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We are very keen to hear from any ex-students who would like to share with us their achievements since leaving Glebelands. Ms. Hansford is looking to create a ‘Glebelands Alumni’, starting with a display on past pupils’ successes, to inspire current students to think to their futures. It does not have to be traditional academic achievements but it would be nice to know how Old Glebeonians feel their time here helped shape them for their life ahead. Ideally, Ms. Hansford would like to have some ex-students come and speak to the class of 2017, to encourage and inspire them. However, if public speaking isn’t your thing, simply email in your reflections on your time here and details of what it has helped you to achieve for our display. A picture of yourself in your chosen career, training or receiving a qualification would also be valued. If you wish to contribute to our project (or you know of someone who might) please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We look forward to celebrating the success of our past students and hope your stories will really motivate our current cohort!

It has also come to our attention that a number of exciting school reunions are planned for this year! For the class of 1977 a 40 year reunion will be held in the Richard Onslow on 10th June between 12.30 and 3.30, all are welcome, any queries can be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The class of ’87 are also looking to celebrate with a reunion and charity event in September of this year, with some of the proceeds being kindly donated to the Glebeland’s Trust. However, Sally Hurman (nee- Blake) who is organising this exciting project, is having trouble tracking everyone from that year down! If you are of that vintage and wish to find out more please contact her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Please, see below for the Uniform Shops Summer Opening Hours


Glebelands Experience Week School Uniform Shop opening hours:

Monday 3rd July                                3pm to 4.15pm
Tuesday 4th July                               3pm to 6.30pm
Wednesday 5th July                          3pm to 4.15pm
Thursday 6th July                              3pm to 4.15pm 

School Uniform Shop Summer Holiday opening hours:

Monday 31st July                            2pm to 4pm
Tuesday 8th August                        2pm to 4pm
Wednesday 16th August                 2pm to 4pm
Thursday 24th August                     2pm to 4pm
Monday 4th September                  10am to 2pm

Glebelands School has received a letter from the Minister of State, MP Nick Gibb congratulating the school for its 'excellent improvement' in GCSE results between 2013 and 2015.  It is now one of the top 100 non-selective
state-funded schools for progress in England.  

Please find detailed below the school term dates and INSET days for the academic year 2016/2017.

INSET Day - 5th September 2016
First Day of Autumn Term for Students - 6th September 2016
INSET Day - 25th November 2016
Autumn Half Term - 24th-28th October 2016
Autumn Term Finish - 21st December 2016

INSET Day - 3rd January 2017
First Day of Spring Term for Students - 4th January 2017
Spring Half Term - 13th-17th February 2017
Spring Term Finish - 31st March 2017

INSET Day - 18th April 2017
First Day of Summer Term for Students - 19th April 2017
Summer Half Term - 29th May-2nd June 2017
INSET Day - 30th June 2017
End of Summer Term - 21st July 2017 







Record GCSE results (again) for Glebelands students.....

Glebelands School improved their results yet again with 70% of students achieving the new ‘basics’ measure of A*-C in English and Maths. 83% of students achieved A*-C in English and 79% achieved A*-C in Maths, while 29% of grades across all subjects were awarded at A or A*.

Headteacher Anne Hutchinson said ‘We are absolutely delighted with these results. More importantly our value added measure which shows the progress made by students from where they started at the end of Year 6 to their GCSE achievements at the end of Year 11 is fantastic – well above national expectations and by far the highest we have ever achieved. Also, the gender gap was only 1%.’

She added ‘All the students deserve their success as they have worked so hard and we are delighted for them. I know that they would want to pass on their thanks to the fabulous teachers who supported them through their five years with us. I would also like to thank the governors and parents for their support – it’s a team effort! We know that our students will go on to do great things and wish them all the very best for the future’.