At Greenfield we want every child to achieve. We have a full and thorough offer of support for our children and work closely with parents and carers to ensure that support for learning continues at home too.
We track the performance of all pupils, challenge lack of progress and intervene to ensure attainment gaps are closed. Our results show that children make exceptional progress in their time here, and we are proud that they leave us with a real thirst for learning!
Through a rich curricular and extracurricular programme, and strong links with the community, we will help each child discover and develop their talents and interests.
We will use every appropriate opportunity to unify our school community and develop a whole school culture of success.
We know that parental involvement is key to successful outcomes for children; parents are regularly invited into school to be part of their children’s learning journeys and share in their successes.
Our school council, ‘The school speakers’ meet weekly to feed back the views of children and we regularly ask for parent views and involvement to enable us to make our school a better place for our learners and their families.
Religious Education and Philosophy
We are a non-denominational school. Religious Education is taught according to the locally agreed syllabus and incorporates the six main world faiths.
Collective thinking time takes place daily and invites your child to take time to discuss and reflect on a wide range of social, moral, spiritual and cultural issues.
We use ‘philosophy for children’ as an approach to encourage reflection and discussion about life’s bigger questions – this happens both within lessons and at assembly times.
If you would like to withdraw your child from collective worship or celebration of cultural or global events please write a letter to the Headteacher. A meeting will be set up to discuss your request and, if you wish, alternative arrangements can be made for your child during these times.