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Friday, 27th March

What a wonderful way to end Spring Term 1 - three week's of creativity and hard work has resulted in our inspirational Arts Festival exhibition "The Tempest". What a great opportunity for children throughout the school to share in this incredible learning experience together. It has even caught their imagination beyond the school gates with conversations amongst siblings about the characters from the Tempest and even some restaging of the story at home using Lego.
If you haven't had a chance to visit, the exhbition will remain open until Friday 17th April (the first week back).

Well done to all the children who swam together as a team for an early Swimathon challenge. Their total was 1800 lengths or 41.1km, far exceeding their own targets. Go Team Meridian!

Hope everyone enjoys the Easter break and we look forward to seeing you all on Monday 13th April (except Nursery children who return on Tuesday 14th April).

Take care and have fun.

Celebrating World Book Day 2015

At Meridian we recognise that ...

• all children are unique and special;
• we make a difference to children’s lives;
• children have one chance at a Primary School education;
• children cannot learn unless they are happy, safe and secure;
• everyone is important to the success of the team.

At Meridian we aim for all our children ...

• to be happy, safe and secure;
• to enjoy school and enjoy learning;
• including those who are deaf, dyslexic or have other learning differences, to become successful, independent learners;
• to be the best they can be, whoever they are and whatever their starting points or circumstances.

We greatly value the arts and sports and it is our ambition that every child should leave our school with a skill or talent they can enjoy and succeed in and which will be the foundation for sustained self-esteem as they grow older.

At Meridian we are committed to...

• the aims and values of our school and to demonstrating these values in our everyday practice;
• a child-centred approach;
• high expectations for all children and staff;
• identifying and overcoming barriers to learning; • making every lesson count;
• knowing all our children and families and working in partnership with them and the local community;
• collaborative working and learning.