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a Pathway to Success

Joining our school

If you're looking for a place for your child at Greenmount Primary School (whichever year group they are in), please follow the green link below to our admissions page for more info about the admissions application process.

If your child is due to start school in September 2024, applications have now closed.  You will receive information about your allocated place from the local authority on 16th April.

If you are allocated a place at Greenmount, we will contact you after that date. 

What we offer ...

* A nurturing environment where children are uniquely valued.

* A newly refurbished Reception classroom and outdoor area.

* A five-day part-time induction period for children starting Reception to help them settle well into school.

* A dedicated outdoor space for Year One which is used to help the transition between Reception and Year One.

* Single-aged classes throughout the school (this may change in the future if admissions numbers increase)

* Spacious and well-resourced classrooms.

* Highly skilled and experienced teachers and teaching assistants.

* Large grounds with a wide variety of opportunities for play and learning.

* Forest School.

* Before and after-school care on site (from 7.15 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.)

* A Pastoral Support Team offering non-academic support for pupils.

* A full programme of activities during holidays (provided by our before/after school club staff, our Sports Coach and Forest School provider).

* A strong tradition and commitment to offering sporting opportunities with a full-time Sports Coach.

* A good selection of after-school clubs.





"Pupils at Greenmount Primary School thrive" (Ofsted, October 2019).


  • They are supported well to be successful.
  • Pupils enjoy coming to school.
  • They feel safe and cared for.  There is always someone to talk to if they have any worries.
  • Pupils are polite and well-mannered and treat each other with respect.
  • Leaders have designed an ambitious curriculum that ignites pupils’ curiosity.
  • Leaders are ambitious for pupils to achieve success in their learning.  Staff have high expectations for all pupils, including pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities.
  • Leaders are equally ambitious for pupils to develop into well-rounded citizens.
  • Pupils’ personal development is a strength of the school.
  • Pupils behave well.
  • They enjoy the many clubs on offer.
  • Governors carry out their role effectively.  They support leaders and staff well and hold them to account.