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It is with great pleasure that I welcome you on behalf of the children, staff and governors to our school website. I am Sue Hewitt, Head Teacher of Meadows First School and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our friendly and welcoming school.
The school forms an important part of the local community and we work hard to create and maintain these positive links. Our aim is to work in partnership with parents and the community to provide a high quality education for all of our pupils.
Communication is key to the success of these partnerships; we have an open door policy and work hard to keep parents informed of life in school. Our talented and hard-working staff are committed to helping the children feel safe and happy in a stimulating environment, ensuring that they enjoy their learning and achieve their best. We work hard to ensure our pupils can flourish academically, socially, emotionally, physically and creatively. Our work is supported by an effective and dedicated Governing Body.
We are a member of a group of schools who collaborate to ensure that we are providing the best outcomes for our pupils.
At Meadows, we aim high and value excellence; we have high expectations of everyone in our school. We are proud of our reputation for achieving high academic standards, for our caring and inclusive ethos, for our excellent manners and for our high standards of behaviour. It is important to us that our children develop and show respect for others and for their environment. We are very proud of our children; they always give of their best because they know that we value each one of them individually.
Learning is at the heart of everything we do; we aim to equip our children with the skills needed to make a positive contribution to our ever changing world. We offer a broad spectrum of learning opportunities, which will support their development into confident, independent, thoughtful and resilient young people.
Article 29 of the UNCRC (United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child) says:
“Education must develop every child’s potential, talents and abilities to the full.”
Every day at Meadows First School, the staff and governors are working to make sure that by the time you leave us you have had the opportunity to:
We hope that this website gives you a taste of our school, but it cannot take the place of a visit. If you would like to experience our warm welcome or talk to me about any aspect of school life, please ring our school office (01527 872508) to arrange an appointment.
Please take the time to browse and see what Meadows First School has to offer or read our Prospectus here.
Details for Volunteering or becoming a regular visitor to our school can be found in our leaflet Safeguarding Advice for Volunteers and Regular Visitors.