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Welcome to Glory Farm Primary School
Adults and children work together in a warm, exciting and stimulating environment. Pupils aged between four and eleven, from our richly mixed catchment area, are taught in mixed ability classes, working under the care and guidance of their own class teacher. We are proud of our learning environment, the equipment and facilities we offer, and the way in which the children use, enjoy and respect them.
We hope our website gives a clear insight into our school. However, we think the best way to find out about it is to come and meet us! Our head teacher, teachers and children would be delighted to show you around our school – and we’d all be delighted to meet you and your child!
An exciting, stimulating and flexible curriculum
A caring, happy and positive atmosphere
Developing independence, confidence and self-esteem
A rich environment with high quality resources and experiences to meet the needs of all learners
News, Events and so much more....
Last night we really saw what a wonderful and warm community we have at The Bicester Learning Academy as Glory Farm Primary School held our Carols by Candlelight evening. Despite a little flurry of rain, nobody was deterred from enjoying the various stalls outside and refreshments in the hall. Excited children had the opportunity to visit[…]
The sound of the children’s laughter could probably be heard right across our town yesterday as the staff at Glory Farm performed their hilarious pantomime to the pupils. Bravado was required as various members of staff took to the stage in front of the children, dressed in hilarious and garish outfits. Mr Elkington in his[…]
What an amazing choir we have here at Glory Farm Primary School. We were extremely proud of every one of them yesterday when, along with with Mrs McCarthy and Mrs Black, they visited the Methodist Church to perform to the Forget Me Not Club. Their behaviour was impeccable and they brought smiles to all the faces[…]
This year we will be celebrating Christmas Jumper Day on Tuesday 18th December. To help raise money for Save the Children, please come to school dressed in a Christmas jumper or top. All donations for the day can be made via Parent Pay. Please see below, the winners of our Christmas Jumper competition 2018 […]
Reminder – On 7th December 2018, we will be having a non-uniform day and then the 20th of December, sees our Carols by Candlelight event. Please see the flyer below for details.
Spot the difference is the theme of the day today at Glory Farm Primary School. Children and Staff have arrived, creatively dressed to take part in an enormous game of Spot the Difference. Work continues as normal but with the added excitement of working out what difference each person is portraying. Ranging from odd socks[…]
Dear Parent Please see letter below from the Chair of Directors, together with a supporting letter from the Headteachers’ Group, WorthLess?, for your information Kind Regards Ben Baxter Executive Headteacher >
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Yesterday was a very exciting day in regards to the School Council’s bake off competition. We were truly touched and overwhelmed with all the bakes which kept making their way to my classroom until break time – it was very hard to resist the temptation! We would like to say an enormous thank you to parents[…]