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
|Breakfast Club Week Commencing 15.10.18|
|Current Spaces Available|
Week ending 12th October 2018
- Reception – Blue 90.3%
- Reception – Red 98%
- Y1 CA 97.1%
- Y1 TL 98%
- Y2 LR 97.3%
- Y2 KR 93.7%
- Y3 RO 96.2%
- Y3 EB 89.7%
- Y4 AB 90.4%
- Y4 NS 99.6%
- Y5 SJ 97.9%
- Y5 EW 97.5%
- Y6 SO 98.2%
- Y6 AT 97.8%
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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.
Children in Year 1 along with the rest of the school and the adults too all wore their pyjamas today at school. This was all in aid of charity. Donations made will be split between the guide dog charity and also 'Day for Change' which supports food growing in poorer...
Year 1 walked down to Kells Lane park to do their science lesson this week. They were learning all about forces, so did some work on pushes, pulls, twists and turns, and finding out about springs. They all had great fun and enjoyed a little bit of play...
For this week's Wild Wednesday in Nursery, Zig our alien friend, asked us to build him a new house. We thought about what we would need and where would be the best place to build it. We decided that a good place would be amongst the trees at the bottom of the field -...
It's not long until some of the children in Nursery will be going up into Reception. They have been busy doing lots of sound, letter and number jobs recently and have blown Mrs Yielder's and Mrs Inness' socks off with their brilliance ! Well done you superstars...
We took advantage of the recent good weather to do lots of learning outside. We love to build and create imaginatively with natural materials. We found lots of logs in the school garden which we loaded into our wheelbarrows and transported to Nursery. We made camp...