Growing Together At the Heart of God's Community
Our Gospel Value for this half term's
collective worship is Truthfulness
The truth will set you free. John 8:32
Welcome from the Head Teacher to all parents, children and visitors to our school. Thank you for taking the time to browse our school website, we hope you find it informative and gives a flavour of what being at Glazebury offers.
On behalf of governors, staff and pupils, I would like to offer a very warm welcome from Glazebury Church of England (aided) Primary School, rated good (Ofsted June 2015). We recognise that every child is special and unique, each having their own contribution to make. We believe that the primary years are the most important to develop and encourage a sense of wonder and discovery, these years really do allow our children to Grow at the heart of God's community.
We are all very proud of our school and work hard to do the best for our children.This is an high attaining school with high standards of behaviour and achievement. As an Anglican foundation we seek to promote a loving and caring environment, which has Christian values at the very centre of all that we do.
I feel honoured to lead such an inspiring and caring school and to be given the opportunity to ensure that each and every child meet their true potential. We strongly believe that parents are a vital in their child's learning journey and working alongside parents is our priority.
Mrs. Karen Mowbray
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Year 5 and 6 developing their team working skills during PE today. #Ldsteducation
Class 2 enjoyed using a range of resources when looking at one more and one less in Maths.
In year 5, we have been exploring decimal fractions. We used concrete apparatus to explore the relationships between whole numbers, tenths and hundredths. #ldsteducation
Class 2 are now very soggy after our water fight on the school field! Everyone had a great time. I think the children enjoyed picking on their teachers a bit TOO much!
Class 2 have had a brilliant time during our first Computing day, learning how to create algorithms for our bee bots to follow :D
Class 3 completing a learning challenge for the Big Question - Why is Liverpool such a cool place to live ? Creating art work using Liverpool landmarks as inspiration. #ldsteducation
Class 4 Computing Day #ldsteducation
Class 3's completed collages. They are such a creative and talented bunch ! 💐 #ldsteducation