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20/07/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

We are looking for a Senior IT Technician to work in the field supporting our schools in the East & South region, including Croydon, Caterham, Wandsworth, Redhill and Crawley. https://t.co/WvZVLT5gMU https://t.co/8yb5SIYMat

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17/07/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

Do you have a passion for people and all things HR? Our cluster of schools are looking for an experienced People Administrator to oversee Southgate, Kilnwood Vale and Forge Wood Primary schools. We are happy to discuss flexible working hours for this role. https://t.co/moIlprKiCS

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17/07/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools

Our 15000 children have a huge amount of family support. Thanks to all our parents, carers, family, friends & volunteers who make each school’s community. is grateful for all you give to your children and their school communities. Thank you. Until September...

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17/07/20

Wishing all our families a safe and happy holiday. https://t.co/4du6gytnYt

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12/06/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

Do you hold a recognised accountancy qualification, looking for a career within Education? We have an exceptional opportunity for a finance professional to join our Trust as a Management Accountant, based in our HO. Please share! https://t.co/cwkNX3gQMS https://t.co/GCG4O4UYch

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10/06/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

At the end of a busy week at GLF Schools, here is our weekly round up of the fantastic opportunities available to join our brilliant team - click below to find out more https://t.co/JFOZkcuIbx https://t.co/Jl3J2tFcIk

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10/06/20

Was so lovely to see some happy, smiling children back in school today. Well done to our new 🦊 and 🦉 classes.

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01/06/20

Lovely Thrive activities and ideas this week. https://t.co/IYM7dVpAKM

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26/05/20

Thrive activities for young families - which will you try over half term? https://t.co/Nwg6XI2oZt

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24/05/20

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Our timetable, for any decisions about provision for more children & students being in school after half term, is unchanged despite today’s guidance & announcements. ’ trustees will consider everything on Friday. So, in the meantime, enjoy your bank holiday, please.

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22/05/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

As we approach the end of the first half of the summer term, we are still actively recruiting for positions within our schools for September. Please share this with as many as possible, as we have some great opportunities available to join our fantastic team! https://t.co/DtyeQeCf0c

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20/05/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools

“So often & for so many of us, it is a teacher who changed our lives”-Michael Morpurgo. On we want to thank each and every teacher at GLF for their hard work, commitment and resilience- you are all amazing! https://t.co/ejceMQOxqY

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16/05/20

Reminder to Gruffalo parents; please return your parent survey information to the school office via email, if you have not yet done so. Thank you

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15/05/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

Here is a weekly round up of the fantastic opportunities we have to join our Trust. If you are looking for a change in your career, please go to our careers site to find out more https://t.co/JFOZkcuIbx https://t.co/Rwt85vOk1A

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15/05/20

Week 9 Thrive challenges for young families. https://t.co/4kseMDlyR3

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11/05/20

Keep smiling https://t.co/EpLr0iK0TQ

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11/05/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools

Following the PM’s briefing, we await further details from the DfE & our LAs. We will share information as soon as we are able. Please be assured our priority remains the safety of children & students, their families & our staff.

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08/05/20

Retweeted From Horsham District Council

Join the Horsham community online for . in partnership with , Visit Horsham and community partners, are running a programme of events on Facebook. ➡️ https://t.co/MCom3v3azm ➡️ https://t.co/9JjCplGSHE https://t.co/BScZ9BT3it

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08/05/20

LS Lowry painting of VE day 75 years ago https://t.co/7GQJh8LAjG

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06/05/20

New Banksy at Southampton Hospital https://t.co/lWKV78CO8x

Our Place in the Community

Building Effective Partnerships
We want our children and staff to be actively involved in establishing and making our community a great place to live.  In part, this will be addressed through our curriculum that:

  • Helps pupils to understand, explore and celebrate their similarities and differences
  • Helps pupils to understand what is meant by the term ‘human rights’ and what some of these rights are
  • Encourages pupils to take part in voluntary activities as part of the wider curriculum

The school will seek to promote community cohesion at the different levels of “community” shown below:

The school community

  • Establishing peer support systems within each school, including: paired reading schemes, mentors and sports and language leaders
  • Providing pupils with a strong voice in decisions that affect their learning and environment through the school council/parliament, and the opportunity to undertake additional roles with significant responsibilities.
  • The tracking of all pupils comprehensively, with particular consideration for groups of pupils such as EAL, those in receipt of Pupil Premium funding and those from ethnic minorities, with appropriate interventions where necessary.
  • Working in collaboration with parents in a variety of ways. Including, open door communication policy, parent information evenings and volunteering in school.

The local community

  • Establish effective relationships with a variety of multi agencies  
  • Taking part in an inter school sporting fixtures
  • Providing opportunities for pupils to participate in a range of events and competitions with other schools
  • Promoting community use of sports facilities
  • Providing lifelong learning for the local community
  • Staff representation at Safer Neighbourhood Team meetings
  • Positive engagement with a wide variety of other local community groups
  • Distribution of the school newsletter to parents and the local community
  • A range of parental engagement activities in line with our transition and assessment/reporting routines
  • Encouraging the local community to participate in a wide range of events (concerts, productions etc)

The UK community

  • Extending and developing the school curriculum through a wide range of trips to places of interest in the UK and by participating in national events and activities
  • Actively using assemblies to promote awareness of national issues such as homelessness and racial prejudice
  • The organising of annual charity days to support national charities

The global community

  • Providing a range of residential and exchange opportunities in different countries to allow pupils to experience and learn from other cultures.