Greenhill Primary School

May 10, 2018
by Miss Weir

NLC Excellence and Equity Awards

Greenhill Primary School are delighted to have won a Partnership award with Drumpark Primary and Nursery School at last night’s Excellence and Equity awards.  Thank you to everyone who has joined us on our Children’s Rights journey to make this happen.  Super proud!

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March 1, 2018
by Miss Weir


Due to ongoing weather conditions, North Lanarkshire Council has taken the decision to close all schools and nurseries on Friday 2nd of March.  We hope that all our Greenhill family and friends are safe, warm and enjoying the time off.

We are loving all the posts on Twitter about World Book Day, Fairtrade and all the snowy day pictures.  If you would like to join in the fun, post your pictures to @GreenhillPS

February 28, 2018
by Miss Weir


The Met Office has issued a red warning from 3pm today until 10am tomorrow.  As a result all North Lanarkshire schools and nurseries will be CLOSED on Thursday 1st March.

To keep updated with changes, please follow our Twitter account @GreenhillPS

February 28, 2018
by Miss Weir


Greenhill Primary School will be closed today.  For regular updates follow us on Twitter, or the official council site.

At the moment no decision has been made regarding a snow closure for Thursday.  As soon as more information is available this will be shared here and on Twitter.  We would appreciate if you could share with friends or family who are not on-line.  Thank You

January 29, 2018
by Miss Fraser

Busy Global Citizens

Today we have been busy Global Citizens! We have working on separate objectives in our groups:

  • We have been creating charts to monitor food bin usage within the dinner hall and make sure that people are aware which bin they must use for this purpose. Everyone will be reminded that food waste should go into the correct bin.
  • We are in the process of creating PowerPoint Presentations to make others aware of the Global Goals – especially Global Goal 2 (Zero Hunger) – and inform them how they can help. We will showcase this to all of the pupils in Greenhill Primary in order to educate others.
  • We are writing to local supermarkets to find out what they do with food waste that has either gone out of date or has not been sold. We have reiterated the importance of disposing of food waste correctly and the current problem that the world is facing today with many people not having access to food. We hope to receive responses with answers to the fantastic questions that we have generated.

January 29, 2018
by Mr Kearney


JRSO started work on Walk the Seasons WOW badge competition. Our drawings are coming along and the final designs will be ready soon to send in the post.  We also looked at the UN Global initiative #slowdown were we are going to raise and organise awareness for SLOW DOWN Day. SLOW DOWN Day is when the JRSO will take part in activities for speed management and promote slower speed limits. Further details to follow soon.

December 15, 2017
by Miss Weir

Enrolments 2018

Enrolment for Primary 1 starting August 2018

We would like to welcome all parents who intend on sending their child to Greenhill Primary School in August 2018 to begin Primary One to come along and attend one of our drop in enrolment events on one of the dates below:-


Monday 15th January 1.30pm-3.00pm

Tuesday 16th January 1.30pm-3.00pm

Wednesday 17th January 9.00am-12.30pm or 5.00-6.30pm

Thursday 18th January 9.00am-12.30pm


It is essential that you bring along the following items. This is to comply with both national and local regulations regarding registration of children to start school. :


  1. Council Tax Bill
  2. Child’s Birth Certificate


If you plan to make a placing request to another school but live in Greenhill catchment area, you register as normal here and the placing request form will be issued to you. Similarly if you intend to make a placing request to Greenhill Primary, you would register first at your local school.


We look forward to welcoming you all to our school.

December 6, 2017
by Miss Weir

Learning in Primary 2

Jolly Post Office

Primary 2 received a huge box from the Jolly Postman.  Inside the box was some books and a letter from the Jolly Postman asking us to help him deliver the Christmas post.


We have set up and made a post office in our activity bay. We made posters to advertise our Post Office services and put a post on Twitter.

Each day, primary 2 take turns to do the postal jobs such as, collecting, stamping, sorting and delivering.  We even have some Post Office uniforms.

The Jolly Postman has agreed to send us a brand new post box to help with our Christmas Post.  We can’t wait!!!

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