We need a great EYFS teacher to work alongside our talented Early Years staff next academic year. See the here for more details.
The following arrangements are put into operation at Green Top, during days when we experience disruption caused by severe snow or extreme weather.
- A text will be sent to parents by 7.30am if the school is going to close.
- The closure will be also be posted on the school website.
- If conditions deteriorate during a school day a decision may be made to close the school early. A text will always be sent parents to inform them of any changes and arrangements for early collection to be confirmed.
- If you do not hear from the school then assume it is a normal day and we are OPEN
- If we are open but pathways and drives are of concern, then we will send a text requesting support from parents to help Alan to clear these areas.
Thank you in advance for your support with this.
Aspirations Week begins Monday 19th March and it will be dedicated to inspiring our children to be the best they can be now and in the future.
The week will involve the children completing activities centred around money matters, a healthy lifestyle and having the opportunity to think about what they would like to be when they grow up. Throughout the week, children will also be thinking about skills and attributes which they will need to succeed and thrive in life, learning and work.
One of our sessions will involve identifying how all families are different and that different is good! Don’t forget to send a family photograph or collage of photographs to be shared with your child’s class. This will then be displayed in your child’s classroom as part of a whole class display.
‘Sport Relief’ activities will also take place on the Thursday morning. Children are invited to wear something read in return for a £1 donation. The School Council will also be running a bun sale. Please bring any buns to school for the fundraiser on Thursday morning. Buns will be on sale later that day for 50p each.
We look forward to sharing our learning with you on our class blogs.
Thank you to all the parents, carers and children who attended our movie night. We had great fun sharing our films and our learning over this theme. We are very proud of the children’s confidence and ability in front of the camera as we all know how hard it can be! We have uploaded the clips for you to enjoy again!
We have relaunched our Attendance Challenge this half term rather than giving a £100 to the class with the best each term we are now giving £10 to the class with the best attendance each week (if there is a tie the matching winning classes will get £5). This has been a huge hit with the children.
So far class 3 and class 12 have won £10 to spend as they choose. Both classes are saving their money for a bigger reward. Watch the class blogs to see how they choose to spend their money!
We are delighted to inform parents that from Monday 12th March, nursery sessions will once again be held in the new nursery renamed ‘The Lilies’. Miss Carter and her team are so excited to be able to get into this new learning space.
How many books have you read this school year? How many tests have you taken and passed? What is your average time spent reading each day?
These boys have excellent pass rates this week and have improved the time they spend reading each day.
Who will be our super readers next week?
Are you reading at home?
Well done class 13 – keep coming to school!
Keep using Frog Learning at home. Who will be the ‘time spent’ winners next week?