Greenfields Infant and Junior Play – The Jungle Book

The infant and junior Christmas play this year – the Jungle Book – was a great success. There were two performances and full audiences on both days. All of the children, staff and some volunteers worked together as a magnificent  team to produce the singing, dancing, acting, costumes, scenery, choreography and essential backstage management. Study Technology* was applied so that the children understood the script and the words of the songs resulting in a more professional performance. The whole production was an excellent achievement by the children and staff.

*The school is distinctive in that it utilises the technology of learning developed by L. Ron Hubbard, known as Study Technology. This teaches a student how to successfully learn and apply any subject.

The main characters
the monkeys
Jungle Book
Jungle Book – the elephants
Jungle Book – the snakes

Greenfields Reception and Nursery Nativity Play

This year’s Nativity Play produced and performed by the Reception and Nursery classes was adorable and loved by parents and friends alike. The script was written by the Reception teachers and costumes were made by staff and the parents. The children learnt the carols in their music lessons and by singing them in the classroom every day with their teachers. The result of all this teamwork was a splendid and endearing show.
Greenfields Nativity Play
Mary and Joseph
The Three Kings
Angels
Gabriel

The Way to Happiness – Application in School

At Greenfields School we utilise the common sense advices contained in a book called ‘The Way to Happiness’ by author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard.

The ‘Way to Happiness’ is the first moral code based wholly on common sense. It is in the Guinness Book of Record’s as the world’s single most translated non-religious book in the world and aims to fill the moral vacuum in an increasingly materialistic society, containing 21 basic principles that guide one to a better quality of life.

This term, some of the senior students were asked to make their own display boards based on some of the good advices in the booklet. They enjoyed this project very much and pictured here you can see some their creations which illustrate their understanding of principles 19 and 20 – ‘TRY NOT TO DO THINGS TO OTHERS THAT YOU WOULD NOT LIKE THEM TO DO TO YOU’ and ‘TRY TO TREAT OTHERS AS YOU WOULD WANT THEM TO TREAT YOU’   More at: www.thewaytohappiness.org