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At Greenhaugh we understand that children learn in different ways and we treat each child as a unique individual. We provide a rich and varied curriculum in an exciting environment, enhanced by numerous visits and visitors each year, in order to give every child the opportunity to thrive.

We know how important it is for your child to feel happy and secure during the time they are in school, and we are very proud of the excellent relationship that we have with North Tynies.

As part of their sessions, Pre-School and Reception children work together, enjoying a variety of activities specifically designed for their ages and abilities.
Staff plan together and then meet up on a regular basis to discuss each child’s progress and their next steps.

We learn to read using the Read Write Inc phonics programme.
The school library is full of books to entertain and inspire young readers
Greenhaugh loves art and the opportunity to learn through creative projects

During the summer term, we invite all children who will be starting in the September, to stay for a few afternoon sessions following their morning with Pre-School, and end with a full day at the start of July.

Children become used to the routines, including lunchtimes, so that when they start in September they are completely prepared and settle quickly.

Parents will also be invited into school towards the end of July to meet Mrs Wise, to learn more about what their child will be doing in school once they start and to buy uniform ready for September.

Once children have started school, parents are invited in for an informal session looking at how we teach phonics and maths. It is also a chance to ask any questions about your child’s time in school so far.
Parents wishing to apply for a place for their child to attend school at Greenhaugh Primary School, will need to use the online system found at:

The online portal for admission to full-time education in September 2020 closed on 15th January 2020.