Meden School is committed to providing our young people with the very best start in life. We believe that all young people can and should succeed in school. As a result we have developed a team ethos to make sure that we remove any barriers to learning for every single child. This is embodied in our school motto, WORK HARD, BE KIND.

Ofsted recognise that Meden is a good school. As a Trust we know that Meden is well on the way to becoming an outstanding school and an institution that the whole community can be proud of.

Chris James BA(Hons) PGCE NPQHExecutive Headteacher

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  • Quote of the Week

    You don't learn by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over

    This week students will be discussing this quote and Richard Branson-the man who said it.

    Posted 15/01/2018 by SMSC / British Values

  • Quote of the Week

    Smile in the mirror. Do that every morning and you will start to see a big difference in your life.

    Pupils will be discussing the meaning of this quote.

    Posted 08/01/2018 by SMSC / British Values

  • Me@Meden

    Careers

    All students will be discussing possible jobs that would suit themselves and their peers.

    Posted 08/01/2018 by SMSC / British Values

  • Elliot Clogg to represent Team England at the Commonwealth Games

    Meden so proud of their ex student!

    Ex Meden student Elliot Clogg has been selected to represent England in swimming, at the Commonwealth Games in Australia in April this year. Having just turned 18 at Christmas. this is Elliot's first senior representation. He flies out to Dubai tomorrow for a 2 week training camp after which the focus will turn towards the games.

    Congratulations Elliot from all the staff and students at Meden School. Good luck!

    Posted 08/01/2018 by Whole School

  • Maths Star Students

    And the nominations are .....

    After such a fantastic winter term, there are many students that deserve to be recognised for their hard work and achievements. Star student nominations are reserved for those students who truly do stand out. They have made great progress in their own work and are a credit to the school.

    The nominations are:

    Yr11:

    Ruth Day, Peter Sims, Nathan Wilkinson, Adam Carter, Rhea Jabanda

    Yr10:

    Kion Morton, Ella Somes, TJay Winfield, Abbie French, Natalie Hogg

    Yr 9:

    Abby Hieckmann, Lewis Wilson, Megan Harris, Alix Goodison, Chase Preston

    Yr8:

    Jaydan Staley, Lily Darby, Kai...

    Posted 15/12/2017 by Mathematics - Read more

  • Community Pull Together to Donate Food for the Food Bank at Christmas Time

    Overwhelming Number of Donations

    Thank you so much to all of the Meden School community for your kind donations to the Food Bank Collection. Once again the support has been overwhelming and so many families will benefit form the hundreds of items that have been donated by You!

    Once again, many thanks. Haope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy 2018!

    Posted 13/12/2017 by Whole School

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