Art Exhibition 2019

Wow, what a day! Yesterday’s Art Exhibition saw the culmination of a lot of hard work by all of the staff and children to bring the exhibition to such fantastic and successful fruition. The display was a celebration of the children’s artwork, which had been created during their normal lessons. Glory Farm Primary School is in the process[…]


Tesco Bags of Help

For a few years, Tesco has teamed up with Groundwork to deliver its Bags of Help initiative across England and Wales. The initiative means community groups and projects can receive funding of up to £4,000. We applied for this initiative at the beginning of the academic year and we are pleased to announce that our[…]


BLA Parent Governor elections invitation

The Bicester Learning Academy would like to invite you to stand for election as a Parent Governor on the Local Academy Committee for Glory Farm Primary School.  There is the provision at Glory Farm Primary School for two Parent Governors to serve on this Committee. Please see the relevant documents below or should you require any further details[…]


Chinese New Year fun…

On Tuesday afternoon, Year 1 learnt all about Chinese New Year. We made our own dragons and Chinese lanterns and thanks to a family in Year 1, we even experienced a real Chinese dragon! The children had lots of fun having a go at using chopsticks and writing numbers in Chinese symbols. They also heard[…]


Carols by Candlelight

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[…]


What a pantomime!!

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[…]