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 12.11.18|
|Current Spaces Available|
Week ending 9th November 2018
- Reception – Blue 91.3%
- Reception – Red 96%
- Y1 CA 95%
- Y1 TL 98.7%
- Y2 LR 97.3%
- Y2 KR 99%
- Y3 RO 95.3%
- Y3 EB 94.5%
- Y4 AB 100%
- Y4 NS 98.6%
- Y5 SJ 98.2%
- Y5 EW 97.9%
- Y6 SO 98.2%
- Y6 AT 93.6%
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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.
Year 2 had a taster session in the Forest School area. They enjoyed toasting marshmallows on the camp fire and exploring the surroundings. They can’t wait for sessions next...
Over the past 5 weeks Y1 have enjoyed taking part in football sessions ran by NUFC. We have played lots of different games to develop important skills such as dribbling, aiming and...
It was lovely to be visited by Miss Armstrong and some of her students who told us about the fantastic work they are doing to raise money for school children in Malawi who aren't as fortunate as us....
Y1EB had a fantastic Pirate Day! We all looked excellent in our pirate outfits. We had fun doing lots of pirate activities such as making cutlasses and hooks. We also enjoyed watching Peter Pan on the...
As part of our work about the seaside we have been reading The Lighthouse Keeper’s Picnic. We decided as a class to plan and make a picnic, which we invited the other Year 2 class to. We decorated biscuits. We loved watching the pop corn pop! We made jam, ham and...
Please see our latest newsletter newsletter -July final - 2018