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

Latest News and Tweets

  • 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

  • Quote of the Week

    'Those who deny freedom to others derserve it not for themselves'

    An Abraham Lincoln quote that pupils will be discussing this week

    Posted 11/12/2017 by SMSC / British Values

  • Me@Meden

    Pupils will be looking at the religious background of Christmas

    Posted 11/12/2017 by SMSC / British Values

  • Meden Cross Country Success

    Tremendous Turnout for the District Cross Country Competition

    Meden runners were celebrating yesterday after taking part in the District Cross Country Event. Meden entered the largest number of students out of all of the district and out of 7 schools ranked as follows:

    • Year 7 Girls - 3rd place
    • Year 7 Boys - 2nd place
    • Year 8/9 Girls - 1st place
    • Year 8/9 Boys - 3rd place
    • Year 10/11 Boys - 1st place

    From each of the year groups, the first 12 students qualify for the county event which will take place at Wollaton Hall in the new year. All students performed well but special congratualtions to the following students:

    • Skye Turner - ...

    Posted 07/12/2017 by Whole School - Read more

  • Quote of the Week

    'We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back'

    Pupils will be discussing this quote during tutorial this week

    Posted 04/12/2017 by SMSC / British Values

  • Me@Meden Sessions

    Careers focus

    Over the next two weeks in Me@Meden sessions students will be finding out about what careers are suited to their qualities and skills

    Posted 04/12/2017 by SMSC / British Values

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