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24/01/20

Do take a look at our latest Glyn Newsletter dated Friday 24 January 2020 https://t.co/v2caWcK1he

24/01/20

Years 7 and 8 Glyn PSA Disco this evening (Fri 24 Jan) from 7.00pm to 8.30pm for those who bought tickets in advance - have fun!

22/01/20

Retweeted From Glyn School P.E.

Some really exciting rugby from sees the score 10-0 with two unconverted tries

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20/01/20

We're celebrating the 200th after-school lecture by Mr Matthews today. An amazing achievement and a fantastic contribution. This afternoon, it's Our Earth - An Historical Journey. https://t.co/W3ZU698zHR

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17/01/20

Great to see Glyn Parliament in full force today! https://t.co/96UifOvJPa

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11/01/20

Retweeted From Glyn School P.E.

Glyn School GCSE PE in full flow ✏️📖 https://t.co/y3lDxCBybI

07/01/20

We have an amazing new video about our school (with thanks to Mr L:awrenece) including fabulous aerial views!. We are incredibly lucky to study and work here! Do take a look: https://t.co/MymzSVQ0sA

06/01/20

Happy New Year! Students return to school on Monday 6 January by 9.50am for a 10.00am start with Period 2, Week 2. Students should make their way straight to their Period 2 lesson. Thank you.

16/12/19

Tuesday 17 December is Mufti Day and Students' Christmas Fair! Wear your Christmas Jumper and bring a bit of small change - all for charity!

13/12/19

Do take a look at this week's Glyn Newsletter - a very busy week, indeed! https://t.co/GqquSlOoUi

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12/12/19

It's all about to begin! https://t.co/EHLvh4xpCa

12/12/19

Thursday 12 December - hope to see you at the Carol Concert this evening at St Mary's Church in Ewell Village from 7pm to 9pm. A warm welcome awaits.

12/12/19

Thursday 12 December - see you at the Carol Concert this evening! A warm welcome awaits at St Mary's Church in Ewell Village from 7pm to approximately 9pm.

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12/12/19

With the Glyn School Mock Polling Station due to close shortly, how have students voted? Results tomorrow...watch this space! https://t.co/BmdZbFr6wo

12/12/19

The Polls are open! Glyn School's Mock Poll has begun, with polling booths, slips, official counters, as near to the real thing as possible. How will the students vote? Will it reflect the National vote? Results later today!

10/12/19

Great numbers have signed up to the Duke of Edinburgh award at Glyn School…63 Bronze, 30 Silver and 9 Gold. Look out for news on what people are doing for their volunteering, physical and skill sections.

06/12/19

Do take a look at this week's Glyn Newsletter! https://t.co/qFZul5Z9BO

05/12/19

Year 13 Parents and Carers evening this evening, Thursday 5 December. A warm welcome to families.

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04/12/19

Retweeted From The Beacon School

Artist in Residence at The Beacon School Jonathan Braybrook, who is an art teacher at School came to the Beacon School to take up the role of Artist in Residence on Wednesday, 2nd December. He led a master class for our A-Level students in fine art portraiture. https://t.co/18G9n8sCRL

The Houses

At Glyn School, we believe in celebrating achievement in as many different ways as possible. We hold an end of term celebration assembly for the whole school each term. Details of the rewards system are found in the Behaviour for Learning policy.

We have a vertical student support system. This means that our support system is structured around a Head of House and Assistant Head of House who oversees 5 forms of students in years 7 to 11.

The House team, consisting of your Tutor, Head of House and Senior Learning Mentor, will support students systematically in their years at Glyn to ensure students are settling in and becoming part of Glyn in the best possible way. Tutors meet their students twice daily in their tutor room with fellow tutees where registration and a uniform check will be carried out. In addition, students will have a chance to be involved in discussions, reflect on assembly or have a chance to talk about successes experienced in their day.

The Heads of House and Senior Learning Mentor offices are in a central location. These are places that students can come to at any time before or after school, break or lunch, to talk to people if they are worried about things in or out of lessons. Whilst the Head of House keeps an eye on behaviour in lessons and students’ academic progress, the tutor is the day to day point of contact for students.

The Head of House will lead assembly every week and will meet with students in their house to discuss progress in lessons, how hard they are working and any extracurricular activities they might want to be taking up. It is important students try their hardest in all lessons. This will be noticed by teachers who will reward students with positive apps. The Head of House will be notified and students’ success will be discussed with parents and highlighted in assembly. Heads of House, Senior Learning mentors and Tutors should aim to maintain regular contact with parents by telephone and email, so they will be kept up to date when students are making the right choices and doing well in school. They will also be informed if students make mistakes, and Heads of Houses will work with students to rectify any problem situations that arise. The House team also has access to student mentors, counsellors, a school nurse as well as key workers for students who are experiencing difficulties in school.

Form Tutors have a very important role to play in transmitting the values and virtues of the school through their daily contact with the students in their form group. There is only one adult that each student in the main school sees daily and that is the tutor.

These eight houses are linked to our local area and can be viewed in pairs:

There used to be an ABBEY at MERTON which was called Merton Abbey;
The BOURNE river goes through Chertsey, site of a BENEDICTINE monastry;
The TUDOR family named CAREW;
DERBY is named after Lord Derby, the founder of the famous horse race whilst OAKS was the name of his home; in addition to being the name of the prestigious race first held in 1779, the year before the first Epsom Derby.

The below list has been updated for the Academic Year 2019-2020

Assistant Headteacher - Mr B Holloway

 

Head of Abbey House: Mr M Daniels

 

Head of Merton House: Miss C Southall

 

Deputy Head of House: Mr T Scorgie

 

Deputy Head of House: Mrs S Wiles

 

Form Tutor Team

 

Form Tutor Team

7A

Mrs F Cutrufo

7M

Miss L Stokes

8A

Mrs A Rathore and Mrs S Arain

8M

Mr M Hawkes

9A

Mr J Sidhu

9M

Miss F Ahmad

10A

Mr M Keating

10M

Miss J Phillips

11A

Mr C Sinclair

11M

Mrs S Hartnett

 

 

 

 

 

Head of Bourne House: Mrs J Fairbrother

 

Head of Oaks House: Miss L Seal

 

Deputy Head of House: Mr C Beaney

 

Deputy Head of House: Miss P Piper

 

Form Tutor Team

 

Form Tutor Team

7B

Mrs M Edwards and Miss S West

7O

Miss H Daudi

8B

Mr M Toye

8O

Mr T Inthirarajah

9B

Mr A Summers

9O

Ms D Calvin and Mrs M Mitra

10B

Mr J Ellis

10O

Miss A Gascoigne and Mrs S Duncan

11B

Miss E Kay

11O

Mr A Coleman

 

 

 

 

 

Head of Carew House: Mrs R Regan

 

Head of St Benet House: Mr A Churchill

 

Deputy Head of House: Mr N Miller

 

Deputy Head of House: Mr T Ahmad

 

Form Tutor Team

 

Form Tutor Team

7C

Mr M Chhatralia

7SB

Ms C Dimitrantzou and Miss T Stone

8C

Miss S Caverhill

8SB

Miss R Picken and Mr K Sullivan

9C

Miss A Hinchcliffe

9SB

Miss A Vazquez

10C

Mr S Olsen

10SB

Mrs A Thomas

11C

Mrs C Brown

11SB

Dr G Bhasin

 

 

 

 

 

Head of Derby House: Mrs M Bloomberg

 

Head of Tudor House: Miss J Zimmermann

 

Deputy Head of House: Mr H Trusler

 

Deputy Head of House: Mrs G Turnbull

 

Form Tutor Team

 

Form Tutor Team

7D

Miss K Bryan

7T

Miss S Bayliss

8D

Miss D Al-Yasiri

8T

Mr P Hazzard

9D

Mrs N Munns and Miss D Ward

9T

Mrs K Poole and Miss J Ryell

10D

Mr K MacLeod

10T

Mr J Braybrook

11D

Mr M Dinnage

11T

Mr I Taylor-Kublik