Green End is a 2 form entry primary school, situated in the Burnage area of Manchester, approximately five miles from the city centre.
Visiting Green End for the first time, you will experience our vibrant multi cultural school where every child takes pride of place. Ensuring that every child succeeds highly during their time at Green End is what drives every member of staff. We are very committed to developing both high academic achievement, strong social skills and a sense of place in the world for every child. Our team of highly skilled teachers deliver motivating lessons which challenge all children to do their best. The curriculum has been created on the basis of capturing children's interest and imagination through all subjects. Our pastoral support programmes are innovative and personalised. Everything you will experience at Green End has been developed with our children in mind.
Our curriculum reflects the diversity of Manchester including the books we choose, the history we study , the RE work we do. All these elements ensure that the children have a strong understanding of each other and are themselves reflected in the learning.
About Our School
We are very proud of our eco friendly school which opened in 2006. Our dynamic lighting changes to optimise learning opportunities for the children. Rain water is harvested to ensure that natural resources are used economically and the airy design of our school, with its spacious atrium helps promote a calm, purposeful learning environment in which children excel in their learning.
Our school grounds provide stimulus, shade and opportunities for children to use their imagination and in play. There is space for every class to have its own allotment to grow fruit and vegetables, encouraging and inspiring outdoor learning.
We strongly encourage you to come and visit our school and share in what makes our school special.
The school is part of a Multi-Academy Trust with Ladybarn Primary School and Cringle Brook Primary School. All schools in the Trust are led by the same Executive Headteacher and work collaboratively to provide enhanced learning opportunities for children and staff.
There is a very strong commitment to engage parents, particularly in developing their own self esteem and raising aspirations. A full time family worker is in post to co-ordinate work which includes individual parenting sessions, parent and toddler play work, parenting development and adult education courses.
The school also offers a wide range of Out of Hours Learning opportunities are provided for year 1 to 6 which are supported by a variety of specialist staff , including our own professional sports coach. We are strongly committed to developing the children's sporting and creative skills and all after school activities are free of charge to the children. These include music lessons, sports coaching, street dance and creative workshops. The children also enjoy the opportunities to take part on a range of competitive sports and inter school competitions.