Ofsted & Parent View
Ofsted Inspection Reports are available on the Ofsted website, or can be downloaded below. The last full Ofsted Inspection of Meadow High School took place in October 2013. Scroll down to the bottom of this page to read or download our Ofsted Reports.
OFSTED UPDATE - June 2018 - The Final Inspection Letter for the Inspection that took place on 22 May 2018 is now available. Please find it attached at the bottom of this page.
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School is a safe, stimulating and enjoyable place to be.
‘it’s a friendly place; we all get on together and are nice to one another’.
Pupils enjoy school so much that all of them progress from Year 11 into the sixth form.
Behaviour in and out of lessons is very good.
Excellent relations between teachers and pupils, and regular one-to-one, tailored support from teaching assistants underpin pupils’ good learning and progress.
Staff are experts in managing pupils who regularly display challenging behaviour.
A broad and balanced curriculum, enriched by a wide range of clubs, activities and trips, enables pupils to progress well and thoroughly enjoy school life. Learning is matched effectively to the different, complex needs of pupils.
"The promotion of equality of opportunity for all pupils is at the heart of everything the school does and there is no discrimination."
"Meadow High School provides a good education for its students. The care, guidance and support which all staff provide are outstanding, ensuring that students gain the personal and social skills which prepare them extremely well for their future lives."
"Each student's portfolio of certificates bears testament to how the school successfully builds on the good self-esteem and confidence through valuing their achievements. Pupils eat healthy school lunches and know about healthy living. Relationships are strong; pupils behave well and are kind and respectful to each other."
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Meadow High School.
JOINT LOCAL AREA SEND INSPECTION 2017
From 28 November 2016 to 2 December 2016, Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC), conducted a joint inspection of the local area of Hillingdon to judge the effectiveness of the area in implementing the disability and special educational needs reforms as set out in the Children and Families Act 2014.
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Joint local area SEND inspection 2017