Welcome to Meadow View Primary website . . .

We are really excited to welcome you to our new website. We hope you will find it interesting and informative and that it tells you everything you have ever wanted to know about Meadow View Primary School, and what makes us so unique and our school community so special.

Welcome back to the new school year ...

We have had a great start to the new school year. I have visited all classes and it is great to see children excited to be back at school with their friends and ready for the opportunities in the year ahead.

This year, we welcome Miss Leach into Y6, Miss Blagden into Y3, Miss Hardwick into Y2 and Miss Duncan into Y1/2. We also welcome Mr Atherton into his new role as teacher in Foundation Stage.

We ended the school year with a visit from Ofsted and we have now received the final report, which is available to all our parents. May I take this opportunity to thank all parents and carers for their support of the school and staff last year and we all look forward to working in partnership together this year.

Mrs Smith, Headteacher

Have a look around and enjoy our website!

Twitter Messages from Mrs Smith @MVP_School

Dates for your diary:

Date Event
26.10.15 - 30.10.15 Autumn Half term
02.11.15 Back to school after half term
21.12.15 - 01.01.16 Christmas Holidays
04.01.16 First day back after Christmas

The latest Ofsted Report following our recent Ofsted Visit on 14th and 15th July 2015 is available to download.

Alternatively, click here to see the latest report on the Ofsted website...

At Meadow View Primary ...

... we work together as a community to provide a happy, safe and secure learning environment where everyone is valued and shown respect. We strive for excellence through a curriculum which stimulates and excites the children's imagination, motivates a desire to achieve and inspires a lifelong love of learning to enable success ... Enjoy, Achieve, Succeed!

We actively promote fundamental British Values to enable our pupils to develop a sense of community and understand their responsibilities and role within it.

We recognise that each child is an individual, with their own strengths and development needs. Meadow View Primary's statement of SEND information is available to download.