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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!




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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.