Green Top behaviour policy

This week we launch our behaviour policy, following on from the feedback from staff, parents and children. You will begin to notice the replacement of house points with howl points and the additions made around crew kindness and rewards for those children who show consistently great and awesome howls.

Please find the revised and final copy of our behaviour policy in our ‘policies’ tab, under the ‘about’ drop down menu, on the front page of the school website.

Thanks Mrs Salter

A tribute to Alan

Today we wear our sports wear to remember Alan Finley.

We have put together a small tribute to Alan…

As Mr Butler wrote to our community two years ago…

Alan was an amazing man. More than a caretaker, he was a friend to all staff, a smile for all parents and most of all a champion for all children. His love for Leicester City, sketching and horse racing will always stay with us. But it’s his total dedication to the community of Green Top which will never be matched again. He was a true Green Top Legend. #crewGreentop #alwaysGreentop #always4Alan

Alan would be so proud of us all!

Community Crew Role Model 💫

This weekend, when I received an email from Freya explaining what she has been doing to help our local community, I was incredibly proud! Freya has shown lots of compassion and brilliant crew traits by ‘being kind’ and litter picking around Thorne.

Freya commented:

We got a new puppy and realised when we were taking him for a walk, there is lots of litter on the floor. My dog would try and eat it, which we obviously don’t want him to do because it is dangerous and could make him poorly. We got in touch with Doncaster council and they sent us some litter pickers, safety gloves, high vis vests and bags. We now pick up what we can around our neighbourhood.

What an excellent role model to our Crew and school and what a very lucky puppy you have having you to look after him! Well done Super star! 100 Howl Points!! 💫


I would just like to give a big shoutout to Sophia for her amazing model that she created at home to demonstrate the impact of forest fires and deforestation. This is awesome Sophia and shows your brilliant understanding of our Expedition! I’m super proud – Well done ⭐️⭐️


Class 12’s budding scientists!

This week class 12 have been investigating changes of state. Principally, how a solid changes into a liquid. We started by looking at when chocolate melts. Later, we got the thermometers out and observed at what temperature a change of state occurs. I’m so impressed with the thoughtful predictions and conclusions the children have come up with as well as their accurate use of thermometers.