Welcome to
Meden School

As you explore the website, you will get a flavour of the unique culture that exists within Meden School. Our aim is very simple and that is to be recognised as outstanding in every aspect. The determination of staff and governors to achieve this goal is very strong and is based on a simple but direct strategy: ABC (Achievement, Behaviour and Curriculum).

Whether you are a current or prospective student or parent/carer, potential member of staff or a casual browser taking an interest in the school, I trust that you will find our website a useful source of information. If you would like to find out more, please contact us.

At Meden, we are committed to academic excellence and many features on the following pages will reflect that excellence. We are ambitious for our students and keen to ensure that they are thriving in a vibrant academic environment which provides pace, challenge and support.

We place an emphasis on the development of skills alongside knowledge so that our students become active and independent learners, prepared for both further education and for their place in an increasingly global society.

We know every individual is unique and we want every talent and ability to be recognised and developed. Through our Tutors and Heads of House we provide a strong and effective pastoral system that supports every child in our school.

Janet Brashaw
Head of School

Latest News and Tweets

  • Well Done to Meden GCSE Students

    Meden GCSE Success

    Well done to Meden GCSE students who have worked extremely hard to gain their results today. Students at all levels should be immensely proud of their results which are testament to all their hours of hard work and the effort they have put in.

    Special recognition to our top performing GCSE students

    Amy Simpson - for achieving 10  x A*/A grades

    Harry Sisson, Alex Harrison, Jenny Dobb, Rose Hemingway - for achieving  9 x A*/A grades

    Good Luck for the future!

    Posted 20/08/2015 by Whole School

  • Meden enjoys further A-level success

    Meden school is pleased to announce another outstanding set of A-level results.

    ‚ÄčMeden school is pleased to announce another outstanding set of A-level results.

    The school continues to go from strength to strength by maintaining its 99% pass rate from the previous year, with 50% of maths A-level grades being A*s and A's and 100% of BTEC medical science students receiving a distinction; certifying a wide range of achievement at both academic and vocational level. 

    However, the school's track record continues to improve this year, as every student who applied to university has been offered a place on a course. These achievements heartedly demonstrate the tireless...

    Posted 13/08/2015 by College - Read more

  • Maths A Level Students achieve amazing results

    A massive congratulations to the A Level Maths Students for their recent results.

    Special congratulations go to Holly Smith & Ebony Moody who both received an A* in their exam.

    What an amazing achievement - Well done!

    Posted 13/08/2015 by Mathematics

  • In Conversation with Barrie Ellis

    50th Anniversary Celebrations

    As part of the Meden 50th Anniversary Celebrations, we invited founding Headteacher Barrie Ellis to talk to current students about his time at Meden School. Click the link below for the full interview.

    Conversation with Barrie Ellis

    Posted 17/07/2015 by Whole School

  • Breaking News!

    Elliott Clogg chosen for Team GB in European Youth Olympics

    Meden School is thrilled to announce that  swimmer Elliot Clogg  in Year 10 has been selected to represent Team GB in the European Youth Olympics this summer in Georgia.

    We would like to wish Elliott and the rest of the team the best of luck. We will bring you news as it happens so watch this space!

    Posted 14/07/2015 by Whole School

  • Elliot Clogg is selected to represent TEAM GB!!

    Elliot Clogg has been selected to represent team GB in the European Youth Olympics

    Elliot has been selected to represent Great Britain as part of Team GB at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia from 26 July to 2 August for Swimming. He is one of eight 15/16 year old male swimmers selected with the same number of female swimmers too.  Elliot has been working incredibly hard in training, pushing himself to his limits and the hard work has definitely paid off! It is a fantastic opportunity for Elliot and an amazing achievement too. Everyone at Meden School, pupils and staff are incredibly proud of him and his family are bursting with joy. 


    Posted 14/07/2015 by Physical Education - Read more

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