Impact of Snow on Green Top

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.

Party Time!


Year 1 all had so much fun this morning at our end of year party. We danced, we ate and now we’re ready for a break! Mrs Wallace, Miss Nolan, Miss Cooper, Mrs Stone and I would like to say a huge thank you for all of our lovely gifts and cards and hope you all have a fabulous Summer! See you in 5 weeks!

Year 5/6 Family Learning

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)!

Viking Trading Market

Class 14 loved being Viking traders today! Each group had a different product to trade and had to build their wealth and their stocks! The Vikings were true traders and showed some great bargaining skills! However, it wasn’t all easy trading. It was a difficult time when the strong winters hit (freezing weapons and tools) and some groups no longer had the ability to produce as many products meaning they had to work extra hard to ensure they had enough to trade!

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A BIG thank you to all the children who came in a range of football shirts from around the world today. Despite poor weather, we still managed our penalty challenge with each class displaying some excellent football skills. We raised an amazing £498 which will be handed over to the amazing volunteers at Eve’s Trust.

Eve’s Trust supports people in our community who are suffering with life-threatening cancer. They provide a wish or dream for people of all ages in their biggest time of need. All money raised today will go directly into help others.

For those with tickets, see you Sunday 3rd June for a 3pm kick off.

Have a great half term!