Greenhill Primary School Careers Site Eteach (20010)
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Overview

School Aims  

Learn, Enjoy and Excel  

  • All pupils are given the opportunity and support to achieve their full potential in an inclusive and supportive environment.
  • Staff work in partnership with parents to support pupils’ learning and development.
  • Priority is given to the acquisition of skills in literacy, numeracy and information technology.
  • Children develop key life skills through practical first hand experiences and a curriculum that reflects the world we live in.
  • Learning is stimulated through the provision of a curriculum that is appropriate, varied and creative.
  • Children are encouraged to step out of their comfort zone and broaden their experiences and expectations.
  • Pupils develop knowledge and skills that will allow them to make informed decisions.
  • Children are supported by staff to develop the confidence to succeed.
  • Pupil achievements are recognised and celebrated.
  • Teaching and learning promotes routes to success and well-being for pupils.

G – grow

R – respect

E – enjoy

E – excel

N – nurture

H – be healthy

I – include

L – listen

L - learn  

About Us

The main priority of staff at Greenhill is to ensure that each pupil achieves their best. We have a full curriculum and enjoy taking the children out on visits and inviting guests, such as artists and musicians, into school. There are lots of clubs for the children to join, from dance to art and crafts, sports and music.

Our pupils range from 3 to 11 years old and we take a maximum of 60 pupils in each year group. At Greenhill all pupils strive to follow The Greenhill Way. Politeness, kindness and showing respect for others are high priorities. Our children are very welcoming and quick to volunteer to help those in need. This year, pupils will be running events to support Children in Need, The Bramley War Memorial, the Save the Tiger campaign and fundraising for our new Crazy Golf course. Look out for updates of their work and success.

Our mascot is Ollie Owl and he features widely in our school’s reward system. The achievements of pupils who persevere, work hard and act as a role model to others are acknowledged at our weekly Praise Assembly.

Our school accommodation is new and of high quality with large, bright classrooms and lots of extra space for quiet study, music lessons and art and craft work. We have two halls and two school libraries as well as extensive grounds for the children to play in, take P.E. lessons and do their gardening.

Working for us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers.

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