Glebelands Primary School

Stimulating Young Minds


Supporting your Child at Home

In the event of your child needing to self-isolate, home learning activities will be provided for them.  Please go to the Class Pages section of the website where your child will be able to access a rage of activities from across the curriculum.


Should the school close as a result of Covid-19, or your child's whole class is sent home to isolate, they will be provided work through our online learning platform, DB Primary.  Your child will have received their login and password which will allow them to access a range of learning features as well as contact with their class teacher.


Should you have any questions, please contact your child's teacher in the first instance.


Parents are the most important people in children's lives and research shows that where parents know and understand what their children are learning at school and where they are able to support this, then children make the most progress.


Whilst your child is at Glebelands, we will provide you with:

  • Information about how your child is doing;
  • General information about what is happening in school;
  • Information about how you can help your child.


If you have a concern at any time about your child then please contact us straight away.

How is my child getting on?                                                                                   

You can contact school at any time if you want to find out more regarding your child's progress.


We have two formal parent-teacher consultation evenings: one just before the autumn half term and one just before the spring half term.  We also offer parents the opportunity to come in to school during the last week of the summer term after you have received a full written report on your child's progress during the year.


Parents of children on the Special Educational Needs (SEN) register will be invited to review the child's 'Pupil Passport' at the end of every term, where new targets will be set.


Parents of children in Reception, Year 2 and Year 6 will receive formal assessments as required by law.


Foundation children will be assessed over a number of areas and will be described as emerging, expected or exceeding.