View our latest day in the life of our school video here. A group of our children worked on the creative content of this film and they put together a storyboard and were involved in all aspects of the production, we all hope you enjoy it!
Take a few moments to watch our new film capturing the day in a life of our school. It will give you a flavour of what we are all about through the eyes of our children.
It is with great pleasure that I can share the good news that Green Meadow Primary School will operate as a Stand Alone Academy from January 1st 2015. As you are aware normal school procedures and practice will remain the same. Thank you for your support at this exciting new phase of our school development.
Please take a look at our End of Year Newsletter. http://www.greenmeadowprimaryschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/NEWSLETTER-JULY-EofY16.pdf
Once again our annual Sports Events were a great success. We held the Infants event on Wednesday 13th July and the Junior event on Thursday 14th July 2016. Both events were attended by lots of parents/ family member and the weather was kind to us all this year. Well done to all the children who took part […]
On Monday 18th July, Year 6 were lucky enough to visit the West Midlands Safari Park. We went on a safari on the coach and learnt lots of interesting facts about the animals from our guide, we even saw the baby rhino! After lunch, we were able to meet lots of animals such as a […]
For the past 4 weeks, some Year 5 children have had the fantastic opportunity to attend familiarisation sessions at King Edwards VI Five Ways School with Miss Evans. As part of this, they have done work on verbal and non-verbal reasoning and fun collaboration activities to help with their 11+ exams. They have represented Green […]
Over the last few weeks, some lucky Year 5 and 6 children have had the exciting opportunity to take part in an art project. Following the success of ‘The Big Hoot’, benches have been produced in the shape of an open book to celebrate The Big Read. The theme for Green Meadow’s bench was stories […]