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07/03/19

Amazing teachers surprising our children with our favourite characters! https://t.co/l91QlOrk3i

07/03/19

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MHS staff have made an amazing effort to celebrate World Book Day and the students have responded brilliantly! Well done one and all. https://t.co/GAgV4PbZyE

15/12/18

Wishing our staff, students, parents and carers a relaxing, peaceful Christmas break! Stay safe and see you all in 2019! https://t.co/H6E0eiW6d3

15/12/18

What a lovely way to end the term! Congratulations to our winners for their great attendance and amazing behaviour/attitude! We are so proud of you all! https://t.co/XHgml9jTVD

13/12/18

It's the most wonderful time of the year!! Thank you to our community OAPs for joining us for dinner yesterday!! Great event led by our amazing staff and prefect team! https://t.co/yFYJ2s5ONP

24/11/18

https://t.co/HOvU7euzFV Anyone on Croydon today please please vote for Meridian!!!!

06/11/18

Calling come and join us on our success journey!! https://t.co/iNNt8ZIuJR

04/11/18

Thank you!! We are so proud of our students - always looking for collaborative opportunities!!

04/11/18

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Please do share this wonderful performance in memory of the Croydon Tram Crash- simply beautiful and moving performance from https://t.co/I3J1nquA2q

03/11/18

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03/11/18

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DT/RM SouthEast https://t.co/DmFyKSNbLV By: 19th Nov For: ASAP Art teacher and a RM (Product Design) teacher vacancy There is flexibility around this appointment and the successful candidate could be a specialist in either subject. https://t.co/URqf5I8ciO

03/11/18

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✨Support and , as they come together to reach out and support their local community! Very touching! ✨ https://t.co/lWs3XU7eTT

03/11/18

we would love you to help our wonderful students who performed this cover of your amazing song as a tribute to the Croydon Tram Crash that devastated our community. Please please get behind us!! https://t.co/iv4gsYE3jr

03/11/18

Ok Twitter we need your help!!! Our amazingly talented and caring students created this wonderful song in memory of the Croydon Tram Crash which devastated our community. Get behind the students and order your version of the song now!! https://t.co/iv4gsYE3jr

02/11/18

We can't wait to see you both!!! Welcome to the family!!

01/11/18

Absolutely amazing work from our Meridian Master Chefs!! Well done to all of the students for creating such delicious and beautifully artistic plates of food!! https://t.co/sGSPSfrDxj

31/10/18

We are so proud of our students!! https://t.co/L6r5kBF3lc

30/10/18

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There are nine fantastic reasons to join and you can find them HERE: https://t.co/in4mzC6CAK What are you waiting for?

30/10/18

Retweeted From Sarah Lynagh

Any former students interested in a career in IT? We have vacancies for onsite/field engineers/service desk analysts & can offer training. Contact our recruitment team ; we’d love to hear from you.

Posted on: 24/08/2017

Exam Results 2017

Meridian High, in New Addington, has seen improved results in English and maths, despite the harder exams.  

60% of students passed English and 43% passed maths, which the school said is an improvement on last year's results. 

Head teacher Martin Giles said: “The improved results in English and maths give us confidence going forward that our students can do well under the new system, which focuses much more on exams and much less on coursework.

“English in particular was a very challenging exam so we are pleased that so many students were able to do so well.”

Head Boy Peter Okufuwa achieved a grade 9 in English language, putting him in the top 2% of students nationally – and As and A*s in every other subject – 10 GCSEs altogether.

Tegan Finch, pictured below, was one of Meridian’s top performers, with two A*s, four As and three Bs. A tearful Tegan said: “I was expecting to do worse than this but I did put in a lot of work. I’m very happy; I will probably start crying again later!”

Tegan plans to go to sixth form college in Coulsdon to study for A levels in maths, biology and chemistry, and hopes to make her career in some branch of human or veterinary medicine. 

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