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

  • 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

  • Sports Day !

    Winners of Sports Day 2015

    Meden School held its annual Sports Day on Wednesday 1st July 2015 despite it being the hottest day of the year, so far. During the day students participated in track and field events including 100m, 200m, 400m, relays, shot-put, discus and high jump.  Many other students participated in a fiercely fought rounders’ event.   Ice creams, lots of water and plenty of sun cream helped the students get through the day.

    After scores were added up it was found that the overall house winner was Endeavour where they were presented with trophies. Superstars!  Congratulations to all students who too...

    Posted 02/07/2015 by Endeavour - Read more

  • County Championships in Birmingham

    Sam Fairweather achieved two personal best scores at the County Championships on Saturday 20th June.

    Sam Fairweather performed on Saturday at the Inter-County Champs at Birmingham for 200m and long jump.10 Counties took part and Sam came 5th out of 17 in the 200m with a personal best of 24.05 seconds in foul conditions of rainy thundery showers.  He achieved a personal best in long jump of 4.98m too. On Sunday at a YDL meet he achieved another personal best in the 200m of 24.00 seconds and in the 300m of 38.9 seconds. We are extremely proud of Sam to be competing at such a big event and can't wait to see how he gets on at the English Schools on Fri 10th and Sat 11th July 2015. Such a huge ...

    Posted 22/06/2015 by Physical Education - Read more

  • Three Meden students are picked for Girls Centre of Excellence

    Three students have been called up for football trials for the Girls Centre of Excellence

    Three students from Meden School have been called up for the Girls Centre of Excellence in football,  Casey Walters (Year 9), Holly Dennett (Year 9) and Bethany Proud (Year 8). All three students will have football trials at Derby Country in order to gain a place in the Girls Centre of Excellence Academy. Holly Dennett has been successful and now selected a place in the U15's Derby County Ladies team, a semi-professional football club, as a striker. We wish Holly, Casey and Bethany all the best for their trials. Good luck girls!

    Posted 12/06/2015 by Physical Education

  • Sam Fairweather beats his personal best for 100m & 200m sprint.

    Sam Fairweather beats his score times for 100m & 200m sprint

    Sam Fairweather has beaten his personal best times in 100m and 200m sprint at Berry Hill Athletics Club during the Athletics competition last week. Sam completed his 100m sprint in 11.53 seconds and his 200m sprint in 24.00 seconds flat. He has been training incredibly hard for all of his events and the hard work is definitely paying off. We wish him all the best for his future competitions.

    Posted 12/06/2015 by Physical Education

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