On Tuesday 16th July, the whole school took part in the Greenfields'...
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  • Last week all Key Stage 2 classes have had some excellent opportunities to have free visits to the cinema as part of the Into Film Festival. As stated on www.intofilm.org, the Into Film Festival
  • Our girls football team competed in two mini tournaments this week. On Thursday the girls went along with Mrs Wensley and Miss Bayes to take part in a tournament at Tresham College against nine other
  • After almost 50 hours of preparation, Year 5’s budding thespians finally put on a spectacular performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the Corby Cube. Not only did the children’s confidence soar in
  • Last Friday we had an excellent day supporting the hard-working charity, Children in Need. Children and staff came to school dressed in spots and donating £1 for the charity. Many also donated some
  • On Tuesday, Year 6 had a local trip to the Manor House Museum and St Peter & St Paul Church in Kettering to learn about British History. The museum had a very relevant exhibition on show called
  • Sandra Appleby, Claire Tyrrell-Smith and Hannah Shrive were honoured to attend the Changemaker Awards Dinner in Northampton on Monday evening, as Greenfields Primary School & Nursery were
  • During Art Club on Monday, the children were learning about and considering Remembrance Day. After learning about the symbolism of the poppy, the children then made their own poppy themed work of art
  • Year 3 spent Thursday morning visiting Kettering Alfred East art gallery. They were lucky enough to explore the art gallery which featured famous paintings and intriguing sculptures. They then had
  • A new group of children have started Horse Riding lessons this week at the Red Piece Equestrian in Brigstock. During the term of lessons, the children will learn how to ride a horse and how to care
  • It was excellent to have so many parents in school last Monday afternoon for our ‘Look at Our Lovely Learning’ (LOLL) event. Children were so proud to show their parents all the incredible work they

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