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The Glebe Primary School
Pulford Road, Norton, TS20 1QY, UK Stockton-on-Tees
Tel. 01642 360876


Welcome to  Glebe Primary School.
We thank you for your interest in our school.

At the Glebe we are committed to providing the highest quality of education possible for all, regardless of race, creed, ability or disability, in partnership with parents/carers.

We aim to ensure that every child realise their true potential fully through work and exploration and transfers to secondary education fully equipped to meet all challenges.

The Glebe is a happy and hard working school. We have wonderful children and a hard working staff.
We are proud of our parents/carers, our governors, our staff and our children who work together to create a safe and welcoming environment where we can all continue to continue to learn. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum and we expect high standards of achievement and behaviour.

We have been awarded the Basic Skills Mark for the comprehensive work carried out by the entire learning community. We have also received the Drug Education award and the Active Mark for our commitment to P.E. Our Eco Club has also been awarded the Silver Award for the contributions made by the children around school to help the environment.

We hope you find the information about our school useful and if you have any further questions please ring our school office.

Mrs. G. Repton
Head teacher

The Glebe Primary in Norton, Stockton-on-Tees was orignally built as an Infant School and a Junior School, although they were only separated by an internal wall. The Junior school opened in 1971 and the Infant School opened in 1974. The two schools amalgamated in 1981 opening as The Glebe Primary School on September 1st.
The Glebe Primary School has an independent kindergarten for children before nursery school age.
We have a nursery and year groups one to six.


    Every morning we have Breakfast Club before school ran by Mrs. Cleary and Mrs. Wells. This club starts at 8.00 and costs £1.50 per day. The children get a choice of breakfast and join in with lots of fun activities and games. If you would like your child to join please contact Mrs. Boyle in the office as spaces are currently available. During SATs week all the year 6 children were invited to breakfast club to ensure they had a great start to each day during this important time.
  • Lunchtime Chess Club for Years 5 and 6 with Mrs. Repton and Mrs. Hall.

  • School Council 12.30 -1.00 with Mrs. Lewis

  • Eco Club 12.30 - 1.00 with Mr. Pritchard

  • Multi Sports Club 3.30 - 4.30 with Simon Carson Sports Coaches

  • Homework club from 12.30 - 1.00, ran by Mrs. Repton.

  • 3.30-4.30 Netball coaching with Mrs. Watton for children in Years 5 and 6.

  • 3.30 - 4.30 Football coaching is ran by Mr. Pritchard for children in years 5 and 6.


  • Computer Club runs every Wednesday evening from 3.30 - 4.30 and is aimed at raising the achievement of girls in ICT. This session is run by Mr. Moody, Y2 teacher and The Glebe's ICT Curriculum Leader and Mr. Gribbin, the ICT support assistant.

  • Recorder club meet with Mrs. Thompson on a lunchtime every Wednesday, for boys and girls in Years 3 and 4.


  • 3.30 - 4.30 Healthy Schools Club is ran by Mrs. Thompson for children in years 3 and 4.

  • Choir meet every Thursday. The first group involves children in Years 3 and 4. A second session is held for those in Years 5 and 6.

  • Between 5.00 - 6.00 Rainbows is ran by Mrs. Atkinson.
Playground Friends

We have a special system of Playground Friends made up of children in Years 5 and 6. These children give up their own playtime to help other children in Key Stage 1 to have fun and play games.
Playground Friends are trained by Mrs. S. Wells and are able to suggest games and show children how to use equipment, such as hula hoops, skipping ropes and complex throwing games.
School Council

At the Glebe we have our very own School Council made up from two children in each year group, Years 1 to 6. Children meet every Tuesday lunchtime with Mrs. Lewis and all children in school have the opportunity to provide suggestions for changes and improvements that could be made in school and the surrounding area. Elections are held in September, at the start of each new school year.
Eco club

The Glebe Primary is very interested in caring for the environment and the world around us. We have established our own Eco Club, made up of children in both key stage one and two. We are looking at ways to help avoid waste and have started to recycle paper in boxes in our classrooms. Eco warriors meet every week on a Tuesday lunchtime with Mr. Pritchard.

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