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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  • Maths Success

    Success in the Intermediate Maths Challenge

    Year 9, 10 and 11 students achieve top marks in Intermediate Maths Challenge

    More than 250.000 pupils across the UK returned scripts for the Intermediate Maths Challenge aimed at year 11 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 1 gold and 7 bronze awards in this year’s UKMT Intermediate Maths Challenge. An amazing achievement given most our students sat the paper a year or two early!!

    Well done to:

    Gold: Ryan Guy (yr11), who has also qual...

    Posted 18/02/2018 by Mathematics - Read more

  • Quote of the Week

    It doesn't matter what others are doing, it matters what you are doing.

    Pupils will be discussing this quote during tutorial time this week

    Posted 12/02/2018 by SMSC / British Values

  • Me@Meden

    British Values

    During Me@Meden this week students will be completing an overview of British Values

    Posted 12/02/2018 by SMSC / British Values

  • Me@Meden

    Tutorial time

    This week students will be updating their Spirit of Meden Award booklets

    Posted 12/02/2018 by SMSC / British Values

  • Sportshall Athletics Competition

    Meden students smash it!

    Meden year 7 students travelled to Manor yesterday to participate in the Sportshall Athletics competition. Mr Gibbison took 10 of our students who each competed in a number of track and field events. Meden girls were pipped at the post by just 2 points by Garibaldi School but the boys won gold and will now represent Mansfield at the Nottinghamshire event next week.

    Massive well done to the following students who took part.

    • Paige Johnson
    • Ellie Johnson
    • Ellie Flear
    • Evielei Thorpe
    • Jessica Waplington
    • Tyler Whyle
    • Kaelan Emery
    • Sam Tattersall
    • Matty Proud
    • Kenzie Marriott
    • ...

    Posted 07/02/2018 by Whole School - Read more

  • Me@Meden

    Luvu2 Performance for year 8

    Today Year 8s will be watching a theatre production that explores issues linked to sexting, grooming and child sexual exploitation.

    Posted 05/02/2018 by SMSC / British Values

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