Welcome to Greengate Junior School!

If you would like to read the October 2012 OFSTED report please follow this link.


Our attainment at the end of the 2016 academic year:

Attainment at the end of academic year 2016

To look at how we are doing compared to other schools:






Thank you for visiting our school website.

The children, staff, governors and myself are all very proud of our school and we strive to ensure that Greengate is a happy, caring environment where everyone works hard and achieves to their best potential. Our aim is to give children the skills to become life long learners so that they can become the good citizens of the future. Here at Greengate we believe in offering children opportunities to develop individual skills and so we offer a creative curriculum and plenty of opportunities for children to develop their skills both during school and after school. From the moment your child enters the school they will become part of the school community.

At Greengate we are in a strong position to succeed in all aspects of education. We are a well resourced school; we have excellent premises and small class sizes.The school has an open door policy so that you can come and discuss anything you need to. The whole team is very dedicated and by working with you, the parent, we can build a team that will help your child.We are all extremely proud of our achievements no matter how big or small. We understand that if you are deciding on the next four years of your child’s education then you are making a very big decision. Therefore, please visit us and see what we do. Call in or ring to make an appointment for a visit on 01229 812592. Alternatively, Click Here to Email

The website can also give you a flavour of what is offered at Greengate Junior School. We also have a prospectus, a copy of which can be picked up from the school office.

You can now follow us on Twitter, @GreengateJ

Yours sincerely,

S. Jackson

Iris and Matthew¬†are awarded the ‘head teacher’s prize’ in July,2016.







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Year five visit Ford Park and climb The Hoad…June 2017!

We’ve had beautiful weather this June and class 5W took the opportunity to get outside for some science work and a bit of experiential learning at Ford Park in Ulverston. The children looked at plants and trees in the park, had great fun on their adventure playground, ate the customary ice creams then climbed the Ulverston Hoad. The whole trip was rounded off by a cross country walk and a bit of paddle in the Gill.

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