Bread and Breakfast

Thank you to all the mums, dads, grans and granddads, aunts and uncles who came and shared Bread and Breakfast with us this morning – and for the amazing food you all donated.  What a feast!  It is a lovely way for our community to share together and to appreciate the lovely flavours of other cultures and what we can all contribute.  Thank you.  The children thoroughly enjoyed it and it was a great start to Greenleaf Journey Day.





International Evening Rocks!

Our 10th (can you believe it?!!) International Evening was a real credit to every one of the children, parents and visitors who performed.  They were amazing!  Thank you to everyone who came to watch as well – what a great audience!  Not only was it a fabulous evening, but we also raised just over £1,000 for school funds.

A huge big “thank you” to Ms Thompson and the wonderful PTA for organising it all!!

KS1 Christmas Show

KS1’s Christmas Show was a TRIUMPH! The children in Years 1 and 2 could not have been more enthusiastic! The quality of their singing, dancing and acting just blew the sell-out audience away. One grandmother said, “They just were so confident, I couldn’t believe it!”

Needless to say, the children have worked incredibly hard to reach the standard they demonstrated yesterday. But they clearly enjoyed it with smiles all round!

A huge big thank you also to all the teachers, who show great skills, commitment and patience in supporting the children to perform!

Christmas Music Concert

This year’s Christmas Music Concert was truly spectacular. The quality of the musical performances was amazing … and with the added bonus this year of the steel pans. Ms Griffin is now leading music at Greenleaf and has done a brilliant job—not only with producing this year’s music concert, but also in teaching our Year 6 children to play the steel pans! A real achievement! Thank you also to our lovely peripatetic music teachers—Yvonne, Pete and Caoimhe!

Greenleaf Remembers

Greenleaf took a moment today to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Armistice and also to remember all those, from whichever country, who have sacrificed their lives in wars and conflicts around the globe.


Thank you to our friends at the Royal British Legion who joined us and made our assembly even more special.  A bugler played the Last Post, with the standards dipped, followed by the exhortation, by Andy, one of the ex-servicemen:

“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old,
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun, and in the morning
We will remember them.”

The end of the one minute’s silence was signalled by the bugler playing the Reveille.


Throughout, the children were incredibly respectful.  This was a very poignant event for staff and children and one which will stay in our memories for ever!