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  • Meden Students Compete in the Districts Athletics Competition

    Many student qualify for the county championships

    A number of students volunteered to compete in the District Athletics on Wednesday afternoon in the blazing sunshine. Students of all ages and abilities competed in the athletics events and many of the competitors did well enough to go through to the County Championships that take place on Saturday 10th June. Massive thanks and well done to all those students who took part in the competition and huge congratulations to the following students who have made it through.

    • Bryony Evans - 2nd in 100m and 1st in Javelin
    • Jessica Lake - 2nd in 200m and 1st in Long Jump - She will also co...

    Posted 12/05/2017 by Whole School - Read more

  • More Swimming Success for Elliott Clogg

    Well done!

    Elliot competed at The British Swimming Championships at Ponds Forge, Sheffield from 18-23 April. This is the pinnacle event within Great Britain and this year was used as trials for the World Championships in Budapest, the Junior World Championships in Indianapolis, the Junior European Championships in Israel and the Youth Commonwealth Games in the Bahamas.

    Elliot entered 6 events the 50, 100 and 200 backstroke, 50, 100 and 200 freestyle. To stand any chance of selection Elliot had to finish in the top two in a Junior Final in any Olympic events.

    Elliot, had a fantastic week ma...

    Posted 05/05/2017 by Whole School - Read more

  • Young Photographers Win Prizes

    Meden students take part in the Rotary club competition

    Richard Goad from Warsop Rotary Club came in to Meden recently to present prizes to students who had entered the Young Photographer Competition 2017.

    The competition, that runs annually, invites students to submit 3 photographs based on a theme. This year the theme was 'Reflections' and each photograph must be accompanied with a supporting statement. All students taking part were presented with a certificate but further congratulations must go to the following winners:

    Intermediate winners in the District Stage:

    • 1st place: Jevon Childs
    • 2nd place: Tessa Reynolds
    • 3rd place: Po...

    Posted 25/04/2017 by Whole School - Read more

  • March Maths Star Students

    The nominees are ....

    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 nominees are:

    Yr11:

    Leah Holland, Will Wilkinson, Chloe Jarrett, Owen Roberts.

    Yr10:

    Harry Amos, Tom Hufton, Billy Toon.

    ...

    Posted 01/04/2017 by Mathematics - Read more

  • Team Maths Challenge Success

    An amazing achievement at the team maths challenge.

    Last week, four of our students travelled to Doncaster to compete in the junior team maths challenge aimed at students in years 8 and 9. It involves a range of problem solving and challenging and complex mathematical scenarios that only the most able students can succeed at.

    The team competed against a range of school from the East Midlands and South Yorkshire and after a valiant effort, finished in fourteenth place; a twelve placement improvement from last year - the team are going from strength to strength!

    Those representing the school were: Natalie Hogg, Danny Brown, Sophie Booth ...

    Posted 01/04/2017 by Mathematics - Read more

  • Meden Student Smash their Target for Laps for Lapland - UPDATE!

    Massive Thanks to all Students and their Parents/Carers for their Support!

    On Wednesday 30th November, Meden students and staff took to the playing fields to do laps in aid of the Wish upon a Star Charity, 'Laps for Lapland'.

    The Meden College students, organised the event as part of their National Citizen Service, and set a target of £800 which would be enough money to send a terminally ill child to Lapland this Christmas.

    The sun was shining and the atmosphere on the field was jolly and bright. All of the students and staff donned their elf hats and set off on their mammoth walk. It was magic!

    The best news is that today the money was counted and with s...

    Posted 27/02/2017 by Whole School - Read more

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