Parents of year 6 school students got to learn about a £2.6m renovation programme during a series of open nights at Greenfield Community College.
This year’s annual open events at the school proved popular with families who were able to meet students and staff to discover what makes Greenfield a distinctive school in order to make an informed choice about their choice of secondary school.
Families were able to get a real sense of the positive environment and the excellent facilities on offer, including the recent investment of £2.6m in phase one of the schools renovation programme.
There were lots of opportunities to be ‘hands on’ as they experienced taster sessions throughout the school.
Head teacher David Priestley welcomed everyone to the school speaking about the high aspirations and achievements at Greenfield.
He highlighted the 100% commitment to treating every child as an individual. He ensured that visitors were able to listen to students who spoke eloquently about their personal experiences and how proud they are of their school.
Mr Priestley invited everyone to take the time to look around, meet people and ask questions in order to make their own decisions.