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Greenslade is a successful, friendly and vibrant inner city school with a diverse balance of amazing children who aspire to be the very best they can be. Relationships are a great strength and the welcoming, inclusive nature of our very supportive community enables everyone to be truly valued and respected. Our curriculum is relevant and challenging. Our children are engaged inspired and motivated. They love to learn and behave well.
The wonderful balance of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds of our children ensures that they learn as part of an extremely well mixed group. Our philosophy of valuing the contribution of each member of our community means that we work in a positive environment in which people feel proud of their achievements, are respected for their opinions and strive toward their next step for improvement. We are passionate about our children having access to learning experiences of the highest quality in all areas and at all ages, learning using styles that reflect their differing needs. Behaviour at our school is very good and our children love to learn and enjoy coming to school. Click here to read more...
A big 'Thank You' to everyone who participated in our World Book Day activities. Through your donations and the book sale we collected £265.27, which will be sent to the charity 'Book Aid International' who send books to less fortunate children across the world.
Pedestrian access to school premises Please note that the pedestrian gate in Erindale is locked between 9.15am and 3.15pm and all school visitors should use the access gate in Plumstead Common Road during those times. Before 9.15am and after 3.15pm both gates can be used. This is for the safety of our pupils during the school day. Thank you for your patience and understanding
A huge thank you to all our parents, carers and family members who came to support and watch our KS2 pupils perform 'Mary Poppins' at Plumstead Manor this week. What fantastic performances our children gave! I would also like to thank you for the donations to the homeless charity Shelter - a cheque for £100.71 has been sent to the charity.
A huge thank you to Karen & Beccy from the NSPCC who spoke to the whole school this morning about keeping safe and the Childline facility. We sent home some information about the NSPCC 'Speak out. Stay safe.' programme last week, but if you would like further information or advice please visit their website www.nspcc.org.uk/buddy
Our SENCO at Greenslade Primary School is Helen Forbes-Green. Please click here to email her.