Welcome to Glenaire Primary School.
A very warm welcome to Glenaire Primary School website.
Glenaire Primary School is a one-form entry community school in Baildon. We are proud to be known as a caring and inclusive school and value the close community feeling of being one-form entry. On the 1st May 2022 we joined Exceed Academies Trust who are supporting us along the next steps of our journey.
Children are at the heart of everything we do. We nurture them to become the very best that they can be. We work hard to instil a sense of pride and respect so that our children are well-rounded citizens of the future. We want our pupils to enjoy the challenge of understanding new ideas and acquiring new skills; to develop lively, enquiring minds and intellectual curiosity.
We have a highly committed, friendly staff who work together as a team and believe that education is a partnership with parents. In a locality rich with educational resources on our doorstep, our setting includes a large area of woodland, which we are developing into a forest school.
We hope you find what you are looking for on our website. If you want to speak to one of the team in person, please telephone Mrs Barrow or Mrs Mackenzie in the office, who will be happy to help. Alternatively, we pride ourselves on the warm welcome we extend to all visitors, so why not make an appointment to come along and experience this for yourself? We look forward to meeting you.
Kirsty Hutchinson Jo Wilkinson Siobhan Barford
Executive Headteacher Executive Headteacher Interim Head of School
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Our School Office is open from 8.15am until 4.30pm. If we are unable to take your call, please leave a message and someone will call you back.
Headteacher: Mrs Jo Wilkinson | Office: Jenny Barrow and Mandy MacKenzie | SEND: Mrs Laura Metcalfe
Tel: 01274 582 514 | Fax: 01274 588 397
School Session Times
School starts at 8.45am | School ends at 3.10pm
Complaints should be brought initially to the Class Teacher, then if necessary, to the Headteacher who, in most cases, will be able to resolve complaints. A more formal route for more serious complaints is by a letter to the Chair of Governors.
Glenaire Primary School has a Complaints Policy on the website which states the procedures followed