Art Trail #16 – come and visit us!

Greenleaf is number 16 on the Walthamstow Art Trail.  Do come and visit us!  Ms Lang and all the staff and children have worked extremely hard on our exhibition.  Here’s a sneak preview!

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Down on the farm!

Nursery wowed us with their two performances today of their “farm” show and what a super job they did!  Excellent singing, dancing and acting – all at the grand old age of 3!  Well done to all the Nursery children, but a special thank you to the staff – truly amazing!

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Comenius Visitors Arrive

On Monday, we were delighted to welcome our Comenius partner schools to Greenleaf – from France, Italy, Spain and Turkey.

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Ms Castor has hosted the visit, supported by Ms Patel, Ms Sims and Ms Keane – and they have done a fantastic job!  The visitors have enjoyed trips to Greenwich, central London and today met Cllr Rusling (responsible for Education in Walthamstow) in the Council Chambers at the Town Hall.  They were very impressed by the ceremony of the occasion.

This visit sees the end of a two year project, which has enabled us to share cultures, teaching approaches and develop what we hope will become long-term partnerships.

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Amnesty International Winners

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Congratulations to Kim, India and Asher who all received certificates from Amnesty International during assembly on Friday, 15th May, for taking part in the Amnesty Young Human Rights Reporter competiton.

Congratulations also to Niamh, who not only took part, but also was Shortlisted and received both a prize and a certificate.

They all wrote very thought-provoking reports, reflecting their deep concern for Human Rights issues in our modern world.

Walk to School Week Launch

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Well done to all those children and parents who braved today’s drizzle and met up in Lloyd Park for a communal “walk to school” to mark the beginning of Walk to  School Week.  All the children and parents commented on what a lovely start to the day the communal walk was.  Something to consider more often?