General info

On this page you will find general school information and a list of recommended resources that are helpful for parents, including e-safety updates and help and advice on a variety of issues you might be facing with your child.

School Day Opening Hours

Breakfast club starts daily at 7:45.

Reception to Year 6 compulsory hours of school:
8:45am until 3:15pm.

Nursery

Our Nursery sessions for 15 hours are split-
Monday, Tuesday (all day) and Wednesday morning: Miss Freeman’s Class
Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday (all day): Miss Critchley’s class

Timings:
All day session: 9:00am until 3:15pm.

Wednesday (split day)
Morning session: 8:45am until 11:45am
Afternoon session: 12:15pm until 3:15pm.

After School Clubs

We have a range of after school clubs that last from 3:15 to 4:15 or later on some days.
Here is our latest clubs newsletter.
Please contact the school office to sign up.

We often celebrate the successes children have in our clubs on our blogs so that you can look at photos of what we get up to.

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Our uniform is a Purple Greenfield logo Jumper or cardigan, with white polo shirt underneath and grey or black trousers or skirt. We also ask that children only wear black shoes that are suitable for wear throughout the school day and cover toes.

When starting at the academy, all children receive one set of uniform FREE. Future uniform purchases are subsidised by the academy, a price list can be obtained from Miss Coles at our school reception.

Frogs

Our Friends of Greenfield Parent group meet regularly to fundraise and support the families and children at our school. More information can we found here

Governance

EACT has recently reviewed its governance structure. You can find out more about the new structure and model here. Later this term we will be recruiting parent ambassadors to it on our new advisory boards – we will keep you posted about progress with this.

Resources

Kidsclick search engine (safer than Google as content is filtered)

Kidsmart web resources and games for adults and children to learn about e-safety online together.

  • National Safety Tool – an online tool for schools to give parents advice and tips on preparing their children for adult life on a whole range of issues, including E-safety.

Parent information about E-safety from the NSPCC can be found here or on this regularly updated site: