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Our Creative Arts students are incredible! Art, Music, Drama, Food, watch our video...even the music is home grown Glyn student talent!


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Parents and Carers - if you did not receive the Glyn Newsletter on Friday 9 July, please check your junk! Please then move the email to your inbox, which will resolve the issue for future messages. Apologies - new parental messaging system gremlin!

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Open Evening postponed to Thursday 16 September 2021. We hope this new date will allow prospective families onto the school site, and we look forward to meeting you then!


Vacancy - are you an inspiring and experienced Careers Advisor looking for a position in an ‘Outstanding’ school?


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Joining Glyn School in September 2021? Please see our Transition Experience video!

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Wishing our Glyn School Wimbledon Ball Boys all the best as the Championships begin today


Reminder! Mufti Day Thursday 24 June - own clothes, voluntary £2 on the gate for Glyn PSA, remember your face covering...remind your friends!

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Library book returned 19 years late - 995 hours of detention? We hope he made it in The Rock Business!


With regret, Glyn School Open Evening for prospective Year 7 entry has been postponed until Thursday 16 September 2021. Further details on our website:


Friday 11 June train disruptions/cancellations, including West Ewell and Epsom:


Good afternoon Due to significant problems with the signalling system near London Waterloo, train services running across the whole South Western Railway network may be cancelled, severely delayed or revised.


Do take a look at this week's Glyn Newsletter - so much good news!

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✨ TWO DAYS TO GO ✨ We can't wait to welcome you along to our South UK University & Apprenticeship Search Virtual Fair! Don't miss out on the chance to get expert advice from universities, colleges & apprenticeship providers. Register now 👇


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💯- always interesting for staff to hear from former students who remember the way you believed in them.


Fabulous career opportunity for teacher of Business Studies & Economics!


Exciting vacancy for Business Studies & Economics Lead Practitioner!


Hello! Any ideas how long Schoolcomms will be down, please? Do I stay at school and hope it comes back on, or go home? I stay or do I go now?!?

Posted on: 28/01/2021

Online Safety

With the majority of young people now learning from home, they will be spending more time online doing their school work, playing games or socialising. Technology is hugely valuable for education, as well as a way to keep in touch with friends and family. However, it is important we all consider how we can help to keep young people safer online during lockdown. Here is some information about what your child may enjoy online and what you can do to help to keep them safe:

Online Gaming

Online games are social activities, and most have features that allow young people to chat with others whilst they play.

For information about the positives of gaming, the risks of ‘in-game chat’ and measures you can take to help protect your child, watch this short video: In-game chat: a guide for Parents and Carers

Sharing Images and Videos

Young people often share images or ‘selfies’ and there is potential for some of those to be nude or nearly nude images. Young people share ‘nudes’ for a number of reasons, and some situations are more risky than others.

For information about the contexts in which images are shared and how best to respond, take a look at nude selfies: a Parents’ and Carers' guide

More information?

Thinkuknow is the education programme from the National Crime Agency’s Child Protection Command CEOP (NCA-CEOP).  Their aim is to protect children and young people from sexual abuse online.

For more information, advice and guidance, visit their Parents' and Carers' website and download their home activity worksheets for fun, online safety activities to do with your family.

Steps you can take to help keep your child safer online:

Have an ongoing conversation: continue to talk about the Apps, games and sites they like to use, and what they like and don’t like, and any concerns about being online. Discuss with them when to unfollow, block or report. For help starting this conversation, read having a conversation with your child.

Make sure they know where to go for support: Remind your child that they can always speak to you or an adult they trust if anything happens online that makes them feel worried or upset. Remind them that they will not be in trouble at that you are there to help. For a breakdown of report services, visit:

Supporting your child with reporting unwanted content online

Make sure they know about NCA-CEOP: Young people can report a concern about grooming or sexual abuse to NCA-CEOP at and get support from a specialist Child Protection Advisor.