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

Valentine’s Breakfast & Lunch

The Valentine breakfast club event was a great success. Many members of staff supported the club so that all the children had a hearty breakfast.

Thanks particularly go to Mrs Wells, Miss Mulligan, Miss Talbot, Mrs Cleary and Mrs Glass.

A big thank you also goes to the lunchtime catering staff for their fantastic Valentine’s school lunch. All the children enjoyed the event.


The Glebe Primary is taking part in World Book Day on Thursday 1st March. We are having a competition for the best costumes that reflect characters from books. This event is a great opportunity for the children to get excited about all things books and literacy! We look forward to seeing everyone getting into the spirit of the day.

Parents’ Evenings 19th, 20th and 21st February

We have sent reminder letters to all parents who have not yet booked a consultation. Please do remember to book your appointments using the online system.
All instructions are included on your letter.
The booking system will be open until 18th February – after this you will not be able to book an appointment.

Two Fantastic Days Spent with HoopStarz!

On Monday and Tuesday this week we had HoopStarz in working with all of our children.

The children were introduced to new skills and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Some of our children (and staff) had the chance to demonstrate their new found skills in an enjoyable whole school assembly.

The lady who facilitated these ‘whole school’ workshops left a wonderful comment in our ‘Visitors Book’ – we are extremely proud to receive these comments about the school.

My super power is running………whats yours?

On Monday this week, thirty Key Stage 2 children attended a cross country event at Northshore Academy.

All the children represented the school superbly and ran with maximum effort over the long distance.

We are very positive that we will have a number of qualifiers for the next round and will let you know as soon as we do.

A huge well done to all of the children involved!

Parents Evening

Parents Evenings will be held WC 19th February.

A letter will be sent out next week with details on how to book.

Leading Parent Partnership

After our recent success in gaining the award for Leading Parent Partnership we are very excited to continue working closely with our parents and carers.

By working together we can achieve so much more.

We are planning to hold the next meeting in March and we hope that we are joined by many of you. Details to follow soon.

In addition to this we have a new five week adult course “Keeping Up in English in Key Stag 2” starting on 19th February. A letter will be sent out next week.

Right of the Fortnight


Article 29 (goals of education) Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full. It must encourage the child’s respect for human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own and other cultures, and the environment.

Attendance 23rd February 2018:

This week's winners are Class 4CA, 2W and 1K, well done!


Team Points 23rd February 2018:

This week's winning team is Ashton!

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