Greenland Community Primary School takes immense pride in the relationships we have built up with our families and the wider community. We have a shared vision and together; strive ensure that our children have the best opportunities possible.
Listening to the views of our stakeholders is imperative if we are to continue to grow. We have an open door approach and families are welcome to contact staff to share their feedback, comments, and compliments.
Parents are invited to complete a questionnaire at our Parent’s Evening to formally share their views and opinions of our school. To view the results of our most recent questionnaire please click here: Parent Questionnaire Autumn 2019
To view the results of our previous questionnaire please click here:
In March 2019 we ran our first ever Parent Partnership events. These were an opportunity to work with our families to ensure we are best meeting the needs of our children and families. For our school to continue to grow and improve it is essential we work together in an open, two-way relationship. We wanted to give you the opportunity to ask questions and gain a better understanding of how and why we make the decisions we do.
Many thanks to those families that were able to attend or submitted questions in advance, we hope you found this as valuable as we did.
The feedback we received and questions that were asked were all very important to us and we have taken everything on board. Click here to see everything we discussed and the subsequent changes we have made: GCPS Parent Partnership responses (March 2019)
We fully intend to hold future Parent Partnership events in the future but in the meantime, should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Extended After School Provision
Part of our most recent parent questionnaire invited respondents to tell us what would make Greenland better, to which a number of responses suggested a paid for extended after school provision.
In order for us to ascertain if this is feasible we invite parents and carers to complete a feedback form to help us make a decision early in the new term as to whether this can be offered. It is important to stress at this point that extended after school care is not guaranteed and may not be feasible, this is just research at present.
To download a feedback form click here and return to school as soon as possible: Extended after school provision.