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Glebelands School opened its doors on the evening of Tuesday 4th October to prospective parents and students from local primary schools.

The classrooms were buzzing with enthusiastic students as the school and its staff showcased each department with examples of learning.

Headteacher Anne Hutchinson outlined Glebelands' vision for the future, explaining that she wanted it to be 'a school that has teaching and learning as its number one priority so that excellent progress and achievement can be made.'

Head boy and girl Lewis Keen and Laurel Gibb gave an insight into how GlebelandsSchool has helped them throughout their last four years, while Year 7 students Aaron Gent and Hannah Gibbings said they have enjoyed their first few weeks at the school.

Students led tours of the school, where visitors watched bubbling chemicals and gruesome dissections in the school's science department, participated in games and activities in maths and saw showcases from artists and performers, as well as a host of other activities. There were also games on the multi-sports court and the smell of baking bread wafted from the Food Technology department.

Source - Surrey Advertiser