As our school starts to re-open we have put together two important documents for parents.
It is vitally important that all parents read these documents before their child returns to school.
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Virtual class talks will be taking place next week over Zoom at 4pm to allow parents to collect children from school and get back home. Parents have been sent the log in details for their child’s year group via ParentMail. If you have not received it, please email the school on email@example.com.
Mon 28th September - Year 1
Tues 29th September - Year 2
Weds 30th September - Year 3 and 5
Thurs 1st October - Year 4
Fri 2nd October - Year 6
OFSTED September 2019
"All the staff are great and Glade is a wonderful Community School."
HEAD TEACHER’S WELCOME
On behalf of all the governors, staff and children I would like to extend a warm welcome to Glade Primary School. We are committed to developing values, attitudes, and life skills that result in the children becoming respectful, resilient and responsible citizens ready to play their part in the world and their community. This is very much encompassed in our school motto:
“Growing, Learning and Achieving with Dedication and Enthusiasm”
We are a Rights Respecting School; we put the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) at the heart of everything we do. We have recently been awarded the ‘Rights Respecting Gold Award’, which means that we have fully embedded the principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) into our ethos, culture and curriculum. Our pupils are encouraged to think independently and challenge information and news around them- evaluating what is accurate and what is 'fake news'.
We are immensely proud of our school, the passionate team that works here and the exciting curriculum and other activities which our children enjoy all year round within a nurturing, friendly and family-oriented environment. Outdoor learning lends itself to practical engagement and appropriate risk taking. We believe children need these opportunities in order to build their confidence, spatial awareness, physical strength and the ability to keep themselves safe in an ever-changing and unpredictable world. The work carried out in classrooms is further enhanced through our provision of outdoor learning within the school’s grounds and in our own forest and pond area.
We hope that our website will give you a glimpse of our values, curriculum, events and community. If you would like to know more then you are encouraged to contact the school office and arrange a visit to see us at work.
Mrs Farzana Hussain.