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

    In the end we only regret the chances we didn't take

    In the end we only regret the chances we didn't take!

    What do you think is meant by this quote?

    Is there anything you don’t want to miss out on?

    Posted 25/09/2017 by SMSC / British Values

  • Quote of the Week

    Start thinking about...............

    “Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life.”
    J.K. Rowling

    Posted 20/09/2017 by SMSC / British Values

  • Meden celebrates another year of amazing GCSE results

    Academy achieves excellent GCSE results with amazing individual achievements

    ​Meden students have achieved good strong results in the GCSE exams with Maths, Science, Drama and Design and Technology results proving to be particularly strong. Early indications suggest that Meden may be in the top 20% of similar schools nationally. In Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy & Ethics and Further Maths 100% of students achieved a grade C or higher. Vocational subjects also performed strongly with 100% of Engineering students achieved a pass rate or better.

    With 37% of students gaining a strong pass (grade B or above) in English and Maths, Meden is amongst the very highest pe...

    Posted 24/08/2017 by Whole School - Read more

  • Meden School are celebrating their best ever A level year

    Students at Meden school are celebrating some great A Level and Level 3 qualifications this year.

    Students at Meden school are celebrating some great A Level and Level 3 qualifications this year.

    Students have achieved a 99% pass in all subjects with over 23% of A Level students having achieved A* or A in at least one subject and the A*–C pass rate is 73%.

    Students studying vocational courses have achieved remarkable results. 100% of students have achieved a distinction in the qualifications studied.

    The value added score, the measure of achievement based against student’s previous performance at GCSE level is very high at 0.42.

    Ms Sims, Head of School at Meden, commented...

    Posted 18/08/2017 by College - Read more

  • Junior Individual Maths Challenge

    Junior maths challenge success

    Year 7 and 8 students achieve top marks in Junior Maths Challenge

    More than 250.000 pupils across the UK returned scripts for the Junior Maths Challenge aimed at year 8 students, with the top 6% of students nationally receiving a gold certificate, the next 13% silver and the next 20% bronze.

    Our maths students proved top of the class as they achieved 4 silver and 9 bronze awards in this year’s UKMT Junior Maths Challenge. An amazing achievement!!

    Well done to those in 8m1:

    Silver: Evan Edwards, Charlie Broadhead, Adam Guy

    Bronze: Abby Hieckmann, Jasmin Reders, Ethan Grieve, ...

    Posted 18/06/2017 by Mathematics - Read more

  • Maths Star Students

    After a busy half term, there are many students that deserve to be recognised for their hard work an

    After a busy half 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. Not just for their work ethic or the quality of their classwork; these students have also shown perseverance and resilience when faced with difficult tasks and remained positive. They have made great progress in their own work and are a credit to the school.

    The nominations for this term are:

    Yr11:

    Ellie Thompson, Mya Collier, Joe Deakin, Chloe Jarrett, Lucie Hawkins.

    Yr10:

    Adam Car...

    Posted 05/06/2017 by Mathematics - Read more

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