Issue 31 - 18 May 2018

 

 

 

 

Issue 31 - 18 May 2018

Parent / Carer cars on site before and after school

We have recently been experiencing significant problems in our car park in relation to staff
members being able to safely park their car in order to start work on time. In order to ensure that the car park is safe and staff are at their posts we are asking parents and carers the following:

Before school (up to 9am)  If you are dropping off your child please do so in the main car park (with the round about). 

After school (up to approximately 3.20pm)   If you are picking up your child please do not bring your car on site at all before approximately 3.20pm. We are happy to supervise your child up to 3.30pm to aid you. At 3.20 the car parks should be free of transport vehicles and accessible. If, in the unusual circumstances, the car parks still have transport vehicles in them at this time, please either wait off site to enter the car park or park off site and walk in to collect your child.

Many thanks in anticipation of your support with this challenging issue!

Mrs Rigby—Headteacher


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Save the Date -  Friends of Meadow BBQ - 22 June   Friends of Meadow is planning a BBQ for children, their family and staff on Friday 22 June 2018 at 5pm in the school grounds.  Further details will be forthcoming but meanwhile mark the date in your diary.  We could do with as many parents as possible to help so, if you are available, please come along to a meeting at the school at 5.30pm on Monday 11 June or, if you can't make it but can help on the day, drop me a message on classlist.com.  John Goodbody, Secretary, Friends of Meadow



Class Photograph Orders    If you wish to place an order for the class photograph (proofs sent home recently)  please return the order form and payment in the envelope
provided by Monday 21 May.  Thank you.


The E-Safety Morning planned for Friday 18 May has unfortunately had to be cancelled and is
re-scheduled for Friday 25 May 9.30am—11.00am. 


Charity Walk For Peace.   Every year the Ahmadiyya Muslim community at the mosque next to the school raises money for charity and have given a considerable amount to Meadow High over the last few years. We were invited again to support them in their venture this year, named the Charity Walk for Peace, so four members of Meadow staff and another       volunteer headed out on Sunday 29th April to take on the  challenge of the 5.7 miles walk around Windsor Great Park.  Despite the    bitterly cold weather that weekend, everyone was in good spirits and completed the walk in    approximately 1 hour 35 minutes.  Around £50 was raised in the end.  Photos on the school website.

Mrs Terry—Teacher (and Walker)


Sixth Form Charity News  On Friday 11  May, the Sixth Form organised a cake sale and football match in aid of their charity of the year, Great Ormond Street Hospital.    We raised £390.00!  Thank you everyone.   Miss Nolan-Teacher


Dance Workshops   

Last Friday, 11th May,selected Dance students were able to take part in a one-off dance workshop here at Meadow. For students who have picked Dance as a subject option, this was a great opportunity to collate

evidence towards their coursework, learn from a new practitioner and most importantly have fun! All students were incredibly well behaved for our guests Lisa and Giselle from NoBiz dance school and were able to name and demonstrate loads of key dance terms/moves. Students got to take part in learning a street routine, musical theatre piece and take part in dance games. Overall the workshop was hugely successful and got students to work with others from different year groups and build on their confidence. Some of the senior students being an amazing support as usual to our younger students and representing the Performing Arts at it's best! We look forward to holding some more workshops in the near future, especially for those who were not able to be selected this time. Keep up the amazing work dancers!!!

More photos on the Latest News section of the website.

Miss Kalia—Dance & Drama Lead

 

 

 


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Letters Home

 

Letter to Y14 Thematic Pupils

Leaving Date

 

Letter to Selected Pupils

London Youth Games Football

 

Letter to Whole School

Royal Wedding Street Party

 

Letter to Selected Pupils

South London Special League

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

25  May 2018

E-Safety Morning—9.30am-11.00am

(Re-scheduled from 18.5.18)

 

28 May—1 June 2018

HALF TERM

 

Monday 4 June 2018

Back to school  9am

 

7 June 2018

Thematic, Year 7, 8 and 10 Parent
Consultation Evening  -  4pm-6.30pm

 

8 June 2018

ASD Coffee Morning—10.15am

 

21 June 2018

Dyspraxia Coffee Morning

10am—12.00

 

18-22 June

Year 11 Work Experience Week

 

22 June 2018

Governors In School Day

 

22 June 2018

Friends of Meadow Family BBQ

5-8pm—More details to follow 

 

25 June 2018

KS5 Options Evening 3.30pm—5pm

 

25-29 June 2018

Arts Week

 

28 June 2018

Sports Day

 

3 July 2018

Transition Day—Whole School

 

4, 5 & 6 July 2018

School Summer Production

11am (More details to follow)

 

5 July 2018

Reserve Day for Sports Day

 

13 July 2018

ASD Coffee Morning—10.15am

 

Friday 20 July 2018

Last Day of Term—2pm finish

 

Summer Holiday

21 July—4 September