Welcome to West Meadows Primary School website.

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This web site has been designed to bring you the latest news and information about our school and to give you a flavour of what it's like to be at West Meadows Primary School.

At West Meadows we believe all children are entitled to a secure and happy environment in which they are encouraged to become independent, considerate to others and to make the most of their abilities.

Our children are well behaved, hardworking and tell us that they really enjoy coming to school. They also tell us how safe and well cared for they feel.

The school is well supported by a dedicated staff, a challenging governing body and supportive parents and carers.

We work hard together to provide the very best education for our children in an environment which nurtures and cares for every individual.

If you are considering sending your child to West Meadows Primary School then we hope the information contained in the following pages will help you in your decision about your child's future.

If you would like to see us in action, or have questions to be answered, you are most welcome to visit.

I look forward to meeting you.

Mrs M Marsh

 

OFSTED 2011

West Meadows Primary is a good school. It is firmly set on an upward path due to the purposeful vision of the head teacher and the commitment by staff, at all levels, to achieving this.

The school has worked tenaciously to forge strong links with parents and carers... Parents and carers are now fully supportive of the school. Their typical references to 'good school, good head teacher, good teachers' accurately sum up the school.

Safeguarding is an outstanding aspect of the schools’ work.

Pupils are good ambassadors for school within the local community.

High quality pastoral support is at the heart of the schools’ work.

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brian(about a month ago)

Hi miss steele i am going to miss you when i go in to year 3

Matthew Osborne(about a month ago)

Thank you for inviting me to deliver sex and relationships education sessions with Y6. The children were extremely mature and asked lots of sensible questions. I was made to feel very welcome.

flynn batty(a couple of months ago)

i like this school its the best school ever.

Lloyd(less than a year ago)

I will miss this school so much i have learnt a lot of things this is such an amazing school

Jasmine(less than a year ago)

I love this school

Ian Pycroft(less than a year ago)

I attended this wonderful school on 5th March to deliver a history day on the Battle of Hastings. A fabulous reception from teachers and students alike. Best wishes in the future.

Helen Eyre(less than a year ago)

I have been teaching Zumba Kids at West Meadows School for over a year now, and I would just like to say what a wonderful school it is! The staff and the children are so friendly and welcoming, and our weekly after school class is such a pleasure and so much fun. Thank you!!

Mags- Animal Intuition(less than a year ago)

Hi There, I would just like to say a big thank you to everyone for a warm welcome into school today with my animals. I was so impressed by everyone's knowledge of the Rainforest and it's creatures. I experienced some amazing participation in class. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Well done for your gentle handling as well. All the animals really appreciated your consideration. Hope to see you all again soon, Kind regards Mags and the animals!

ellie(less than a year ago)

Mrs WestWood is the best teacher l have ever met.Thank ypu Mrs Marsh for letting me come to WestMeadows :-)

marty sharky robinwood instructor(less than a year ago)

Can I just say I had amazing time with your school year six group. They were funny friendly and there behaviour should be something to b very proud off. The teachers were great good banter all round. All All the best for rest off the year to year six and gd luck for your SATs.

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