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19/03/19

Thank you & with international visitors for visiting us today to see our in action! 🙌🏼 https://t.co/BMhIqXml1N

19/03/19

Thank you for delivering two very inspiring assemblies to our Year 7s & our Year 8s today! The Arts based careers talk & personal journey was great to hear. The singing was brilliant! 🙌🏼 https://t.co/8Ulg20I5S3

19/03/19

Retweeted From Innovate My School

Oxford : we're heading to to host Lead LIVE on 24th April 👩‍🏫 Don't miss our key note speaker, 's Liz Shapland, as we help you to tackle . Tickets are completely free! https://t.co/o1DOWCmyEr https://t.co/NSiWmojixi

19/03/19

Retweeted From Anthony D

We welcome our first school in Oxfordshire to welcome aboard 🚌We look forward to introducing our Young Gentlemen’s Project!🏆A huge thank you to Headteacher for inviting us in and for such a warm welcome!🎵🎶🏆✨ https://t.co/on6LaRBVW5

19/03/19

Retweeted From Alison Watson MBE

UK needs more schools! So we want to help find a volunteer architect, landscape architect, land surveyor and sustainability expert in the region to inspire young talent on 4th April. DM/contact support.com to

19/03/19

Retweeted From Carolyn Saul

A great day today that included an inspiring assembly from . I drove home belting out some Lady GaGa and Cyndi Lauper tunes

19/03/19

Retweeted From Anthony D

This is the reason we do what we do Carolyn! Glad to hear you were inspired to sing all the way home today and I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to ☺️🏆🎶🎶 https://t.co/lsatjh9Ufx

19/03/19

We are delighted to be hosting the next on April 24th! Network with other secondary headteachers and senior leaders from across Oxford to talk about ways to strategically reduce teacher workload. Register for your FREE ticket at https://t.co/YwjTFhVCzJ https://t.co/dYBzQhdD2Y

18/03/19

Retweeted From Aureus Primary

We are recruiting for a Casual KS1 Booster and Intervention Teacher to join our team . To find out more and apply online, visit https://t.co/kK8jSyuMLo https://t.co/Dq9cL5wOxT

18/03/19

Retweeted From Aureus Primary

We are seeking a part-time Teaching Assistant to join our wonderful team . Find out more about this exciting role and apply online: https://t.co/2yoZNZfgV3 https://t.co/kiyPWxeifG

17/03/19

Retweeted From Anthony D

Looking forward to delivering a very inspirational assembly at and also to meet the lovely https://t.co/S9BFbOlW0y

16/03/19

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🧬🦠

I cannot express how amazing Emma is. If you can spare anything and donate to this cause I know she would appreciate it! https://t.co/KR863i2PsS

16/03/19

Retweeted From Mrs L Buckley

I've to help Emma Risby, our inspirational, vibrant and brilliant teacher, who suffered a significant and life changing stroke in February 2019.. Donate on and help raise £2000 https://t.co/oUGL4xDtXm ""

16/03/19

Retweeted From @Didcotfoodbank

We’d be very grateful for donations of tinned veg, tinned puds and coffee. We have collection boxes at Sainsbury’s Didcot, and you can drop off donations at Didcot Baptist Church during its opening times: https://t.co/483RhaWo6W Thank you!

16/03/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

Teaching is hard. But parenting is hard too. Especially without the support of an extended family. Thank you to all the parents & carers who work in partnership with us. 2/2 https://t.co/roiE9BUz3O

16/03/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

Thank you to supportive parents & carers who work with the school. One mum stayed for 2 hours in reception to ensure her daughter did her consequence this morning to avoid it escalating. Another dropped off statements whilst a 3rd came to discuss an issue. 1/2

15/03/19

Our final activity this week, creating your superhero in pixel art! https://t.co/qYbD1Lbikh

15/03/19

Friday break time can only mean one thing...hot chocolate! https://t.co/6gVVDQxRqH

14/03/19

We are really lucky to have a brilliant local police force in Didcot who worked with us this week to educate our community for knife crime awareness week - thanks for the informative assemblies & knife arches. We appreciate your over time PC Kaur & the team. 👏 https://t.co/Gi4V62H4F6

14/03/19

Retweeted From Hannah Wilson FCCT FRSA

You know you have a fab team when they check in on you each day you are off & offer to bring you supplies when you are sick. Thank you lovelies - you all rock! Will bring edible thank you’s in soon! (When we are well enough to eat them!) https://t.co/3gQnIl14Z0

GLF Vision & Values

GLF Schools is a multi-academy trust which is responsible for setting up and managing the new school. The trust is centred upon the National Support School status of Glyn School. GLF Schools’ motto is ‘where children grow, learn and flourish’ and we are committed to developing our school improvement strategy across all sectors.

We have been a DfE approved sponsor academy since late 2011 but have chosen to grow steadily so that we can be sure that all schools within GLF are able to ‘grow, learn and flourish’ themselves. We are passionate about helping schools achieve the best possible outcomes for their children and young people. 

GLF Schools’ Vision

‘Learning and Teaching’ is the core purpose at GLF Schools. We are committed to raising the aspirations and achievement of our children and young people through:

  • Outstanding leadership at all levels.
  • Inspiring learning and support for all delivered by dynamic and passionate professionals.
  • Instilling a sense of challenge, enjoyment and passion for learning.
  • A curriculum, unique to each school, which suits the needs of its children in their local community.
  • All children will be supported and encouraged to lead healthy and active lives; making sensible choices whilst respecting the views and attitudes of others.

Aims

At GLF Schools we aim to ensure:

  • Every child and student is highly valued and expected to achieve their full potential no matter what their socio-economic background.
  • All children will enjoy their learning, attain high outcomes and be helped to become  confident individuals and responsible citizens whilst making excellent progress.
  • All children will benefit from an inclusive ethos, excellent teaching and a broad and balanced curriculum underpinned by strong leadership, in a local school.
  • All children will be supported and encouraged to lead healthy and active lives, making sensible choices whilst respecting  the views and attitudes of others.

Quality - Persistence - Teamwork