Welcome Glynwood Primary School
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Glynwood is a very happy school where everyone has a voice, is valued and supported to achieve their very best in everything they do.
Everyone at Glynwood works together to provide the opportunities every child needs to be successful.
Thank you for visiting our website – I hope you find all of the information you require.
Mrs Debra Ryan: Headteacher
We are inviting parents/carers into school to give information on the sorts of things the children will be learning during their small group maths and phonics sessions in school and how this learning can be supported at home. The session will also include information about your child’s weekly reading book and how you can support reading at home too. Meeting will take place in the reception classroom. Come in to school via the main entrance.
|Breakfast Club Week Commencing 24.9.18|
|Spaces Available Per Day|
Week ending 21st September 2018
- Reception – Blue 96%
- Reception – Red 96.7%
- Y1 CA 94.6%
- Y1 TL 100%
- Y2 LR 98.3%
- Y2 KR 96.6%
- Y3 RO 94.8%
- Y3 EB 97.3%
- Y4 AB 97.1%
- Y4 NS 98.3%
- Y5 SJ 95.9%
- Y5 EW 95.5%
- Y6 SO 94.3%
- Y6 AT 98.5%
Letter-join is an on-line resource for teaching cursive handwriting at school and at home. It uses interactive animations to demonstrate joined-up letter formation and hundreds of worksheets for real handwriting practice.
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Please ensure your ParentMail Account is kept up to date with a valid mobile number and, if possible, an email address. We use Parent Mail to send out important messages and information and consent forms for visits. You can also use it to report student absences and pay for uniform and trips. Please download the ParentMail PMX App. If you have any problems registering your account please come and speak to someone in the school office.
A number of local residents, especially in Glynwood Gardens, have expressed their concerns over people parking over their driveways. Whilst it is not against the law to park over driveways, it is very inconsiderate. Please respect our neighbours and park considerately.
Please see below for a list of recommended reading books for children for the autumn term 2018
Forest School will continue this year and most children will get 3 sessions at some point. We have started with Year 3 children. We had great fun this afternoon making a fire and making our own plum jam from the fantastic glut of plums on the trees in School. It was...
Please find the latest copy of our newsletter newsletter -September- 2018
This week we have been reading The Lighthouses Keeper’s Picnic and to help celebrate our last week in year 2, we decided to have a little picnic with all our friends before we moved onto year 3. We designed our own menu of items we like to eat (and don’t). We made...
To celebrate the end of a fantastic year, the children in Reception had a Mad Hatter's Tea Party. Earlier in the week they decorated some bunting to hang up for the party and we watched Alice in Wonderland too. The children all came into school dressed in costumes or...