Your children will have brought home a Parent Questionnaire, to be completed and returned to school. If you have not received one, you can view and print one from our Parent Questionnaires page here http://www.glenmere.leics.sch.uk/parent-questionnaires/
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The OWLS Academy Trust is seeking your views on our proposed Admissions Policy. Our consultation will run from Monday 17th December 2018 to Monday 28th January 2019.
The changes are proposed to take effect for first time admissions for entry September 2020 onwards and mid-term transfers from August 2020.
Along with the documents below, additional details can be viewed on the Trust website: https://www.owlsacademytrust.co.uk/information/admissions/
Congratulations to Isobelle B, who was a finalist in the Leicester Mercury awards for Beating The Odds. Isobelle was the youngest finalist at the awards. She was awarded for being such a brave young lady after the sudden and tragic death of her father. Isobelle, has proven herself to be the most resilient young lady, continued to come to school every day, work hard and showing exemplary behaviour despite battling with immense sadness. This is all something we know her father would be so proud of her for.
We are pleased to announce that Glenmere achieved the School Games Mark Gold Award for the second year in a row.
The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme that was launched in 2012. The aim is to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school.
School Games Mark applications are divided into areas:
Participation – How many young people at your school are engaged in sporting activity?
Competition – How many sports are being played and how many competitions are being entered?
Workforce – How many pupils are involved in leadership activities alongside taking part in competitions?
Clubs – How many local links does your school have with clubs or establishments from the area?
In the 2017/18 academic year, we successfully attended and completed Route to Resilience training. Route to resilience is an evidence-based and practical approach to supporting schools and families in their work developing the emotional well-being and resilience of children and young people.
Glenmere Primary School was one of the 95 across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to complete the programme, an achievement we are proud of.
As part of the programme we submitted an accreditation tool that evidenced the implementation of Route to Resilience in our school. I am pleased to confirm that we are now a Route to Resilience accredited school.
We are delighted that the New Lubbesthorpe Primary School will be the sixth school in our family, and will join our established, thriving group of schools within the OWLS Academy Trust.
Documents regarding New Lubbesthorpe Primary School:
Links to New Lubbesthorpe Primary School’s Website, E-Mail Address, Phone Number and Social Media pages:
Website: www.nlprimary.net – Still being set up currently (Nov 2018)
E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos of the site the school will sit on:
Drone footage of the site:
Footage and Pictures courtesy of Drummond Estate and the drone company Everything is Somewhere Ltd.