Glenfall Community Primary School

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At Glenfall, we offer a range of clubs. These run at various times during the week including lunchtimes and after school. Some clubs are seasonal and are only offered during certain terms.

Football club Y5/6
Cheltenham Town football Y1-Y6
Hockey club Y4-Y6
Tennis Y3 – Y6
Tag rugby club Y3 – Y6
Netball club Y3 – Y4
Cricket club Y4-Y6
Gymnastics club Y3 – Y6
Super Stars Gymnastics club Y1-Y6
Puzzle club Y4
Dance club Y3 – Y6
Athletics club Y3 – Y6
Art Club Y3-Y6
Choir Y1 – Y6
Library club Y5-6

Glenfall School Eco Club

Glenfall School Eco Club is a pupil led initiative, which is supported by Mrs Nye. As a club, we have achieved our Bronze and Silver Eco Schools awards and are currently working towards our Gold award!

Children from Years 1 to 6 meet after school, twice every half term and discuss lots of environmental issues affecting Glenfall School and the local environment. In recent years we have carried out litter picks, have started composting and have encouraged the recycling of paper, cardboard and plastic in school. This year we have started recycling old pens, batteries, plastic bottles, stamps, crisp packets, clothes, bottle tops and sweet wrappers.

We are a busy group and are passionate about looking after our school, the environment and ultimately OUR WORLD.

Feet First 2024

This year children from year 5 and 6 performed a dance linked to our World War II topic. The children danced brilliantly to the sounds of Glen Miller and Benny Goodman.

Feet First 2023

To celebrate Glenfall’s 50th birthday, our dance for the Feet First Dance Festival was to music from the 1970’s.  Children from year 3,4,5 and 6 took part and performed superbly!

Feet First 2022

After a break due to the pandemic restrictions, the Feet First Festival returned this year with a bang!  Dancers from year 5 and 6 represented Glenfall and performed a brilliant routine called Spooky!

Feet First 2019

Our theme this year was Harry Potter and our routine was called Expecto Patronum.  48 children from year 4, 5 and 6 took part and performed brilliantly at the Town Hall.

Club took part in the Feet First Dance Festival 2017