“Outstanding leadership at all levels has been effective in making rapid improvements to teaching and pupils’ achievement, and motivating pupils to develop outstanding behaviour and attitudes to learning.”
“Pupils make outstanding progress from their starting points and reach high standards in reading, writing and mathematics.”
“Teaching is outstanding because teachers use their excellent knowledge of what pupils already know to plan work which is highly challenging for pupils of all abilities.”
“Pupils’ outstanding behaviour and attitudes enable them to concentrate and persevere in all lessons and this supports their learning extremely well.”
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Glenmere Community Primary School opened in 1964 and is set in spacious grounds.
It is an attractive and friendly school combining the advantages of separate classrooms with the flexibility of shared working areas.
The school provides an atmosphere which is conducive to learning, building a firm foundation for further education and developing the skills required to make children secure and worthy members of society.
Glenmere is a Primary School for boys and girls from the ages of 4 to 10. Children join the 4+ in the Autumn term after their 4th birthday. Key Stage 1 is for children in years 1 and 2 and Key Stage 2 is for children in years 3 to 6. Children transfer to Wigston Academy or Beauchamp College for years 7.