At Greensted Infant School and Nursery we want to ensure that all pupils feel safe and happy in the learning environment. Respect for the individual and the learning environment are at the heart of our school. Success is achieved when every individual feels valued and included in the school community. Our approach is inclusive and applies to all pupils.
"Very pleased with my son's progress at the School. He enjoys coming to class and
loves school! Thank you" Yr 1 parent
We recognise that every child is unique and has his or her own educational, emotional and social needs. The school works to meet those needs and develop the child’s full potential.
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INFANT SCHOOL & NURSERY
We encourage pupils to develop and express their own opinions. They have input into making school/class/playground rules and negotiate rewards and sanctions. They vote for pupils to represent them on the School Council.
"A has really grown in confidence in Year 2 and made some great personal achievements" Yr 2 parent
We are proud that as a school we have worked towards and achieved many nationally recognised awards. Amongst these are the Healthy Schools Award, ActiveMark and the Early Years and Primary Basic Skills Award.
"Thank you so much for a fabulous visit, wonderful staff and bright, hardworking children! Can't wait to come and visit again" Ruth Galloway - author - Book Week
Greensted Infant School & Nursery
Telephone: 01268 552535
Headteacher: Mrs J Farrow
SENCo: Mrs T Lee
Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs J Farrow
Mental Health Lead: Mrs J Farrow
Chair of Governors: Mr R Pollington
For more information please contact Mrs Blaydes or Mrs Brown in the School Office.
Please contact the School Office if you wish to receive a paper copy of any document on our website. Documents will be provided free of charge.
Greensted Infant School and Nursery is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Following the Government announcement on 18th March 2020, Greensted Infant School & Nursery will be closed for the majority of it's pupils from 20th March, until further notice.
The School is now only open to certain groups of vulnerable children and the children of key workers.
If your child has Special Educational Needs and you would like any help or advice about how to support them during this closure time, please email Mrs Lee on
Please find below a letter listing many websites which can be accessed from home which will enable your child to continue with their learning. There is also a timetable to help you plan their working day.
Please see your child's year group Homework page for weekly homework.
If your child took home a plant before school closed, please email us a photo of it growing, so we can post these on our 'Gallery' page.
Thank you so much to all parents and children who took part in our February Read-A-Thon - to date we have raised over £2200, which is just amazing! We have ordered the prizes and will give them out in Assembly when we return to school.
Week ending 13th March 2020:
Stars of the Week:
Well done to Fraser (Class 1), Spencer, Rocco, Louie (Class 2), Ronnie (Class 3), Teddi-Lou, Elouisa, George, Harry (Class 4), Parker (Class 5) and Lilly (Class 6).
Mrs Dye's Lunchtime Award Winners 13th March 2020
Daisy-Mae & Olivia (Class 1), Lilly-Mai, Harry & Teddi-Lou (Class 4), Parker (Class 5), Lydia (Class 6) & Willow (Class 3)
Attendance - week ending 13th March 2020:
Well done to Class 6 - 98%
Punctuality - week ending 13th March 2020:
Well done to Classes 2 & 4 - 99.7%
GREENSTED INFANT SCHOOL & NURSERY IS PROUD TO BE A MEMBER OF THE LEE CHAPEL MULTI-ACADEMY TRUST.