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22/10/18

We ask house leaders to nominate students who have 100% attendance, lots of meridian miles and who have gone above and beyond during the half term for example been kind - the students were very happy to be nominated and each half term a new group will be chosen

19/10/18

What a wonderful way to end a fantastic first half term!! with our Head Mr Giles and Mrs Watson! Well done to all the winners who have been AMAZING this half term! 👏🏻👏🏻 https://t.co/pSFhLd0Jo8

19/10/18

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🔬

Great lesson withyear 11 today summarising the whole of Bioenergetics in preparation for the PPE’s after half term. Questions and answers were superb, followed by some application to exam question. What an absolute delight to teach! https://t.co/IhQyuWf2b3

12/10/18

Thank you for coming!! Our year 11s had a brilliant day! https://t.co/XdaRkMXb6i

12/10/18

Thank you for coming!! What a great day of careers advice and master classes our Year 11 students had! https://t.co/AHxk9WBJ1p

12/10/18

Our students at the Brit School today as part of our REACH day!!! Brilliant day had by all thank you to Mr Frederick and Mr Wright for taking the students and to the Brit School for hosting! https://t.co/kq5LBegdBq

12/10/18

Year 10 starting their full day of fitness activities thank you to the trainers from Q Gym in Grays for creating an amazing day for our students! https://t.co/guDmsTNcLs

12/10/18

Amazing Science A Level Masterclass happening for Year 11! https://t.co/ZL9X0Q1Avc

12/10/18

Year 11 study skills sessions are underway! Thank you to our wonderful guest speakers for joining us today! https://t.co/lnbiogToHq

12/10/18

Very exciting day today as we hold our first REACH day of enrichment activities!! Yr 7 - Wellbeing, Yr 8 - Arts, Yr 9 - Off Site Trips, Yr10 - Fitness, Yr 11 - Careers and Post 16 - have an AMAZING day everyone! https://t.co/GjvtSHZg1x

03/10/18

Gracias to you for visiting!!! Lovely to see you!

03/10/18

Retweeted From Emma Risby

Gracias to and for having me in your Spanish departments today. Amazing work going on to help our young people to . I have been thinking about all afternoon! https://t.co/MFuPsiotXJ

01/10/18

We are so so proud of our AMAZING students doing this!! Thank you girls! https://t.co/Q76RLtfnXI

16/09/18

students and our amazing librarian would love these!! https://t.co/8Zi9rnF2mX

14/09/18

It's been a fantastic week at the school! Very excited for the year ahead! Our open evening is on Wednesday 19th September from 5pm - we look forward to welcoming new students into our Meridian family!

14/09/18

Always a pleasure having brilliant support from Learning and Teaching Leads! https://t.co/smMPzN0U13

07/09/18

A brilliant first week back!! and our amazing students have had a wonderful start to the year! Looking forward to Monday! Have a lovely weekend! https://t.co/24LuUCdom1

05/09/18

So lovely to welcome our new Year 7 students to the Meridian family... and amazing to meet more brilliant parents!! https://t.co/bzEvRtUiER

04/09/18

We have had an amazing couple of INSET days and we are very much looking forward to meeting our brand new Year 7 students tomorrow! Welcome to the family!

Posted on: 24/04/2018

Know Your Onions - School Food Matters

For the second year running, students at Meridian High School are taking part in the 'Know Your Onions' project run by School Food Matters. The aim of the project is to educate young people about the value of organic food growing and healthy eating and equip them with practical skills which they can go on to use in later life. 

On Monday 23rd April, the Food Ambassadors were given the opportunity to work with a visiting Horticulturist to begin sowing seeds and planting out crop seedlings in the school's edible garden. They worked extremely hard, planting two beds of salad crops, 2 beds of root vegetables and some edible flowers. The students are very excited about the project this year and are looking forward to being able to give some of the food which they have started to grow to the school dining hall for use in the lunch service, as well as sell some of their produce at the Croydon School's Food Market in July. They will also be visiting Sutton Community Farm soon to see food growing in action on a large-scale and then later this term, they will be working with a chef to develop key cooking skills and learn how to use their produce to make healthy meals.

We look forward to updating you on their progress throughout the summer term!