Local Area

We are located close to the  Sweyne Park Open Space. Originally war-time agricultural land, it became a cherished green area in the late 1980s under Rochford District Council’s care. Since 1992, the local Parks and Open Spaces Officer has developed the park, planting trees, shrubs, and wildflowers across its 57 acres. The central meadow, popular with dog walkers, encourages ground-nesting birds and wildlife. The lake, extended during housing development, fosters diverse habitats. Spot Blue Tits, Green Finches, and Sparrow Hawks, among others, and don’t miss the charming Meadow Salsify.

Glebe Primary School celebrates its close connection to this natural gem. Come join us in nurturing a passion for the environment as we discover, educate, and appreciate the wonders of Sweyne Park’s open space and its wildlife.

Vision & Values

We are committed to strong partnerships between home, school and community members. 

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About us

We believe that education is about more than just what happens in the classroom.

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Friends of Glebe

When your child joins Glebe, as parents and carers you automatically become a member of FoGP. 

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Children will be able to start the term after they turn 3 years old, we have new intakes in September, January and April. 

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Our Governors

The LGB is made up of members from different groups – parents, staff, our local community and the Headteacher.

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Get in touch

Getting in touch with us is easy. You can give us a call, send us an email or fill out our contact form.

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