This week is Anti-Bullying Week! Lots of exciting activities are taking place including an assembly by World Class ParaOlympian Kadeena Cox! You can see what the classes have been getting up to on the individual class blogs that can be found at www.glpa.primaryblogger.co.uk .
The Year 6 children of GLPA participated in a week long adventure residential to Kingswood. The action packed week had the children facing fears, being brave, supporting one another and being independent. They were able to try out lots of outdoor pursuits that included abseiling, climbing walls, 3-D swings, jungle vines, night lines, bonfires and MORE!
To see more pictures of their exciting week, go to our Twitter account @Green_Lane_PA .
Special thanks go to all invovled in making this a wonderful opportuni
The children at GLPA have been working with NSPCC to raise money for this very important charity.The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is a charity campaigning and working in child protection in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and the Channel Islands.The children have participated in assemblies, class lesson sessions and parents have been invited to e-safety presentations along with the fund raising.We are very proud to announce that £2,089.78 has been raised by the chi
This week we are celebrating British Values. There are several activities planned in classes and across the academy. We are proud to live in Britian and we believe it something to celebrate!
One way we are celebrating is using inspirational British people as role models for British Values. Each class has chosen someone they want to learn about. Some of these people include:
GLPA has joined forces with other SPTA academies to take part in an exciting new bespoke science project being led by Science Consultant, Elizabeth Murphy.
Tia, Joshua and Fergal, Year 5 children at GLPA will work with other Year 4 and Year 5 children to explore exciting science topics and use their maths skills during six afternoons this term.
Their first session was this week where they were able to use the science labs at Leeds University! They will be visiting Corda later this term and the sessions will
GLPA children love using the Geography resource Oddizzi. They have access at school and at home. It allows children to explore and challenge themselves to learn about the world. We were visited by the founder of Oddizzi recently and they spoke to our children about what they enjoyed doing on Oddizzi. Watch this wonderful video and hear for yourselves!
Children in Years 1 to 6 will return to school on Monday 7th September!
The staff have been working hard getting ready for the new academic year.
There are lots of exciting things planned for an AWESOME YEAR!
Remember to bring your Summer Challenge work to school next week.
There are some great prizes to be won!
See you soon!
Another AWESOME year has come to an end!It has been filled with lots of amazing memories and achievements.Special thanks go to all of the supportive parents, hard working and dedicated staff and ambitious children.There are some great summer challenges set in both English and Maths. These can be downloaded below.Please support your children in completing these challenges so that it helps them hit the ground running in September.We would all like to wish everyone a relaxing and fun summer break!The aca
GLPA is playing our part in keeping the tradition of the Maypole Dance alive and well in Garforth. The children in KS1 learn traditional dances and perform for the academy, family and friends.
Today was this year's annual performance which was held outside on the lower playground. A real spirit of community could be felt with the audience seated on chairs and picnic blankets around the Maypole.
If you didn't get a chance to come or you want to remember the wonderful dances, watch our video.
GLPA is used as a polling station for the area. The academy will be closed to children.
The Year 4 residential will be occuring during the week of 4th May. The children have been preparing for an action packed three days where they will be visiting famous English landmarks, learning about history through museum visits and reenacting life in England with the Romans. You can follow their activities via twitter @Green_Lane_PA or on the academy blog, www.glpa.primaryblogger.co.uk.
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
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!