At Greenways we always offer a range of events for parents, pupils and the wider community with support from the PTFA.
Below you will find links to our Events Calendar which we update regularly and include as many pre-planned events as possible to keep parents informed.
If you have any questions about a scheduled event, please contact the main office.
Thank you to the PTFA who donated some of their raised funds to buy us some brand new library books. They are great and our year 3 children in particular were excited to see the new selection.
We were incredibly proud to take our first ever girls football team to compete against other Stoke schools at the Power League. The team held their own against experienced teams and represented us positively. Well done girls!
The year 5 & 6 football team represented Greenways in the Power League competition against 28 other schools from across Stoke. After three convincing group stage wins without conceding a goal, we progressed to the semi-finals before narrowly losing a well contested games.
A big well done to these players for being resilient and working together as a team!
Cross Country success at Greenways!
a big well done to all KS2 children who took part in a wet and muddy cross country event at Endon High School. It was great to see so many of you take part and Jack and Isaac brought home medals in their races! Well done everyone!
As part of our Civic Duty, this year we have again carried out our annual harvest basket donation to local elderly residents in the Greenways community. A big thank you to EYFS parents for donating the beautiful baskets and to the Student Senate for braving the rain to distribute them to residents. One reached 92 year old Mrs Lewis who was deeply grateful for the gesture.
Our Student Senate children were excited to attend their first WAT event where they spent the day taking part in workshops all about sustainability and leaving the world a better place for all. Miss Law and Mr Peake were so proud of how all children engaged with the workshops and met new friends in Windsor Academy Trust.
We know how imaginative and creative our children are at Greenways, but Harry in year 5 took his talents a step further and had a short story published in the 'Six Towns Stories' book! Harry entered the competition to see if he would be successful and I think the smile reflects how how proud he is to have his work published for all to see. Well done!
Again this year we have marked Remembrance Day by attending a special service at our local cemetery to remember those who fought for us many, many years ago. Along with other local schools, our children read a poem before laying a wreath in the memorial gardens. We are incredibly proud of how respectful our children were and represented Greenways so well. Well done everyone!