Greet Primary School

Greet Primary is one of the founding schools of Create Partnership Trust. As a National Support School and Teaching School, it has had a good reputation for supporting other schools, most notably Conway, with which it formed the Federation in 2009 with an Executive Headteacher and a Federation Governing Body. Conway was in special measures at the time and required high level leadership support. Over the years, Greet has continued to maintain its positive outcomes for pupils and has grown to four-form entry.

Greet welcomes Tania Yasmin as its substantive Headteacher from September 2021, following a year of her Executive Headship of Conway and Greet.

“As the Headteacher of Greet Primary School, I am honoured to serve a community with so much tradition, culture, ambition and love for their children. 

At Greet we are passionate about inclusive education and believe that every child deserves to be in a school where they are supported, respected, cared for, and educated so that they can go on to become valuable world citizens. Our ambitious curriculum is the backbone of this.  We believe that there are no limits to what we can achieve when we work together.  Our values of Achieving Excellence, Social Intelligence and Ethical Lives permeates through everything we say and do. 

Our school is dedicated to creating a safe and inclusive learning environment where every student can thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We believe in nurturing the whole child and encouraging our children to explore their interests and passions and achieving excellence.

We are also committed to fostering a strong partnership with parents, guardians, and the wider community. We believe that education is a shared responsibility, and we encourage parents to be actively involved in their child's education. We offer a range of opportunities for parent involvement, including parent-teacher meetings, school events, volunteer opportunities, warm spaces, a parent’s café, stay and play and exhibitions.

We put the children at the heart of everything we do and speak.  Kasserian Ingera is a traditional greeting among Masai warriors. One warrior would always say to another, “Kasserian Ingera,” which, in Swahili, means, “Are the children well?”.  If the children are well then all is well…it means that we have taken care of our curriculum – both the written and unwritten, our staff, our environment, and our community.”

Tania Yasmin

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0121 464 3360

Percy Road,
West Midlands,
B11 3ND

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