Staff at Greenfield Community College say they’re thrilled with the initial progress made by returning students and the way that they have encouraged and assisted the new intake of Year 7 students to make the transition a happy and welcoming experience, laying excellent foundations for the years ahead.
Executive Headteacher David Priestley is delighted with the commitment and positivity shown by staff and students alike and how the challenge to raise aspirations and develop the talents and academic skills of individual students is being met.
In his welcoming address this term, Mr Priestley emphasised the ethos and fundamental principles which are at the heart of Greenfield Community College and the commitment that is made to the ‘whole child and every child’.
“Greenfield’s vision for learning is a strong vision,” said Mr Priestley.
“We need to recognise together how to best achieve and realise it.”
Greenfield Community College strives to be a high performing specialist community school with a distinctive ethos and is committed to excellence.
New facilities and equipment at both the Aycliffe Site and Sunnydale Campus provide an excellent environment for learning this term and is already making a positive impact on a day-to-day basis as students make use of their new surroundings.
Moving forward Mr Priestley’s vision for Greenfield is not only to provide improvements to facilities but to continue to draw upon research and innovation to ensure the very best for the students in the future.
“We are a learning organisation, committed to learning from experiences and moving forward,” he added.