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March 2022 - Local resident and future Year 7 pupil, Ben, visited Glebe Farm School to get the latest update on how the build is going and to interview the Site Manager, Sam.

March 2022 - Milton Keynes’ first fossil-free school!

Exciting things have been happening at Glebe Farm School. We are extremely proud to be Milton Keynes Council’s first fossil-free new build school with sustainability at the heart of all we do from solar panels to power much of the school including electric Bunsen Burners to planting trees and offsetting 12.43 tonnes of CO2 eq.

Introducing our new logo

Did you know that ‘glebe’ – means cultivable land and fields?

We have featured ploughed farmland under a sunrise to reflect this, the design represents growth, new beginnings and positivity. The illustration forms the shape of a capital letter G.

Being your child’s cheerleader – The vision at Glebe Farm School.

Our vision is to deliver an exceptional 21st century, comprehensive and universal all-through learning experience that will unlock every individual’s potential.

  • We will value the way in which each child is unique; celebrating diversity and valuing the importance of each other within our community.
  • We will demonstrate the highest standards of respect and empathy of others regardless of ability, gender, ethnicity or religion.
  • We will uphold high expectations around behaviour, nurtured in a high-trust environment which will promote independence.
  • We will be relentless in our endeavours to build secure relationships with each other based on mutual respect.
  • We are here for all children, and all learning needs, and will provide personalised support whilst never compromising on raising aspirations for every learner

Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things!

Have you considered being a school governor?

You don’t need any specific skills or experience to be a school governor. You must be over 18, but you don’t need to be a parent or have experience working in education. Often, it’s the outside experience you can bring that a school needs.

Professional experience in areas such as HR, finance, legal, health and safety or project management are all useful to a school. Soft skills such as leadership, communication and problem solving are also great additions. Above all, we need people who have the desire and can commit the time to make our schools wonderful places and nurture a secure and engaging environment in which we all thrive.

If you are interested in becoming a school governor at Glebe Farm School email Stephanie Boak at: sboak@iftl.co.uk