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Week Ending 18th September 2020


Despite the worries over COVID-19 symptoms and one class closure, we remain upbeat and positive in school. We appreciate the support from the school community and hope that everyone continues to follow the guidance and keep safe. 


The children have been exceptionally sensible this week and have dealt with their worries well too! They have been asking some great questions and are curious about how to stay even safer and how to protect their families! We are VERY proud them. 


This week, we re-introduced the Rainbow Rewards assemblies in classes (as we can't gather together in the hall) and it has been super to hear how children are meeting the Rainbow Values and how important they are for school and live.


A reminder of our Vision, Aims and Rainbow Values, if you could reinforce these with your children at home please:


 Our Vision:


At Greasley Beauvale Primary School, our vision is for everyone to reach their true potential, nurture their talents and foster a personal love of learning through a safe, engaging and challenging curriculum. Our vision is shared by the whole-school community and we are proud of our school and what we stand for.


Our Aims are:


To develop our social skills in order to become effective communicators and build relationships

To take risks in our learning and challenge ourselves in our journey to reach our full potential

To be truly respectful and empathetic, allowing us to embrace individuality

To be forward-thinking, embracing creativity and nurturing curiosity about the world

To be resilient and unafraid of failure

To be lifelong learners, who are motivated to be independent, confident and responsible global citizens

To set ourselves high aspirations and strive for excellence so that we can be the very best we can be


Our Rainbow values are:


Respect and acceptance – “Everyone is equal, everyone is unique”


Active body and active mind – “Take ownership over your health and well-being”


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, follow the Rainbow Values to

“Paint Your Own Rainbow”


Enjoy your weekend, everyone! Mrs Bates