Greenfield Primary School

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Whole School Activities

British Science Week 2024

On Monday 11th March, all of the children had the opportunity to come to school dressed as a scientist. Throughout the week, the children then explored the theme of Time. 

Sublime Science

On Thursday 29th September 2022, children from Reception to Year 6 took part in a sublime science. It was a fun creative, informative science session with WOW element!

Here is what the children thought:

The thunderstorm was good’

‘I popped up to the ceiling when the noise banged’


Black History Month

The whole school enjoyed discovering some amazing facts  during Black History Month. Do you like our Art work?

The Winter Wonderland Reading Event

As our first ever reading event at Greenfield Primary School, we are thrilled with the turn out and success of our Winter Wonderland Reading Event. Children from all classes attended the event with their parents, grandparents, other family members and friends to share books and grab a hot chocolate. 

We were able to raise £60 from this event in just 60 minutes which will go towards even more new books for our library space in 2020. Our aim is to continue to refresh our library with up to date, relevant and exciting books for our children, of all ages, to get excited about. We gathered feedback from those who attended the event, both adults and children, and will be using this feedback to inform our future events to ensure that they are successful and beneficial for our children and parents. 


Please see below for some pictures from the event. Our next reading event will be coming up in February so watch this space...

National Poetry Day

3rd October 2019

Each class worked on poetry and poetic style throughout the week and we came together on National Poetry day (Thursday 3rd October) to celebrate what we had been working on through performances.


Here is an example of the performances from the day:


Year 6's Poetry Performances

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Year 6 performed the dinosaur rap as a class and worked on some descriptive, free-verse poetry about winter. Some children used the ideas that we had discussed but developed their own ideas into the theme by looking at changes over time relating to climate change and pollution as well as the transition from autumn into winter.

Road Safety Week 2019 

Greenfield Primary school took part in road safety week. Pupils had an assembly where they discussed the importance of being safe on the roads, whether that is walking, cycling or scooting. 

In KS1/KS2 pupils did work on how to be safe on the roads. Some Classes also had the opportunity to use the new zebra crossing safely, they made sure they STOPPED, LOOKED, LISTENED and THOUGHT before crossing the road. 


There was also a colouring competition for EYFS and KS1 and a road awareness poster in KS2. Take a look at the winners!


Black History Month 

October 2019

Greenfield Primary School has been celebrating black history Month across school. We have looked at the lives of:

EYFS: Garrett Augustus

Year 1: Barack Obama

Year 2: Wilma Rudolph and Mary Seacole

Year 3: Martin Luther King

Year 4: Usian Bolt, Lewis Hamilton and the Williams sisters

Year 5: Mary Angelou

Year 6: Rosa Parks

We has had the pleasure of taking part in African drumming the children loved it!

Quotes from Children:

I liked playing the African drumming

That was the best lesson ever!

My favourite part was the rumble where we hit the drums really loud.

Doing the rain beat was the best!

World Mental Health Day 2019

Greenfield Primary School celebrated World Mental Health Day by all dressing in yellow #Helloyellow, to raise money for the charity Young Minds.

Classes spoke about mental health issues and who is there to support them if they need help. Classes took part in a variety of activities including mindfulness colouring, cosmic yoga and circle time. As well as many more. Take a look below at our fun filled day!


Easter Egg competition and bonnet parade 2019


Pupils in KS1 took part in our annual Easter Bonnet parade, every pupil in reception, Year 1 and Year 2 made a bonnet and paraded them around school for parents and staff. There were some amazing designs and the children have worked super hard on them.

There were 3 winners from each class in 3 categories:


Prettiest: Freddie

Most topical: Toby

Funniest: Lucy

Year 1

Prettiest: Ruby

Most topical: Ava

Funniest: Jacob

Year 2:

Prettiest: George

Most topical: Harry

Funniest: Frank


KS2 children took part in decorating an egg competition, every year we have new creative designs and we were more than impressed this year. Well done!

There were 3 winners from each class in 3 categories:

Year 3

Prettiest: Lucy

Most topical: Miller

Funniest: Millie

Year 4

Prettiest: Georjie

Most topical: Iris

Funniest: Lisa

Year 5:

Prettiest: Antonia

Most topical: Amy

Funniest: Katya

Year 6:

Prettiest: Georgia

Most topical: Olivia

Funniest: Annabelle


Big shout out to PCSO Lee for picking the winners of these competitions.

Thank you!




Easter activities

Colouring competition winners 2019

Here are the winners of our colouring competition to celebrate the building of the new school. The builder of the site struggled to pick the best. Well done no



Muriel Brown, one of the Olympic Torchbearers who carried the flame
between Barnsley and Kexbrough, visited pupils at Greenfield Primary
School on 26th June 2012.

Muriel, age 81, is a great-grandmother from Uppermill. She is the world
champion over 50s 10K runner and has completed 3 marathons. Muriel
talked to all the pupils in an assembly about how she became nominated
and the processes involved. She informed children that the torch weighed
1 Kilo and there are 8,000 circles in the torch representing the 8,000
torchbearers who carry the torch over a total distance of 8,000
miles. Pupils were able to ask Muriel lots of questions and each pupil had
an opportunity to hold the Olympic Torch.