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  • 12/10/18
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    Ofsted Parent View

    Ofsted Parent View Thank you so much to the many of you who have complimented the school on the work it undertakes with your child.   It would help us an enormous amount if you would be able to take a moment to say those lovely things again on the Ofsted Parent View! Visit https://pa...
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  • 04/10/18
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    Head Boy and Head Girl Appointments

    Every year we choose a Head Boy and a Head Girl.  This is a responsible position as they will represent the whole school at various events, meet guests, attend and speak at Celebration of Achievement Evening and set an example to other students in the school. Staff nominate pupil...
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  • 04/10/18
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    Positive & Possible

    Meet The Tutor Evening - Positive & Possible Thank you to all who attended Meet the Tutor evening last week. We had our best attendance ever with 59% of pupils represented. Apologies for our oversight in not providing refreshments for you, we will make sure they are there next time...
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  • 04/10/18
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    Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT)

    The Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) work with teaching staff and parents to support our learners with accessing the curriculum, and to further develop their physical, communication, social, emotional, independence and life skills. We work in an integrated way with teaching staff, to ensure the be...
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  • 28/09/18
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    Free School Meals - Is your child eligible ?

    Free School Meals We want to make sure that we are providing your child with the best education and support we can. Healthy school food has obvious health benefits and can help pupils establish healthy habits for life. Healthy school food can also help to improve pupils’ readiness to learn...
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  • 28/09/18
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    Look Who Got Caught Reading - WINNER

    Do you remember at the start of the summer holidays Mrs Heggie (Reading Intervention Manager) challenged pupils to take a photo of themselves reading in the wackiest place?      The winner is Miriam in Year 14.  Miriam is reading at the crater of Mount Vesuvius, which she...
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  • 28/09/18
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    Highly Commended in Hillingdon In Bloom 2018

    Blooming Fantastic !    We are delighted to announce that Meadow High School has achieved an award 2018 Hillingdon In Bloom Competition.   We were awarded “Highly Commended” in the category of Best School Project.   Organised by Hillingdon Council, t...
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  • 21/09/18
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    Sixth Form Charity News

    Last year, Meadow 6th form students and staff managed to raise £1575.36 for Great Ormond Street Hospital. They took part in sponsored sports events, ran cake sales and took part in seasonal activities to raise money. We are extremely proud of everyone who took part; and so grateful to all pare...
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  • 21/09/18
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    NHS - REQUESTING YOUR HELP AND VIEWS

    We have been contacted by Hillingdon Parent Carer Forum who have asked us to circulate the attached request from the NHS Hillingdon Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).    NHS Hillingdon Clinicial Commissioning Group is working with partners in health & social care to ensure pat...
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  • 21/09/18
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    Pastiche Musical Theatre - Upcoming performances in aid of Meadow High School

    The Pastiche Musical Theatre Group  are once again putting on one of their performances, with profits in aid of Meadow High School.      Flyers with further information and how to book have been sent home, and are also attached below. Musical Masterpiece, is on at the...
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  • 21/09/18
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    Polite reminder regarding pupil attendance:

    Dear Parents / Carers Polite reminder regarding pupil attendance:  Meadow High School will no longer authorise any holidays within term time. Any holidays taken during term time may result in a Penalty Notice of £60 per parent per child rising to £120 if not paid within 28 day...
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  • 20/09/18
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    PROTECT YOUR CHILD FROM FLU - NHS / PHE PUBLICATION

    Please find attached below a publication from Public Health England and the NHS about protecting your child from Flu.     Mrs Gamble - Welfare Officer    
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