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Retweeted From George Watson

Well done, Breanna. We are so proud of you. You are a credit to


Retweeted From Amy Anderson

So so so proud of Breanna!! Your resilience and ambition has really paid off!! Everyone is proud of your wonderful achievements!


Packed hall tonight for the final performance of “The Wizard of Oz” congratulations to the staff and students and our fabulous stars from Fairchilds Primary! Great collaboration and a fantastic performance!


THE WIZARD OF OZ Opening tonight - 12th Feb! Additional performance on Thursday evening (13th) - 7 pm start. Tickets available on Parent Pay


Retweeted From Esther Brooks

We are currently recruiting for one Maths, one Science and one English teacher for September.


A reminder that Year 9 Parents’ Evening will be held in school on Thursday 6th February. Please arrive any time between 4.30-6.30 pm to meet with your child’s teachers and discuss his/her progress. We look forward to seeing you then.


Every week we display student art work proudly in reception! Congratulations Tilly for being our Artist of the Week!


Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Calling NQTs & experienced teachers - do visit us at the recruitment fair and meet team. Plenty of opportunities to be part of an incredible cross primary- secondary team and to join the GLF journey


Why not pop into visit us ?? would love to show you around our science department and can talk you through the incredibly journey we are on as a school


Another great week ! Final Catering exams, Theatre Trips and a visit to Tower Bridge to take part in the Winter Youth Summit! So proud of our students


Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🧬🦠

We are hiring! If you are interested in starting with us as a science teacher then please drop me a DM to arrange a visit and meet the brilliant team. Suitable for starting NQT in Sept or teachers with experience should also apply


Great assembly today! Mrs Anderson has set year 7/8 the challenge of learning a poem off by heart and reciting it with purpose and passion. The first student to be brave and recite it to her will receive a special letter home and rewards!


We look forward to welcoming our Year 10 parents to parents evening tonight! 4:30pm until 7pm.


Retweeted From Amy Anderson

Looking for a new career opportunity?? Come and join our team in a values driven school on the road to good! Get applying!!


Happy New Year! Great to see everyone back and ready to during the new term, making 2020 count!


Retweeted From Aimhigher London

with yr 10 NCOP students from and working on countering limiting beliefs, positive affirmation, vision and success with student ambassadors from and .


Tomorrow Wednesday 11th December is Christmas Jumper day! Helping to raise money for our school community projects fund!


Retweeted From Centreofchange: Counselling, Mentoring, Tutoring

New Addington Christmas Celebration for all the friends and family. Join us for free refreshments, a chance to win a homemade Caribbean Rum cake, and many more fun prizes and activities


Retweeted From Meridian High School

Magic Breakfast - free breakfast available to students. Ensuring that no child is too hungry to learn


Update! Good news we are delighted to confirm the issues with hot water and heating have been resolved and we will be open tomorrow! We look forward to seeing the students in the morning and apologise for any inconvenience caused today

Posted on: 07/12/2016

MHS Students at Croydon Council

MHS Students at Croydon Scrutiny Committee


Tuesday 6th December 2016, four of our Year 11 students; Brandon, Mazlum, Mollie and Paul, joined Mr. Giles in attending Croydon Council’s Scrutiny Sub-Committee for Children and Young People. We had been invited to attend by Mr David Butler, Head of School Standards, Commissioning and Learning Access for Croydon Council to talk about the work we do at Meridian High School around mentoring our students towards GCSE success and pathways for post-16 education.


 The role of the Scrutiny Committee is to:

  • Examine decisions, policies and performance of the council and its partner agencies
  • Hold council decision makers to account
  • Make recommendations for change that must be considered by the relevant decision-makers
  • Set up local action reviews to investigate issues in greater depth
  • Make sure that the people of Croydon are getting the best out of their public services.


Our students and Mr. Giles were asked a lot of questions about the work we do in the school to continue to bring about improvements and the councillors were especially impressed by the confidence of each student had in expressing their clear opinions. The councillors wanted to have a good understanding of the power that good mentoring can provide and were so impressed by our students that they hoped other schools could learn from us.


The entire session was broadcast live on the Council’s online T.V. site and it was watched by many eager friends and family members. If you would like to watch the students in action you can catch a recording of the broadcast here:



Written by M. Giles