The Greneway Middle School

The Greneway Middle School

Garden Walk, Royston, Herts. SG8 7JF
Telephone: 01763 243650  (School Receptionist, Mrs N Johnson)   Email:


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At Greneway, we view the partnership between parents/carers and ourselves as hugely important.  We aim for you as parents to feel informed and able to get involved in school life.  Communication is clearly paramount and this website, the weekly newsletters, the learning journal, the learning platform and information sessions will all support this.  It’s really important that we work together to support each other in making sure your child gets the best education possible. 

If at any time you have a concern, please contact your child's form teacher. The form teacher is responsible for the pastoral care of each child in their class and is therefore recognised as key to the pastoral system. The Year leader oversees the whole year group, co-ordinating a team of staff to support needs.  We look forward to meeting you and to a happy and successful relationship with you over the coming years. 

Greneway School News Blog

Letter to all Middle School Parents Re Developments

Safeguarding children

The Greneway School recognises the important responsibility for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

See 'Safeguarding Children'

School Meals

The Greneway Healthy School Canteen Menu via the Hertfordshire Catering Limited website

Free School Meals

Children who receive one of the benefits listed can get free school meals.

If you are a parent or carer, and you get one of the benefits listed, your child may receive free school meals, but you need to apply for them.

• income support
• income-based jobseekers allowance
• income-related employment and support allowance
• support under immigration and asylum law
• the guarantee part of state pension credit
• child tax credit and you have an annual income of £16,190 before tax or less
• working tax credit during the 4 week run on period

For further information visit

Apply online now or call 0300 123 4048

URL for online application form



Share your views on the Parent View website


We value the view of parents/carers and use it to inform our work.  For example, we used a paper questionnaire to request your feedback in October, 2012.  We received 185 responses about many aspects of school life.  Key actions resulted from this feedback, for example the development of a programme for a ‘Year 6 Activity Week’ in 2013 and plans for a School Journey Residential Programme for 2014.

We would encourage you to share your views on the Parent View website -

Thank you for taking the time to give your views about the school.

CRISP Awareness

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New Year 5 Meeting for September 2018

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SATs Awareness Raising Session

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One of the handouts on '50 Reading Activities' to use at home can be accessed from this website: 
Past SAT papers are also freely available online.


Useful Websites

Greneway Library

eSafety Information for parents and carers

WhatsApp safety: a how to guide for parents

Update your esafety support for parents (File Type: PDF, File Size: 929KB)

Protect your child online… (File Type: PDF, File Size: 133KB)

Parents Fact Sheet(File Type: PDF, File Size: 125KB) eSafety Advice

Take a look at an article from The Times

Mind the gap: The perils of failing to keep pace with your child online

School eSafety Policy(File Type: PDF, File Size: 703KB)

Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine

The Internet gives access to material from anywhere in the world. Some of this is illegal, and some just simply unsuitable. To protect children from “the top shelf” it is important to either

  • Install filtering software
  • supervise access
  • use built in tools provided with your operating system

If you would like to view information about Internet Safety from Hertfordshire LEA please visit:



Useful eSafety websites

Contact Details

Please remember if you change your contact details to inform the school office as soon as possible.

Useful Information

Greneway's Code of Conduct (PDF 211KB)

Greneway's Anti-bullying Code (PDF 125KB)

Greneway's Anti-bullying Guidance (PDF 127KB)

House System

Local Authority Schools website

Direct.Gov. Schools

Dfe home page

New National Curriculum Guidance for Parents

A Guide For Year 5 Parents

Guidance for Year 6 Parents