, leading to the best possible outcomes for all.

 

We pride ourselves on being a central part of the local community where everyone can fully apply themselves to ensure that all children and their families have access to high quality learning and support.

 

We encourage independence in an environment where everyone feels safe to make mistakes and shows support and empathy for each other.

 

We believe in a fully inclusive attitude to all, empowering children and adults alike to respect and value each other, become independent learners and take responsibility for the world in which we live.