Greenfield Primary School

Welcome to Greenfield Primary School.


Oldham Libraries may be shut but children and adults can still get FREE ebooks, audiobooks, magazines straight to a phone, laptop or tablet, as well as websites that can help with learning from home.

You can download BorrowBox, RB Digital and uLibrary Apps 

* BorrowBox for audio and ebooks

* ULibrary for audiobooks

* RB Digital for magazines, ebooks and audiobooks

See images below for further support on using apps


If you or your child are already library members but need help logging in. 

Forgotten number?

Need help downloading books?

Overdue books? 

Email: if you need any help.

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Please keep up-to-date with this page as this is where we will share lots of useful websites and photos of what our key worker children have been up to whilst in school.  

Please keep logging onto Purple Mash as your teacher will be setting activities for you to complete on there and we can also email you with updates and keeping in touch messages.

Please send any pictures of things you've been up to at home through the Purple Mash Emails and we can share them on this page too.

Keep safe everybody x

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Curriculum Overview 



Our curriculum has been designed to promote and sustain a thirst for knowledge and understanding and a love of learning.  We intend to cover a wide range of subjects and provide opportunities for academic, creative and sporting excellence.  Emphasis will be placed on acquiring, developing and applying core skills in reading, writing, communication and mathematics.




At Greenfield Primary School, after a discussion and analysis of our children’s backgrounds, experiences and culture we are implementing a broad and balanced curriculum ensuring excellence and enjoyment underpins every subject. We are working in all areas of learning to promote opportunities to enable our children to successfully meet the challenges of the next stage of their education and beyond.



 Children have experienced a broad and balanced curriculum allowing them to have widened and deepened their essential knowledge, skills, understanding and learning behaviours enabling them to meet the challenges of the next step of their education.