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  • Visit of HRH Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall

    Students and staff from Mrs Gardner’s and Mr Harvey’s classes had the thrill of greeting Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall as they arrived in Stoke on Trent, at the start of a whistle stop tour of the Potteries. We were already in Hanley Museum, to watch the Mow Cop players, production of Snow White, when the show was stopped and we dashed outside to welcome the Royal visitors. It was a thrilling moment,  to wave our flags to honour...
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  • Operation Christmas Child…The Shoebox Appeal

    Many thanks to all who donated so generously to our request to pack a simple shoebox, which may then travel halfway around the world, to a distressed child  in a war torn country or deprived situation. We collected 28 shoeboxes, which were the focus of our Assembly, where we prayed that they may be a small comfort to a child in need. Special thanks to Mrs Ivey who asked her friends in a local Football Club to help and they kindly...
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  • Christmas Dinner and Christmas Jumper Day

    Wednesday 13th December will be the day when we done our Christmas jumpers and Tee Shirts in aid of the Donna Louise Hospice in Trentham. Students will be collecting donations of at least £1,  which we will send to the Children’s Hospice, in memory of Chloe Cornwall, a much loved student of The Meadows, who passed away in the care of the Donna Louise staff. Chloe and her family received excellent help and support, and we...
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  • Children In Need …… Thank You.

    Students are thrilled to have raised the sum of £110 for Pudsey Bear, with the recent non uniform day and biscuit sale. Special thanks to all those who supported us. We are always grateful for the help which we receive in school, from others, and wish to pass on our good fortune by helping ‘Children In Need’.

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  • Silver Games Mark Award Achieved for the Meadows

    We are delighted to announce that we, The Meadows have achieved the School Games Mark Award for the 2016/17 academic year.

    The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition and sport across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

    Our sporting achievements this year include:

    Winning...

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  • Remembrance Assembly 2017

    A special assembly was held on Friday 10th November to pay our respects and to honour those killed in 1914- 1918 War, 1939-1945 War and in more recent conflicts. Mrs Thomas spoke about members of her family who had served their country in the Armed Forces. Two minutes silence was held, and the significance of the red poppy explored. Families of school students are invited to search their Family War Records, by completing a form sent...
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  • Half Term Holiday

    Half term has arrived very quickly after a very busy few weeks. A group of 26 students and 6 staff have been visiting The Black Forest in Germany, near the French border. They have toured Strasbourg, with a river cruise to admire the famous sights, including the European Parliament Building. A highlight has been a trip to the Europa theme park, near Rust. They have enjoyed the same beautiful Autumnal weather as back in the glorious...

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  • Duke of Edinburgh Award

    The Duke of Edinburgh Award goes from strength to strength at The Meadows School in Leek.

    On Thursday 28th  and Friday 29th September, a group of six Meadows students took on the challenge of an expedition walking from school to the Stanley Head Outdoor Centre; 10 miles carrying full camping kit and travelling independently with minimal staff support, and back again!

    This was the culmination of a year’s training for the students during which time they have...

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  • Raft Building Activity

    Class AT went to Tittesworth Reservior and worked in teams to build two rafts.  The raft building activity was linked to an English project, based on the book ‘Survive the Savage Sea’.  The students used the experience to help with the creative writing element of this project. Both teams raced each other across the reservoir. They practised paddle skills and moving around the raft. Some enjoyed the water so much they had to jump in!

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  • ‘Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’

    ‘Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’  John Keats

    Welcome to the Autumn Term, and the return to school for many of our students, while others are joining us afresh from a variety of  schools. The whole school community is looking forward to an interesting, and exciting year ahead, as we face new challenges, and build new friendships, while developing our individual potential.

    There have been some changes among the staff, but I am confident that everyone will quickly...

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