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Kingswood 2014

Read about children's experiences at Kingswood.

Cross Country

After school tonight Meadow View entered the cross country cluster tournament. We couldn't be prouder of all of you, you were incredible! We were very successful and managed to get children in the top ten of the different races. Well done to Mariam Bah, Ismatu Bah, Ben Hardy, Bailey Hannaford, Felicjan Harkot and Joshua Eden for getting through to the finals. I hope we haven't missed anyone off because we tried to write the names down, but at times it was hard to see who had made that top ten. A special well done to Alice Parkin and Ben Bradley, who both came first for their races. You are all a credit to our school! Bring on the finals! Miss Hunter and Mr Atherton

New Blog Pages

The new blog pages are now up and running. Click on the link below to view your class blog. Keep ckecking for new posts.


Great first week back!

What a great first week back at school. We have had 100% of children in uniform. Also a huge well done to Mrs Williams' Marvellous Minions and Miss Websters' Determined Detectives. In these classes this week, no children lost any Golden Time. This means that all children, followed all our school rules, every day! Well done and keep it up. Mrs Smith

After school clubs

Look at the fantastic clubs at Meadow View this term.



Football club (year 1-6)

Big Sing (year 3-6)

MV's got talent rehearsals (After Half Term)

Ipad club (year 1-2)



Multi Sports (years 1-6)

Street Dance (years 1-3) (After Half Term)



Street Dance (years 4-6)

Film Club (F2- year 3)

Sports events practise (all years)

Creative Club (year 5-6)



Rounders club (years 4-6)

Sewing club (F2)

Book Club (year 1-2)


If you would like to attend one of our after school clubs, ask Mrs Cook or your class teacher for a letter.

"At Meadow View Primary School, education is about children being able to experience the joy of discovery, solving problems, being creative in writing, art and music, developing their self-confidence as learners and maturing both socially and emotionally.

Meadow View Primary School will combine high standards with a broad and rich curriculum. Education will be the fusion of excellence and enjoyment. Children learn better when they are excited and engaged; when there is joy in what they are doing they learn to love learning."

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Cross Country

After school tonight Meadow View entered the cross country cluster tournament. We couldn't be …

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