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Bradley Green Community Primary School
Bradley Green Road, Newton, SK14 4NA, UK Hyde
Tel. 0161 368 2166

Mission Statement "Achieving Together"

Provide high quality teaching in an exciting, stimulating, and challenging environment Value, respect, and care for each person in the school Have high expectations and expect everyone to work hard to reach their full potential Develop a sense of respect, independence and responsibility in school and in the wider community


You have three choices for your child at midday. They may:

* Go home at 12 o’ clock and return at 1pm.
* Bring a packed lunch - which does not contain chocolate or fizzy drinks.
* Have school dinners: £8.00 (as at September 2007) per week, payable on a Monday. Any money should be in an envelope with the child’s name and class on. Cheques should be made payable to ’Tameside MBC’.

One week’s notice must be given if you wish your child to stop having dinners. If you fail to notify us, you may have to pay for any dinner ordered.

Our school dinners are cooked on site each day, and the menu contains healthy choices.
We also have a 'Salad Bar' which the children can help themselves to each day.

We want the children to be active and healthy - the school council helped to design a playground which has two football pitches and a quiet seating area. There are also boxes of play equipment which each year group takes turns to use on a rota. We also have a large school field which the children can use when the weather is good.
(Please  look at our School Tour Page)


The School, its Staff and Governors strongly encourage the use of its school uniform:

* White shirt
* White/royal blue polo shirt
* Grey trousers/skirt
* Blue tie
* Royal blue cardigan/jumper/sweatshirt
* Blue/white check summer dress
* Sensible and safe footwear for outdoors
* Slippers/pumps for indoors
* P.E Kit: Needed for P.E Lesson.

We do not allow children to wear jeans, jewellery, football kits or anything with words/ pictures that may cause offence. Nose rings and tummy piercing rings are not suitable for school and should not be worn. The school takes no responsibility for any property lost in the school. All property can become lost property and if it is named, it does stand a real chance of being reunited with its owner!

In hot weather, it is appreciated that children may come to school dressed more casually, however, it is important that a level of decency is maintained and the clothes chosen are suitable for a day at school.

School jumpers, fleeces, cardigans and polo shirts are available at school embroidered with the school name and logo. Please contact the school office.

If children do not come in uniform, they may be given a clean school jumper or sweatshirt to wear for the day.

All clothing should be clearly marked with the child’s name; again, the school takes no responsibility for lost clothing.


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Available files for category: Curriculum Overview

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Overview of year 1.pdf Overview of the curriculum in Year 1 – Teacher: Mrs. Foster 2007/2008 Admin 28-09-2007 08:22
Overview of year 2 and 3.pdf Overview of the curriculum in Year 2 & 3 – Teacher: Miss Greenhouse 2007/2008 Admin 28-09-2007 08:20
Overview of year 4.pdf Overview of the curriculum in Year 4 – Teacher: Miss Howard 2007/2008 Admin 28-09-2007 08:19
Overview of year 5 and 6.pdf Overview of the curriculum in Year 5 & 6 – Teacher: MIss Hlaey 2007/2008 Admin 28-09-2007 08:17


At Bradley Green we aim to provide a wide range of out of hours school clubs and learning activities. The activities we provide offer a variety of experiences that are not always possible within the constraints of the school day and the National Curriculum.

The activities that we provide are focused on the Arts, Sport and ICT and are intended to enrich the curriculum and develop motivation and self-confidence in all the participants.

The clubs take place at lunch times for half an hour or for just under an hour at the end of the day and are run by staff on a voluntary basis or by specialist coaches and outside agencies. All activities take place on the school premises, at times we take the children to interschool events.

Parental consent is always sought before allowing children to attend after school clubs. In the interests of safety we ask that parents ensure that children are collected promptly at 4.00pm

Computer Club Yr3/4 - Mrs. McElroy
Computer Club Yr5/6 - Mrs. Williams
Junior Quilting Club - Mrs. Gough
Dance - Laura
Football - Lee Knowles
Cross Country Running - Mr. Armitage
Recorder Club - Miss. Greenhouse/Miss. Howard
Gardening Club - Mrs. Morris
Languages for Fun - Miss. Haley and Mrs. Oldham
Homework Club - Mrs. Foster

We recently took part in the first ever 'Newton Cricket Club' at Flowery Fields Cricket Club. Both of our teams made it through to the semi-finals. Our A team won the final and won the 'Newton Cup'!!

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