Arriving and Leaving Green Top Safely

There are two main entries into Green Top School. A pedestrian entrance from Middlebrook Lane and a pedestrian entrance from Ash Tree Road.

Middlebrook Lane Entrance

There is no parking on Middlebrook Lane, the school encourages families to walk, bike or scooter to school.

If car travel is unavoidable then please use the free Council owned car park on Bridge Street  and then walk the 50 metres into School.

All foot traffic should exit the site via the fenced footpath, not the main drive used for vehicles.

Ash Tree Road Entrance

The council have created a safe crossing zone outside the school entrance, children and parents are encouraged to cross the road at this point.

There is limited parking down Ash Tree Road, the school encourages families to walk, bike or scooter to school.

If car travel is unavoidable then please follow the Traffic Management Legislation and obey the road signs when parking your vehicle.

Parking enforcement is in place on Ash Tree Road;

Volcano making- Family Learning

What a great (and slightly messy/sticky) afternoon for our family learning today!

The children and their grown ups worked great together to create their own volcanoes in readiness for our explosive science experiment later on in the term. They used the very technical ‘papier-mâché method’ to do this, which took great patience and skill. Our classroom was full of Can Do Colin’s! Next step now, is to get the paint brushes out and totally transform their image!

Huge thank you to the much appreciated support from our parents- none of it would be possible without you. Also, thank you to Mrs Hardman for leading the afternoon, it looked great!

Miss Laing

Archaeology Dig!

Year 5/6 became archaeologists today (as part of family learning) and took part in a dig. They had to find the pieces of a Neolithic jug and then put it back together which proved to be quite challenging – the children were very resilient! They all earned their archaeologist award and can now go on to dig up more fossils and artefacts! Some also continued with our cave paintings by adding their hand prints directly on to our cave walls in the classroom.

Thank you to all of the parents who supported our family learning and came to join in with the fun!

Beautiful gift to remember Alan


Myself & Macy Garth wanted to do a little something in memory of Alan, although it took a little longer than we planned to put together, ( due to the post at this time of year) we hope that this would be appropriate as Alan was cherished by so many, & brought so much pleasure to the school & children.

We thought that this would be a great way for him to be remembered by, as he was never without a bunch of keys by his side
Martin and Macy Garth