Prospective students and their parents were given the opportunity to see what is available during an open evening held at Glebelands School.
"It was a fantastic evening," said a Glebelands spokesman. "The school showcased each of its departments with examples of students learning and opportunities for parents to find out more information."
"The evening was extremely popular and young people from Years 5 and 6 enjoyed seeing the school in action as they look forward to selecting their secondary schools later this year."
Headteacher, Anne Hutchinson delivered a welcoming speech that set out her vision and values, as well as her aspirations for future developments at the school.
This was followed by head boy and girl, Harry Good and Ruth Nicholson who gave an insight into how Glebelands School has helped them.
Year 7 students Eleanor Sanctuary and Jack Batstone also spoke about life in school.
"It was a delight to hear how much they have enjoyed their first few weeks at the school," said the spokesman.
Throughout the evening, students in Year 7 and Year 11 students gave tours of the school, where families saw experiments with bubbling chemicals in the science department, handmade exploding volcanoes in the geography department and creative showcases presented by the school's artists and performers.
The multi-sports court was busy with students enjoying the sports facilities and the smell of baking wafted across the playground from the food technology department. In addition, visitors were invited to meet support staff and sample food from the Dining Hall.
Source - Surrey Times