Founded : 1959
Age range : 5 to 11
Number of students : 350
Curriculum : IBPYP
Glenealy School (GS) is an ESF international primary school.
Characteristics of Glenealy School:
- A small school with a big heart
- Progressive and innovative
- A vibrant international community
GS is a community-based school and we pride ourselves on the positive relationships that we build with students, their families and the wider community. Being a 2-form entry primary school of 360 students, we are able to offer a personal and flexible approach to meeting the needs of our learners.
At Glenealy our mission statement is to empower learners to flourish and make a positive difference. We believe every student will be successful. We support and challenge students to ensure continual academic progress and personal growth.
We are committed to providing a vibrant and enriching educational environment for students to flourish. Our school creates safe, challenging and exciting learning within modern flexible spaces and also maximises a range of opportunities outside of the classroom. We help our students become confident, independent and resilient learners who are empowered to achieve their best in all aspects of life. We strongly believe that all children can be successful.
As an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School we offer a significant, engaging and high quality international education for our students. Using the IB Primary Years Programme (PYP) as a framework, students learn through an inquiry approach where they are encouraged to explore concepts and ideas that are meaningful and relevant to their lives. We embrace the diversity of cultures within our internationally-minded community, and our students aim to make a positive difference.
When you join Glenealy, you don’t just join a school, you join a community of like-minded people who all want to ensure that every child can be the best that they can be.
Mid Levels including Old Peak Road, Tregunter Path, Conduit Road, Hatton Road, Po Shan Road, Robinson Road up to and including 70 on the even side and 95 on the odd side (the junction with Castle Road), Upper Albert Road, Albany Road, Garden Road and Cotton Tree Drive.