Welcome from the Head
I am extremely proud to be Head Teacher of Goldington Green Academy. I have a team of dedicated and caring staff who are committed to nurturing a strong relationship between staff, children and their families.
As a mother, I understand that choosing a school is one of the most important decisions you will have to make for your child. You want to know that your child will be happy at school but also to achieve their full potential in all areas across the curriculum. Read More
Current Coronavirus (Covid-19)
- Home/School Agreement
- Letter from Bedford Borough Council Director of Public Health
- Remote Education Policy
- Contingency Plan
- PHE Letter To Parents And Guardians
- Covid-19 Related Pupil Absence
- Coronavirus – Daily update to all early years, children’s social care, schools and further education providers
- Covid Measures letter
Latest Risk Assessments
- Amendment To Behaviour Policy During COVID-19
- Pre School Re-Opening Risk Assessment
- Reception and Acorns Reopening Risk Assessment
- Year 1 Re-Opening Risk Assessment
- Year 2 Re-Opening Risk Assessment
- Year 3 Re-Opening Risk Assessment
- Year 4 Re-Opening Risk Assessment
- Year 5 Re-Opening Risk Assessment
- Year 6 Re-Opening Risk Assessment
- Autism Provision Risk Assessment
If your child is self isolating, your child’s class teacher will send homework via email. Your child will also be able to access remote teaching and learning via ‘The Oak National Academy’. Your child’s teacher will direct you to the videos which will support your child’s learning.
Archived COVID-19 Information For Parents
Goldington Green Academy Mission Statement
From the smallest seeds, to the tallest trees, always aiming higher;
‘Give, Grow and Aspire’
- To respect and value everyone equally.
- To make the world a better place by showing our values.
- To learn and apply skills we need for our whole life.
- To care for each other, our community and the world.
- To celebrate and enjoy everyone’s achievements.
- To be happy, healthy and stay safe.
- To work independently and as a team.
- To be the best that we can be and never give up.
Do you have a child with SEND? If so, please do try out these virtual support sessions
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Value of the month
Ear piercings are permitted but only small studs may be worn which must be removed during all PE lessons sports activities. The jewellery remains the responsibility of the child if removed during the school day. The jewellery must be removed by the child themselves or covered with a plaster during PE & sports activities.
Large hair accessories / fashion items are not permitted and are not part of the school uniform. Long hair should be tied up.
The attendance winner for week beginning 12th October is Birch Class with 99.1% attendance. The non-school uniform day for them is Thursday 5th November.
Whole school Attendance is 96%