Reading buddies

This week Class 11 have been reading with some children from Miss Hilton’s class. They’ve enjoyed the opportunity to showcase their fantastic reading skills and listen to Miss Hilton’s brill readers.

Class 6 at The Deep (finally!)

We all had such a great day at The Deep last Friday. The children were fabulous ambassadors for Green Top and the teachers in our workshop were super impressed by everything we already knew about the creatures that live there.

Enjoy our photographs….It’s certainly taken me long enough to learn how to upload them without them being upside down!

A special thank you also to the adults who came along to help.

Your support is very much appreciated.

Miss Rodgers, Miss Nolan and Miss Smith.

What an amazing day at The Deep

Well done Class 5 you were absolutely amazing on our year 1 trip to The Deep. You could talk about what you had already learnt so far in theme about sea creatures and living things  and also learnt so many new and interesting facts as well.  It was so exciting to see the sting rays, sharks, turtles and jellyfish after learning about them in school.  I am not sure who was more excited when we went in the lift …the grown ups or the kids!

I was so super proud of you all and your amazing behaviour.  You showed how Green Top children behave at their best with both excellent learning attitudes and fabulous manners.

Well done everyone.  Enjoy looking through the many photographs we took.

A big thank you to the grown ups that joined us on our trip, your support is always much appreciated.

Mrs Jackson and Miss Platt


Public Health at Doncaster Council would like to invite Year 5 and 6 classes to a free performance of the Dementia Play ‘Grandma Remember Me?’ as part of our intergenerational work to raise awareness and increase understanding of Dementia in Doncaster.  The performance is onThursday 14thNovemberat2pmat Bentley Pavilion.  The play lasts approximately 1 hour. A short Q&A session will follow the performance.
About the play:
Grandma Remember Me? is a beautiful story told through a mix of puppetry, drama and storytelling. Written from the perspective of a young child. Lilly whose grandma develops Alzheimer’s. It explores their changing relationship from Lilly’s initial recognition that there is something wrong with her grandma, through the unfolding challenges and final acceptance and understanding of the disease.It explores the wider impact on family, the need for support and understanding within our communities and the importance of memories and relationships within our lives and how to keep and treasure them.The plays supports early diagnosis and shows how it is possible to live well with dementia. 
We have approximately 80 places available for this performance and we are offering these out on a first come first serve basis.
If you are a Y5/6 parent and would like to take your child to this event please email or comment below and we will try to secure you a place.
Miss Salter