Welcome to the Parents section of our school website.
We hope these pages will provide you with all the invaluable information you will need to help your child whilst at Greenway.
We value your feedback on the website, so please feel free to contact us if you find we have missed something important.
Supporting your child
Some information on how you can support your child during their time at Greenway is available through the links below:
Supporting Children’s Transition to Secondary School – June 2021
Remote Learning Policy – December 2021
Lockdown Booklists KS2 – February 2021
Lockdown Booklists KS1 – February 2021
Autism Information Leaflet, June 2017
Raising a Resilient Child – presentation at Westfield School, 09.06.17
Philosophy for Children (P4C) Evening, 18.5.17, PowerPoint
Pupil Behaviour Policy – September 2022
BIG WRITE – click here to access several supporting documents.
Phonics Workshop Powerpoint – Nov 2013
Maths Calculation Policy
Home Learning Policy – November 2021
Maths Curriculum Evening, 09.11.16, PowerPoint
Useful web pages to support your child’s learning
Phonics – Read Write Inc
Useful websites for supporting learning in Maths
YOUR CHILDS MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
CEOP’s (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command) ‘Thinkuknow’ education programme has issued a series of three animations that aim to give 4-7 year old knowledge, skills and confidence to help them respond safely to risks they may encounter online. Please click here to view.
Following an E-Safety Curriculum evening on 22nd May 2018, please click below for supporting information.
Please follow link below for an E-Safety newsletter from Herts for Learning
e-safety newsletter (parents) – Summer 2022
e-safety newsletter (parents) – Spring 2022
e-safety newsletter (parents) – Autumn 2020
e-safety newsletter (parents) – Summer 2020
e-safety newsletter (parents) – Spring 2020
e-safety newsletter (parents) – Autumn 2019
e-safety newsletter (parents) – Summer 2019
Free School meals
Did you know that Hertfordshire County Council could save you £300 every year?
If you receive one of the benefits shown below, you could be eligible for free school meals worth over £300 per child per year.
The meals provided are exactly the same as others served in the school and parents can choose the packed lunch option for their child, if they prefer.
The school receives extra funding (Pupil Premium) for pupils receiving free school meals and can use this funding to support the pupils in a variety of ways.
If you would like to discuss this further in confidence, please contact the office for an appointment with Mrs Ellwood.
Children in year 3 or older
Your child can get a free school meal if you receive any of the following:
- Income Support
- Income-based Jobseekers Allowance
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance
- Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
- The guaranteed element of State Pension Credit
- Child Tax Credit (as long as you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and you don’t get more than £16,190 a year)
- Working Tax Credit run-on (paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)
- Universal Credit (with annual earned income of no more than £7,400 after tax and not including any benefits you get).
Children who receive a qualifying benefit in their own right are also eligible to receive Free School Meals.
Children entitled to free school meals can also get free milk. Contact the school office for more information.
For more information and to apply online click here.
Children in reception, year 1 and year 2
Your child can get a free lunch at school if they’re in reception class, year 1 or year 2. And if you receive any of the benefits above and register online at the link above, your school could get extra money to help your child.
Children in Nursery
Nursery Children aren’t entitled to free school meals. Nursery children get a free choice of whole milk or semi-skimmed, funded by the NHS.
School milk in reception, year 1 and year 2
Schools provide free milk up until a child’s 5th birthday. (If it’s during the term, they won’t get free milk from that term onwards).
Most children entitled to free school meals can also get free milk, except for children who get Universal Income free school meals. Contact the school office for more information.
Safeguarding pocket guide for volunteers and visitors
Download a copy of our Safeguarding pocket guide for volunteers and visitors here.
Online payments to school
For all online payments, please follow the ‘Arbor’ link at the bottom of the page, or click here.