Miss Salter, Mrs Jackson and a team of children have led the learning of teachers from around the world today. They were all amazed by the quality of Learning which happens at Green Top.
Freya, Ava and Sophia are looking forward to talking to 100 delegates at the first ever XPosé conference at XP today.
We’ll be there soon!
In preparation for our Learning Conference today, we have created a short clip to remind us of how amazing our Y5/6 Space lectures were in the Autumn Term. Click here to view.
The KS2 girls football team played Marshland this afternoon! Both teams played extremely well and were a credit to their schools. With an equaliser scored in the last minutes of the second half, we faced penalties! All the girls played awesome and we managed to win 2:1 on penalties. As always, all the girls played their best and I couldn’t be more proud that they achieved the win they’ve deserved for so long! Keep up the hard work girls, you are improving as a team every week!
Photo’s to follow.
Three of our year 6’s Daisy, Frankie and Dylan have done an amazing job at promoting our 10 day active challenge!
Remember to take part by walking to school and joining in with our daily mile run!
Year 5/6 enjoyed taking part in a Viking treasure hunt today for family learning. They had to discover all of the runes before breaking the code and then discover the Viking God. Once they had done this, they had to follow the coordinates to the prize! Everyone involved had great fun and it truly was a fantastic family learning!
Thank you to all those that came and supported (and joined in the fun)!
Ben and his mum would like to thank everyone who supported their bun sale before half term.
The bun sale was to raise money for Tree Top House Sheffield. This is where Ben’s cousin spent 11 weeks due to contracting encephalitis. The Tree Top is a home from home living space where families can have some normality while they stay in hospital with their sick children.
The Mayor, Ros Jones, visited the school today to have a school lunch with the children. As always Michael had created an amazing meal for us all. The children shared their favourite meals with our elected Mayor. The Mayor asked the children their views on their school dinners, their school and what they enjoyed at school. It was a very enjoyable lunch. Thanks to Ros and school catering for organising such a positive experience