Our School Vision

Respect — Inspire — Achieve


Greenslade is a vibrant and creative learning community where we aspire to be the best we can be. We aim to maximise achievement for all our children by inspiring them with a relevant and challenging curriculum that is skilfully taught using a wide range of learning styles. We are absolutely determined that every single one of our children succeeds and that they learn in an environment in which they feel respected, valued and safe. Our children are confident to take risks and we encourage them to learn from their mistakes.

We hold very high expectations of behaviour, attitude and achievement.

Our ambition is that our children become independent and autonomous, lifelong learners who can work collaboratively and who see no ceiling to their aspirations. We want our children to make a positive long term contribution to our community and society.

Greenslade is a place where children and adults work together to celebrate each other’s similarities and differences. We are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all, to valuing and treating every adult and child with equal respect regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, faith, ability, disability, culture or socio economic group. Discrimination of any kind is unacceptable and is challenged.

We offer:

  • A vibrant, friendly, and inclusive community
  • An exciting, positive ethos where we celebrate success at all levels
  • An enthusiastic, engaged and well behaved group of children who love to learn
  • A rich, inspiring curriculum and learning environment
  • A creative and collaborative approach to learning
  • A reflective and committed staff team
  • A desire for continued improvement and further development

At Greenslade we believe that children achieve best when they are:

  • Valued, safe and secure
  • Challenged, motivated and inspired
  • Are in a stimulating, attractive well organised learning environment
  • Active, engaged and confident to take risks and learn from their mistakes
  • Able to work independently and collaboratively
  • Have the support of their wider community
  • Experience honesty, consistency and positivity from adults