Starting Reception in September 2024
“Children in early years get off to an impressive start” (Ofsted Early Years Outstanding, October 2022)
Welcome to Greenleaf Primary School, we are pleased that you are considering applying for a Reception place for your child. Starting school is an exciting time for children and here at Greenleaf we want to ensure that you have all the information you need to make an informed choice.
Please do explore our website for more details, if you have further questions please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.
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Reception Open Mornings for Prospective Parents
We will be hosting our open mornings in Autumn. This includes a presentation from the Head Teacher and school leadership team followed by a school tour where you will be able to see the school in action.
Our open mornings this year, will take place on the following dates:
Thursday 2nd November at 9:30am - Places now available
Tuesday 7th November at 9:30 am - Places now available
Monday 4th December at 9:30 am - Places now available
If you are unable to attend one of the open mornings, we have availability for a school tour on:
- Monday 18th December at 9:30am
If you are interested in attending any of these mornings then please email our school office and let us know which date you would like and include your name, number of places required and a contact number.
Our email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
School Prospectus 2023-2024
Read our school prospectus, to find out more about us:
We are very proud of our music offer here in Greenleaf. - See what instruments the children learn to play in our school. We also offer music tuition in school too.
All children have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument, through our collaboration with the Waltham Forest Music Service:
- Recorder in Year 3
- Ukulele in Year 4
- Samba drums in Year 5
- Steel pans in Year 6
Partnership with the Barbican
We have worked closely with the Barbican to support our performing arts in school. The children wrote poetry based on the work of Michael Rosen and these poems were then turned into animation.