Comic Relief is a British charity organisation that was founded in the United Kingdom in 1985. It raises money all year round, not just on Red Nose Day. Comic relief is the name of the charity; Red Nose Day is the name of the events on the day to raise money for Comic Relief. The first Red Nose Day was on 5th February 1988, and it raised roughly £15 million. It occurs once every two years.
Children at Green Lane Primary Academy raised money for the event by selling red noses and dressing funny. The academy
The children at GLPA have a real love for reading. From a young age, they learn that reading is fun and it helps us to learn. They quickly become fluent readers and develop their comprehension skills.
World Book Day is one way we celebrate this joy for reading. Children from Nursery to Year 6 and the staff celebrated this year by dressing up as their favourite characters in literature. We had a vast variety of characters this year and it was great to see the creativity put into many of the costumes. Winn
Safer Internet Day 2015 was celebrated on Tuesday 10th February, with the slogan ‘Let’s create a better internet together’.
Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration saw Green Lane children get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology. .
The day offered us the opportunity to highlight positive uses of technology and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community. It called upon: young people; par
The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our children is always at the heart of what we offer at Green Lane Primary Academy. We work to embed the ethos of British Values in all we do. Democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs is part of everyday life at the academy.
The week of the 19th January 2015 has been declared British Values Week by GLPA.
This will be a week of celebrating those things we hold dear as a memb
Autumn 2014 term has now come to an end. There has been so many exciting things happening around the academy. We have had trips exploring Garforth and a residential where children were seen flying through the air! The sports teams have been hard at work with lots of competitions and they have represented the academy with pride. Learning has been amazing with lots of great experiences for the children and parents. There have been more clubs to choose from and activities that go beyond the school day. Th
We are very pleased to announce that Year 1 children have moved into their classrooms today!
After a term of construction, today was the long awaited day that the children were able to move into their new classrooms! The area is the first of five phases of construction that began over the summer holidays in order to give the children more learning areas and better facilities.
The children have had a wonderful day exploring their new areas and have settled very quickly.
Special thanks go to the staff, parents
Today, GLPA celebrated the long, dedicated career of Mrs Martin. She has been working at Green Lane Primary Academy for 25 years as a Teaching Assistant. Over time she has become. higher Level Teaching Assistant and has taught or helped most children during their time at GLPA. in order to thank Mrs Martin, a special presentation was made during morning assembly.
Thank you Mrs Martin and we look forward to many more years of you being a part of the GLPA team!
This week the academy celebrated National Poetry Day with the rest of the UK. Read all about the day on the Principal's Blog- www.principalsblog.primaryblogger.co.uk and visit the individual class blogs that can be found on www.glpa.primaryblogger.co.uk .
If you have a few minutes, make sure you leave a comment!
On Thursday 25th September, GLPA had the pleasure to host delegates from Taiwan representing the Ministry of Education for Taiwan and other Taiwan education institutions. They were on a fact finding mission to learn more about education in England and the Initial Teacher Training Programme- Schools Direct.
the delegation spent the afternoon in discussions with leaders of the academy and touring the academy to see how we have implemented our ideas. They commented on how i pressed they were with the positive
GLPA children and staff took up the challenge from Kid President to make a dance video. This year, everyone is working together to make the world a better place. Here is our video. We hope you enjoy. Please share our joy for life and learning with others around the world!
Year of Awesomeness
The new school year has got off to an awesome start! The theme for this year is the Year of Awesomeness!
Our goal this year is to make this world a better place! We will be working hard to learn new ideas, concepts, skills and facts. In addition, we will be promoting kindness, consideration, helpfulness and happiness!
So, come on everyone!
Get your awesome on!
Watch our video of the first day of school.
Children in Years 1 to 6 return to school on Wednesday 3rd September. Reception children have a staggered return and dates were sent to parents in July.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the academy via email at email@example.com or phone 0113 2127107.
GLPA got Walk to School Week off to a good start by introducing a new incentive to get children and families considering more sustainable travel, a GLPA Bouncy Castle! There was excellent participation in with children walking, scooting and cycling to school and the competition was tight! The winning class gets to be the first class on the bouncy castle! The class winner was Sycamore Class! Congratualtions! However, the other classes should not worry as there will be winners each week from EYFS/KS1 and KS2.
The annual tradition of the May Pole Dance was held again this year. GLPA was fortunate to be able to hold the festivities outside with beautiful sunshine as the backdrop. Special thanks go to all the staff who supported in order to make this event a success. We hope everyone enjoyed the wonderful dancing and singing!
This week the Year 4 children are off on a 3 day/2 night residential to Ravenstor. While on their residential the children will be developing their knowledge of the Tudors through first hand experiences in a Tudor settlement, learning bushcraft skills, practicing their orienteering skills further developing social, emotional and team building skills.
What have they been up to?
(More pictures of activities and events can be found on www.glpa.primaryblogger.co.uk or follow us on twitter for regular updates @Gr
We have been very fortunate to have been asked to be part of a innovative creative music week supported by the Garforth Arts Festival and Rock School UK. During the week of 28th April, Year 4 children took part in a week long event that had them learn to play their favourite covers; write some killer tunes; record all the songs with professionals; then at the end of the week, perform a live gig in front of friends and family. Each child received a CD of the songs they recorded and the Rock Concert was video
GLPA has been working closely with Sustrans to support sustainable travel around the academy and reduce the traffic during peak times.
We have been pleased with the support and participation by children and families. Thank you!
Sustrans has recognised our high participation and we are featured several times in their Spring Newsletter.
Have a read of the newsletter below.
The annual Easter Egg Decoration Competition was held this week. This year's theme was "Countries Around the World". The children were encouraged to decorate an egg that would depict a country. There were many fantastic entries with the whole globe represented.
Watch the video to see all of the many entries and the winners!
On Tuesday 25th March, four children represented Green Lane in the annual Garforth Schools Public Speaking Event held at East Garforth Primary Academy.
Each child gave a short presentation to a packed hall along with children representing the other primary schools in Garforth.
Everyone did a wonderful job in speaking to a large audience and we are proud of them.
The children who represented the year groups were:
Year 3- Joshua A
Year 4- Isla T
Year 5- Joe P
Year 6- Amelia B