Glenda Repton - Headteacher
Pulford Road
TS20 1QY

01642 360876


Cleveland Police Competition – The Glebe Primary 1st Place Winners

The School Council entered a competition ran by Cleveland Police. The brief was to create a presentation to encourage young people to think about their behaviour in public places. The School Council chose to produce a short film. This was written, acted and produced by the school councillors and filmed by a parent of a child in Year 2. We are very pleased to announce that The Glebe Primary School came first in the multi-media category! As a result, the film will now form part of a national campaign and be shown to schools in the local area. A huge well done to all the school councillors involved.

News & Information

Athletics Event

We had forty children attending a Year 5/6 athletics tournament on Tuesday at Middlesbrough Sports Village. The children’s be-haviour and attitude was fantastic in such blus-tery conditions! We will find out in due course if we have any qualifiers for the next round.
Whatever the outcome, you should all be extremely proud of yourselves.

Summer Fayre Donations

Thank you all for your generous ‘bottle’ donations this week. Next week we are asking for ‘toys and books’ to be donated.

Anyone who does so, may come to school in non-uniform on Friday 25th May.

Congratulations Year 6

Congratulations to all of our Year 6 children who dealt with SATs week like professionals! We are incredibly proud of how the children dealt with the tests. After a long, tough week, they all blew off some steam with a fantastic surprise party as a treat.


Year 5 Bikeability

Some of the Year 5 children took part in Bikeability lessons this week.  The lessons  aim to teach safe riding skills, such as signalling and manoeuvring. Isobel said, “We had to travel around cones and keep a safe distance apart. It was fun!”

Breakfast Club Bookings

Further to our notice last week, please be advised that all breakfast club places must be booked in advance.  This is to ensure the safety of the children by maintaining appropriate child to staff ratios.   If Breakfast Club is full, and children arrive without pre-booking, they may be turned away for this reason please ensure that your child is accompanied by an adult to the Breakfast Club door.

Road Safety

As a school we encourage the independence of our older pupils. Walking to school alone or with friends is an exciting prospect for the children, but road safety is a hugely important skill for the children to master. There is lots of excellent information available online to help parents with this transition and even helpful as a refresher for those already walking without adult supervision. An excellent resource can be found at

Bingo Night

The bingo night was a great success and fun was had by all. Thank you to all who attended and / or donated prizes for the event. A huge thank you, as always, must go to the staff who organised the event and hosted it in their own time. Also, our school events would be incredibly difficult to manage without the support of our parent helpers who are a huge help to our team.

Right of the Fortnight


Article 13 (freedom of expression) Every child must be free to say what they think and to seek and receive all kinds of information, as long as it is within the law.

Attendance 25th May 2018:

This week's winners are Class 6S well done!


Team Points 25th May 2018:

This week's winning team is Ashton!

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