Our science afternoon the other week was enjoyed by both Parents and Pupils. A booklet has been created for for Parents and Pupils to try different experiments at home, using everyday kitchen supplies. Along with the experiments to try, is a list of local science places of interest you may wish to visit.
There are also documents below regarding Resilience, which were used on the day.
Now that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come into effect, we have 2 documents below explaining reasons why Glenmere collects data and what it collects, among other information regarding data.
Author Neil Griffiths came into Glenmere on Monday 14th May to talk to the children about his books. He explained why he wrote certain books, such as ‘Itchy Bear’ and he entertained the children by reading to them, which they really enjoyed.
On Thursday 12th April 2018, we had a family day, where Parents, Carers and Grandparents could come into Glenmere and take part in different activities with their children. Activities included ICT, art, a treasure hunt and dance…as well as a ‘challenge’ activity! It was a great day and everyone enjoyed themselves.
Year 5 children had an amazing African Day. They created African birds out of plastic bottles which they then painted, learned an African dance as well as learning how to play African drums. The children really enjoyed the day.
We had a fantastic Art Day, with Linda Harding on Monday 26th February 2018. The children worked together and created an amazing banner. They looked at local influences and incorporated these into the banner.