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  • On Friday 26th April, Year 5 enjoyed showcasing their A Midsummer Night’s Dream opera at Nevill Holt theatre alongside other DRET Primary Schools. They did the school proud as they sang fantastically
  • On Thursday afternoon, the Year 3 and 4 Hockey team went to Bishop Stopford School and took part in a district tournament. They played a total of 5 pool games and came out in 1st place which meant
  • Year Two have had a super fun-filled week last week! They began their week with a WOW day on Tuesday, getting into the role of the Romans. The children spent the day learning about life as a Roman
  • To kick off their new term’s topic, Stone Age, Dragonflies and Busy Bees have been engaging in a variety of Stone Age themed activities. In Forest School they were introduced to their new story, Cave
  • Last Tuesday, all children who have behaved impeccably this term had a really fun, Easter themed reward. They entered the playground to find a selection of clues, leading them to a surprise. The
  • On Thursday 4th April, 37 very excited Year 3 and 4 children headed over to Irthlingborough for their Rock UK residential. For some of the children it was quite a nerve-racking experience as this was
  • The last week of last term was Healthy Eating Week at Greenfields and at every other DRET Primary School. Each class were getting up to a variety of fun activities to help develop their understanding
  • Two new Parent Governors have recently been appointed to join the Greenfields Governing Body. Read below all about them and be sure to say hello to them if you see them around school. Gemma Lovegrove
  • On Tuesday, the Greenfields Netball and Football teams went to Malcolm Arnold Academy to take part in the DRET Primary Cup. Both teams played pool matches in the morning; the netball team came 2nd in
  • On Monday 25th March, a musical group of Year Five children travelled to Lodge Park Academy and performed a stunning song and dance as part of their Shakespeare Opera project to over a hundred

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