School Life

Greenfield is a school filled with opportunities for children to discover their individual talents and passions.

In addition to a robust academic offering that prepares children of all abilities for the next stage of their educational journey, every Greenfield pupil is provided with the tools and resources to help them develop into well-rounded, confident individuals who have strong sense of self.

Broad curriculum

In addition to Mathematics, English and Science, we teach History, Geography, Drama, PE, Music, Art, Design & Technology, RE, Drama, Dance, ICT/Computing, Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning, PSHE, Topic, Life Skills, Understanding the World, Swimming, Gymnastics, STEM, French and Forest School. We introduce specialist teaching at the very earliest stage and build upon this as the children transition through the areas of the school:

Little School Nursery – Early Years Foundation Stage; specialist music, dance and PE lessons, Forest School

Reception – Early Years Foundation Stage; specialist music, dance and PE lessons

Lower School – Key Stage 1: Maths, English, Science, History, Geography, RE, PE, Dance (Y1 only), Swimming, Topic, Art, French, Music, Drama, PSHE, Computing, Forest School

Middle School – Key Stage 2: Maths, English, Science, History, Geography, RE, PE, Art, French, Music, Drama, PSHE, Life Skills (Y3 only), Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning (Y 4-6), Understanding the World, Gymnastics, Computing, DT, Forest School

Upper School – Key Stage 2: Maths, English, Science, History, Geography, RE, PE, Art, French, Music, Drama, PSHE, Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning (Y 4-6), Understanding the World, Gymnastics, Computing, DT, Forest School

Other Opportunities

There are great many other opportunities that take place in addition to our timetabled curriculum lessons and offer Greenfield pupils added value Beyond the Classroom.

Fantastic Clubs Timetable

There are over 100 club sessions on offer every week and these are available to children in Robins (pre-Reception) through to Year 6. Lunchtime clubs offer children the chance to use their lunch break to try out a new activity, such as basketball, or perfect a skill they hone outside of school like ballet.

In addition to clubs, we have a brilliant wrap-around care offering that is led by Greenfield staff, meaning that the children are well-known to the session leaders. Breakfast Club opens at 7:30am and the last collection is at 6pm Monday to Friday. Breakfast and Tea are prepared by our contract caterers and all dietary requirements are taken into account.

Read more about our club and wrap-around care provision.

Life At Greenfield