This time is always a busy time at Green Lane. There is so much that happens during the seven weeks that lead to the Christmas holidays.
The half-term began with Parental Interviews. Parents had a chance to speak to class teachers and find out how their children were doing, what they need to do next and how they are behaving. Approximately 95% of the parents attended the meetings. You can see what parents have to say about these sessions in the Parental Interviews Survey Analysis.
The last of the classes had their Parent Stay and Learn sessions during this half-term as well. They all were a great success with approximately 350 parents taking part from Reception to Year 6. 100% of the parents that completed the survey said that they would recommend these sessions to other parents. Read the wonderful comments here.
Year 6 children took their annual adventure residential this half-term. There were lots of very exciting activities and the children grew in maturity and self-confidence. You can read all about what happened in the academy blog.
GLPA takes bullying seriously and we believe the key against bullying is education. The week of the 16th November was Anti-Bullying Week. Have a read of the class blogs to see what went on during the week.
The final totals for the NSPCC fundraising was announced with £2,089.78!
Then we can’t forget the 11 Christmas performances that were held by EYFS, KS1 and LKS2! There was brilliant singing, dancing and acting! All of the shows were a hit! In addition, more than £600 of donations were collected for the charities supported by the Yorkshire Rows. You can follow their Atlantic journey on their own blog.
This is only a little taste of what has happened!
We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing everyone on the 4th January when we return to school from the holidays!