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‘Everyday Counts’ for Greenfield Students

posted 4 Dec 2020, 06:36 by Daniel Potts

In a climate where the has been so many challenges and changes for students to overcome it has brilliant to see the commitment that students have shown in many ways.

The slogan ‘Everyday Counts’ is often shared throughout the Greenfield community and whether students have been at home or on the school site they have taken their attendance seriously.

Two students who attained the best possible attendance were recognised recently at an online awards ceremony.  Lucy Barron and Jack Heywood achieved 100% throughout their time at Greenfield, a fantastic achievement, well done.

Following in their foot-steps students have taken part in a 10 Day 100% Attendance Challenge.  “In this very difficult time 539 students rose to challenge of being in school for 2 full weeks from the 5 October until 16 October. This surpassed the previous record of 536 students in February 2020. Each student received 5 house points and a small prize”. said Mr Richardson, Assistant Headteacher

All the winners were put into a draw for prizes.  The winners were, Year 7, Maegen Cummins, Year 8, Ella Richardson, Year 9, Mitchell Dobson, Year 10, Farah Mahjoub and Year 11, Yasmin Lau.  The overall winner was Alisha Kirby.  Well done to all involved and for recognising that everyday counts!.

Greenfield Community College are proud of the response by their students and are committed to supporting students to reach their full potential. The school promotes an inclusive curriculum encouraging students to work together to realise an outstanding learning experience.  If you would like to find out more visit or contact the school by emailing or by calling 01325 300378.