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Glenfield Primary School

Primary (Years 1-6, approx. age 5-10 )

We would like to welcome your child to Glenfield Primary School and we hope if you choose to enrol your child in our school that thier association with us is an enjoyable and rewarding one.

Our vision for each and every child at Glenfield Primary School is:

  • Excellence
  • Learn for the future
  • Effective teaching and learning
  • Success for all students
  • Inclusive partnerships across the community

To achieve this vision we endeavor to instill the values of:

  • Success
  • Respect
  • Confidence
  • Imagination and initiative
  • Reflection

Our children come from an extremely diverse range of cultural backgrounds and we value this diversity. We are able to offer the experience of being involved in a variety of cultural and sporting groups.

We are a community of respect and where everyone is a learner.

Contact Glenfield Primary School
Physical address

101 Chivalry Road, Glenfield
0629 North Shore City
View on Google Maps

Phone numbers

09 4418730

  • Number of students: 280
  • Number of international students: 2
  • Male and Female

School features

  • English language support
Glenfield Primary School is a well-established school, opened in 1959. 
There is a strong community engagement, including ethnic dinners and communication evenings. We have open learning environments that welcome community involvement. We encourage strong learning, focused links with families and welcome regular feedback. Through the school newsletter, assemblies and our website we promote academic, sporting and cultural programmes and share our achievements and successes. Parents are interested and engaged in the school and support us in many ways, utilising school facilitites to the full.
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