Glenbrook Primary School

Clarence Avenue, Clapham, London, SW4 8LD

Primary

Glenbrook Primary School is a GOOD school which resides on open, attractive green spaces in the heart of Clapham Park.

We enjoy and actively work to maintain a strong community spirit among our children, parents and staff.

A brand new replacement two forms of entry [2FE] primary school is being built on the current Clarence Avenue site.

This purpose built, state of the art school will open on the eastern boarder of the existing site in the Spring Term 2018.

The new Glenbrook Primary School will provide a vibrant and stimulating learning environment for staff, pupils and their families. The new school has been expertly designed and will provide a modern educational facility within Lambeth.

Glenbrook recognises the potential of every individual to achieve excellence. We strive to positively address underachievement and have very high expectations for all members of our school community. At Glenbrook we work hard to creatively remove barriers to achievement and raise self-esteem. We are determined to create a true culture of ‘learning for all’ through meaningful partnerships with the whole school community.

At Glenbrook everyone works to provide a welcoming, calm, happy and purposeful atmosphere within which, as members of a culturally rich community, we provide an education free from discrimination. We want our school to be characterised by openness and honesty. We believe in commitment, opportunity, respect and excellence.

We deliver a broad, balanced, relevant and futures-focussed curriculum in an optimum learning environment that is attractive, stimulating and informative.

Glenbrook Primary School is part of the Gipsy Hill Federation and also the GHF Teaching School Alliance, with Kingswood being the lead school in the alliance.

GHF TSA has a wealth of experience in supporting schools to improve, both within the alliance itself and in schools in neighbouring boroughs. Our specialist areas of support include SEND and inclusive practice, with one of our senior team members being recently designated Nansen’s Regional SEND Leader for South East England and South London; Child-led learning and EYFS transition; and, philosophy and critical thinking across the curriculum, amongst others.

The Gipsy Hill Federation is driven by the belief that all children deserve of experience the very best teaching and learning opportunities at school, and that through working collaboratively this can be achieved.

Number of Pupils: 211
Ages: 3 - 11 years
Gender: Mixed
Type of School: Community

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