School AnnouncementsEco Group receives Fourth Green Flag!
November 3rd, 2016 at 6:17 pm
The staff, pupils and parents were delighted to receive the news that they had successfully retained their Green Flag status for the fourth time. It was made particularly special because the pupils and community had pulled together to rebuild the School garden after it was severely damaged by Storm Frank. The children were also complimented on their Pupil Action Plans where the pupils led the agenda, meetings and ensured all classes had a role in contributing to our Eco Schools Agenda. It was a huge achievement that has been recognised and supported by the local community. The pupils are now continuing to look at the UN sustainability goals and work alongside our Rights Respecting group to enhance the learning already taking place.
Glenbervie Get Gold!!
November 3rd, 2016 at 6:16 pm
Glenbervie has achieved Gold Sports Award Status. They are one of the first schools to achieve this within Aberdeenshire and are looking forward to the presentation from Sports Scotland. Again, it is testament of the dedication of staff, Active School coach, Visiting PE specialist, Parent volunteers and of course the pupils for keeping the profile of Sport high within the school and ensuring Sport is inclusive for all.
Glenbervie gain Unicef’s RRS level 1 Award
August 18th, 2016 at 8:56 am
After much hard work and a very successful assessment day the staff and pupils of Glenbervie have received their Level 1 RRS Award.The RRS group now plan to continue with this and look at the next steps to Level 2.Grand Opening of Harvey Garden
May 28th, 2016 at 8:12 pm
Harvey Garden reopens after flood damage. East Coast Viners, DIG, Primary 4/5, Garden gang and the Eco Group have all worked hard to make this possible. Many thanks to all the volunteers who made this possible.Glenbervie receives RRS Recognition of Commitment
December 8th, 2015 at 2:38 pm
Pupils and staff have been working hard on Unicef’s Rights Respecting Schools Award which is used to embed children’s rights into the ethos and culture of the school. In November the school received their Recognition of Commitment which recognises that Glenbervie is putting the UN Convention on the Rights of the child at the heart of our practice. The school are helping all children to improve their well-being and realise their potential. Well done to all involved!