The Researchers have produced some fabulous artwork ✏ https://t.co/vUkQKZpuiW
Glenfield churches have organised a Community Advent Calendar ⛪ Every day from the beginning of December a new Advent window will be revealed in Glenfield. Download the map or use the online version at https://t.co/PRUGgZItDV. More details at https://t.co/YXCuTxs64f.
Odd Socks day to help raise awareness of bullying. It is an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves, celebrate their individuality and celebrate what makes us all unique! All you have to do to take part is wear odd socks to school on Monday! https://t.co/sLvjVhHJXY
Don't forget to wear bright clothing to school on Friday #ChildrenInNeed2020 https://t.co/aL7XGVzw5l
With another national lockdown in place, we all need to be looking after our mental health and emotional wellbeing. Improving this is often about spotting the warning signs. The link below gives helpful suggestions and resources. https://t.co/kuLENP2i8f
Latest government information for parents and carers https://t.co/uhsTQpWQi4
The children at Glenfield Primary have created a wonderful poppy display. #RemembranceSunday https://t.co/MmM0Uyc3MF
If your child is due to start school in September 2021 you can apply now through County Hall school admissions. Everyone must apply for a school place, as there is no automatic entry for any school even if siblings attend.
The Year 6 children enjoying autumn Happy Half Term Everyone https://t.co/fdNNtrVJW3
Congratulations to our reading raffle winners . "The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you will go." - Dr. Seuss https://t.co/tB4KuKMFhY
W/C 03rd February 2020