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What a great week in school and a busy week to end the half term. 




* SATURDAY - A huge congratulations to our cross-country finalists for their superb efforts last week. We were so proud of every single one of you. The event included the best cross-country runners from all schools in Nottinghamshire. There were about 100 in each race. To get the placings that you all did was amazing. A special mention to Thomas and Denny for coming 14th and 17th respectively. Have a well-earned rest everyone! Mrs Parnell


* MONDAY - Green 2 visited the Eastwood library. I am told that were absorbed in the world of books and displayed positive behaviours. 

We also had another visit from the Mental Health Support Team who did a workshop about how parents can support their child's mental health. This was well attended and we hope that people have taken a lot from it. 

* Parental sessions - This week we have seen so many parents in school listening to staff talk about different areas of school life and events approaching - Year 6 SATS meeting, Year 1 Phonics Screening Checks and Year 4 Castleton residential. It has been so great to see you all.
* Rainbow Rewards - always a favourite time of the week. This week will be extra special as we have Rev'd Dodd visiting from Greasley Church (also a school community governor). She will be presenting certificates and gifts this week for children who received 100% attendance last year - what an achievement.
Have a restful and reflective half term. 
Why not talk to your child about our Rainbow Values - which ones do they accomplish regularly? Which one could they work on this holiday and next half term?

Our Rainbow Values:


Respect and acceptance – “Being ready, respectful and safe in everything we do”

Active body and active mind – “Take ownership over your physical and mental wellbeing”

Inclusive yet individual – “Embrace diversity and be proud of who you are”

Nurture, develop and grow – “Persevere and take risks with your talents and potential”

Believe in yourself – “Be confident in your choices”

Overcome your obstacles – “Be brave, show resilience and challenge yourself”

Wonder and curiosity – “Ask questions and seek answers”


          At Greasley Beauvale Primary School, you are “Learning for Life” to “Paint Your Own Rainbow”


Happy holidays, everyone! I hope you can all join me in thanking the staff and the children for a super start to 2023!
Mrs Bates