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Thanks to all our staff and volunteers for all they have achieved this half term. An amazing response.


A decade on: and came together under shared ‘executive’ leadership on this day in 2010. Within 2 years, was created as the both committed to a permanent partnership - thriving together for the last decade. Happy anniversary both👏🏻


Such gratitude to all teachers with us for all that they have achieved throughout 2020. Thank you.


It’s the weekend!


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We are looking to appoint an administrator to drive forward our marketing/recruitment and communications strategy - is this the job for you?


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Every child has the opportunity to 'make their mark' at our school - as seen on our new hall display where EVERY child has contributed! This is where our Headteacher Stars shine each week when children have displayed our values in school:


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Today’s the day! We will be releasing lots of useful information on our website for prospective parents to view. Look out for this later.


Thank you! Much appreciated!


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We're Live on Today at 3pm! spoke to former academy player turned teacher, , all about the Community Trust, the value of sport, and his life changing injury. | DAB | Online


Happy ‘official’ 6th birthday to ⁦⁩ as a GLF school 👏🏼 The latest newsletter has a good recipe for cheesecake!


It’s the fourth anniversary of Meridian High ⁦⁩ transferring to ⁦⁩. Happy anniversary! 👏🏼


Happy 1st birthday to Frogmore Junior School as a GLF school👏 ⁦


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Great article highlighting our partnership with NowTeach. Spotlight on ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ from ⁦⁩.


Thank you. Weekend. Enjoy. Relax. See you on Monday.


Thanks to all our parents, children, staff, governors, volunteers, trustees & colleagues in partner organisations (all past and present of course) for their contribution to our schools and our trust. We can’t do our role and achieve our purpose without you all.


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Never heard of Healthcare Science? All you need to know about a fantastic, alternative career in health


It’s the weekend. Enjoy and thanks to everyone for their unstinting support their week.


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It's National Teaching Assistant Day! A day to celebrate the wonderful, dedicated teaching assistants we have across the Trust - thank you for everything you do for our children. Want to join them? Click below for more details!


Thanks to all our schools for such a positive week of learning and teaching. And fun! Enjoy the weekend 😊


Great AHT role here!

Posted on: 06/03/2020

Postponed - Our young scientists head for university finals

Lab coats and microscopes will be at the ready for our young science enthusiasts as they head to university for the finals of a tough contest.


The orginal date of March 30 has now been postponed and we hope to set a new date in due course.


More than 40 primary and secondary schools from the GLF family exhibit amazing science projects they completed at home.


The event will also welcome businesses and organisations involved in STEM subjects; Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Students will have the chance to take part in a variety of activities designed to encourage their enthusiasm for the subjects.


“We are so pleased that the number of participating students continues to grow for the science fair. This year, our fourth, will be the biggest yet and we are all looking forward to seeing the huge variety of projects being exhibited.


“Students must take a great deal of credit because all the work is done outside of school, in their own time and on their own initiative and the competition is really hard,” said Daniel Welch, Primary Science Leader at GLF Schools.


A keynote speaker this year will be the university’s Dr Andrew Casey who proved to be a huge hit last year with his fire and ice demonstrations and discussion.


Each participating school holds its own science fair and the winner from each will head to the London university for the grand final.


“We continue to be amazed by the high standard of the projects and all the students have obviously worked very hard to be at the final. The complexity of the projects gets harder each year and we are always so impressed with each and every entry,” added Mr Welch.


“Inspiring and encouraging young people to have a life-long love of STEM subjects is at the heart of what we do. There are so many wonderful career options open to them with these subjects, and if their projects are anything to go by we will have some future names to watch,” he added.


Projects taking the honours in recent years have included a study of  tooth decay, how to make gases at home and the chemical composition of coffee.