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Glamorgan Junior Public School's Mission Statement

Glamorgan Junior Public School is located in northern Dorset Park, a thriving community south of Highway 401 and west of Kennedy Road. The school property was once owned by William Loveless and his family. The public school, opened in 1974, is named after a county in Wales, and the school logo is the Welsh Griffin. Children who attend Glamorgan can easily walk from the apartments, condominiums, and townhomes in the area.  A beautiful park adjacent to the school provides many recreational facilities for the students, including a playground, basketball court, baseball diamond, community meeting spaces, and a splash park.  Glamorgan JPS is proud to serve this dynamic and diverse community.

Glamorgan serves approximately 520 students representing almost 25 different language groups. Approximately 80% of the students speak a primary language in addition to English, Tamil and Arabic in particular.  The School has 26 classrooms, 6 custom-built kindergarten rooms, 2 gyms, a music room, a well-appointed library and a state-of-the-art computer lab with an interactive whiteboard. We also have a campus of five highly resourced classrooms for students with developmental disabilities.  The Storie Wing includes a customized activity area, several interactive whiteboards, and a Sensory Room.

Eco Schools

Glamorgan is green!  In previous years, we have been certified as a platinum status Eco School, and we are committed to sustaining this prestigious standing. This means that our students and staff have mastered the skill of recycling, reducing and reusing. We are well on our way to improving our current practices. Our outdoor classroom is an extension of our school!

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Health, Wellness and Athletics

Our students have daily opportunities for supervised physical activity e.g., Physical & Health Education classes, Classroom Activity, House League, and various varsity sports teams, including basketball, volleyball, soccer, track and cross country programs. We provide leadership opportunities through our Student Athletic Council and Junior Coaching program.

The Arts

Glamorgan embraces and celebrates the Arts in all forms! Professional performers are booked annually for all of our students to experience.  Arts specialists on staff also provide expertise and extra-curricular opportunities for our students including Orff and recorders, Folk Dance, and attending various performances.

Before and after school programs

The school houses a YMCA before and after school program.  The West Scarborough Boys & Girls Club of Canada operates an after school program five days a week. This program offers homework help, nutritious snack and organized games.  There are also other evening permits which offer programs to the community, including International Language Classes Wednesday evenings.

Settlement and Education Partnerships in Toronto

Glamorgan is involved in the Settlement and Education Partnerships in Toronto (SEPT). The program aims at connecting families with settlement services in the community. The Toronto Disctrict School Board hopes to promote student success by facilitating the settlement and integration of newcomer families. 

Additional Features

  • The Storie Wing!
  • Beautiful Library Environment
  • Computer Lab/SMARTboard technology
  • Roots of Empathy Program
  • Many extra-curricular activities
  • Custom-built Kindergarten Rooms
  • Safe and caring environment

Student Life - Where You Belong


At Glamorgan Junior Public School, students have the opportunity to be involved in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities at all grade levels.
From fitness activities, such as OT Fitness, to sports activities, including basketball, volleyball, and cross country running or to general interest clubs such as chess, STEM Club, reading,  craft and cooking clubs, everyone has an opportunity to be involved. One of our features is our 'Arts and Soul' musical theatre group for the Junior grades.
To support our Eco School efforts, students can become Eco Owls, members of the Recycling Team and take on leadership roles in school greening projects, community clean- up and planting activities.  We also embrace the Earth Rangers program.


West Campus, Glamorgan JPS
At Glamorgan we provide a challenging program through Global Competencies.  We have a strong focus on Healthy Living, Character Development and a growing appreciation for the Arts. Being an accredited Eco School, we strive to instill in our students a sense of stewardship for the environment and pride in becoming responsible citizens of the world.
The Storie Wing for exceptional students.  A unique feature of our school is the Storie Wing, Glamorgan JPS, named in memory of former Principal, Jon Storie. The Storie Campus is a collective of specialized classrooms for students with developmental and physical disabilities.  This area includes a customized activity area, a dedicated outdoor playground and a Sensory Room. This program services exceptional students from across the TDSB.  The team in the Storie Wing consists of expert teachers and educational assistants, supported by TDSB personnel (e.g., Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, Special Education Consultant).


We offer International Language Classes in Tamil and Arabic; Settlement Worker Program; Toronto Public Library Programs - Bookmobile; Toronto Public Health and Dental Program; Toronto Police Services Safety Presentations; Toronto Fire Services Safety Programs; YMCA School Age Program; Scholastic Book Fair and Used Book Exchange; Annual Walk and Roll-a-thon; Food Drive; Terry Fox Run; Stewardship Programs with Parks and Forestry: Community Clean-up and tree planting; School Council with regular meetings and our Daily Snack Program.