Welcome to Meden College
Next Steps for Year 13 April 2020 onwards
How will your grades be allocated??
- Video from Ofqual (below)
Meden College is a high-achieving provider of academic post-16 education, which develops well-rounded leaders of the future.
We have extremely high aspirations for ourselves and our learners, whose horizons and ambitions are widened on a daily basis.
We continually challenge self-perceptions of limitations and obstacles to success and we actively celebrate achievements - both academic and social.
Meet the Team
|Mrs L Brett||Head of College|
|Mrs E Corns||Second in College|
|Mrs T Coulson||College Mentor|
|Mrs H Gibney||College Mentor|
Have you submitted your application for September?
The Study Hub
The Meden College management team were excited to welcome our new Year 12 cohort to the college last week. It was also nice to welcome back so many familiar faces for Year 13. The beginning of term was extra special this year because we were able to move into the first phase of our brand new College building - christened The Study Hub. I think the photographs below show just how special the space now looks. We now have a bespoke and modern area in which college students are able to carry out independent study whilst also getting support from their teachers and peers.
attitude to learning
All schools evaluate the progress the students are making in terms of their grades, however at Meden we also place great emphasis on student's 'Attitude to Learning' or ATL.
What does ATL mean?
A student is given a score of 1,2,3 or 4 for each subject based on a number of factors which are shown in the table below. An average of these scores represents a students total ATL. An average score of 1 is the best score a student can get and an average score of 4 is the worst. Most students will get a score somewhere between the two and hopefully as low as possible to show the best ATL.
ATL reports are uploaded to INSIGHT at regular points throughout the years so that you may see how your child is doing. Achievement assemblies are held every half term to celebrate the highest ATL scores as well as the most improved students.
Please download an application form and return to Ms Booth to apply for a College Bursary for 2019/20 - Year 13 students who qualified for a bursary in 2018/19 must reapply for 2019/20
- Parent Guide to Using 3CX to join video calls
- Head of School letter to Y10 Y12 22-05-20
- Letter to Parents of Year 12 28/04/2020
- Heads Message to Parents 24/04/2020
- Message from Ofqual
- Year 11 Next Steps
- Information from NCS
- Should you send your child to school?
- How to Guides...Email, Office, Onedrive
- Timetables for students working from home
- Headteacher letter regarding School Provision Moving Forward 20/03/20
- Information for Free School Meals Provision 20/03/2020
- Key information from the CEO of the Trust 20/03/2020
- Latest Update from Headteacher 19th March
- Update 190320 Following Government Advice
- Update from Headteacher regarding Coronavirus 18/3/20
- Timetable for Year 9 & 10
- Latest Advice 17th March - Letter from Headteacher
- Latest advice from Headteacher regarding Headteacher
- Corona Virus Information Letter
- End of term letter to all Parents/Carers Feb 2020
- Meden School Standards Reminder
- Last day of term arrangements
- Inset Day
- Leadership Announcement
- Lock Down Procedures - Letter to Parents
- No Upcoming Events
- Meden School are celebrating their best ever A level year
Students at Meden school are celebrating some great A Level and Level 3 qualifications this year. (18/08/2017)
- Meden enjoys further A-level success
Meden school is pleased to announce another outstanding set of A-level results. (13/08/2015)
- Meden College celebrating another year of excellent A level results
100% pass rate with 70% of students gaining an A* to C. (14/08/2014)