Glebe Farm School will actively seek to be a positive, responsible and impactful part of its local, regional, national and global communities in all its activities.

Locally, the school site itself will offer many opportunities for individuals and local community groups to access high-quality facilities and spaces for activities throughout evenings and weekends.

The school will host community events and is privileged to recognise its opportunity to contribute to the new and existing residential communities in the area.

As part of the governance structure of IFtL, a key responsibility of the Governing Body of Glebe Farm School will be to continuously examine “the position of the school within its wider community and how the school contributes positively to this” reflecting its unceasing commitment to this.

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