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15/01/21

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Incredible opportunity to join a in Croydon this September. https://t.co/DXnqtog5Le

15/01/21

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Are you keen to develop your career in a Croydon School? are recruiting now for September 2021. https://t.co/XNSla7mh06

15/01/21

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Are you local to the community and keen to make a difference to our school? We are looking for committed individuals from the local community to join our Schools Standards Board. https://t.co/fuh33EoVGI

15/01/21

Retweeted From Chestnut Park School

Are you keen to develop your career in a School? are recruiting now for September 2021. https://t.co/eQSzZG1xZI

13/01/21

FSM hampers being distributed today including recipe cards to make meals at home https://t.co/LTPKzI27Kg

08/01/21

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🧬🦠

T&L Bulletin 4 for written by the amazing on our mission to embed Oracy across the curriculum. Probably more important now than ever! https://t.co/gfuUCCuVC5

24/12/20

Wishing our wonderful staff, students and families a very safe and Happy Christmas! https://t.co/PJ8jvb7ibc

17/12/20

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🧬🦠

To all our influencers Thank you! says it far better than I! https://t.co/t96fYrvF6q

15/12/20

Retweeted From Mrs Singleton 🧬🦠

Final T&L bulletin for the term for ... this is all about encouraging reading! features heavily ☺️ Bravo https://t.co/yLAMVUhmH1

05/12/20

Our T&L team bulletin no. 2! https://t.co/KGqZszg9Fn

02/12/20

Proud to launch our T&L bulletin! Thank you to and the Meridian LP team for sharing this with our staff! Too good not to share! https://t.co/5sk15Pn1Gq

15/11/20

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Incredible opportunity for a recent graduate to support our sustainable school improvement journey = https://t.co/oDCDlD88RE

15/11/20

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Part time SENDco to join our dynamic inclusion team - suitable for new to role or experienced, working alongside experienced SENDcos in the school. with https://t.co/x8wrCa8X1U

15/11/20

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Proud that and have achieved the ‘We've embraced Thrive in our setting’ status. https://t.co/TXRFSmOU70

11/11/20

Fantastic to see all of our staff and students marking Remembrance Day and showing our core value of today.

08/11/20

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

- We will Remember Them https://t.co/7HW9RJOEmu

04/11/20

Good morning Meridian parents and carers, please join us in congratulating our 100% attenders for the term so far

24/10/20

Parents and carers this was displayed on Croydon Council website and shared by other local schools https://t.co/xYfqfmlv4R

24/10/20

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

One week before admissions close for September 2021- join the , working with journey of sustainable improvement. Skilled teachers+ strong leaders at all levels+ GLF support +building and IT investment in our building = school on the move! https://t.co/H59Qj1F1S0

16/10/20

We have the most incredible Art Team at Meridian High School! Art going up everywhere!!! https://t.co/Fji0zLDhCI

Inclusion and SEND

Meridian High school is committed to delivering a personalised education that ensures each student makes strong progress and meaningful life outcomes. 

Click Here to read our SEND Information Report

Staff at Meridian High School work to ensure that students’ needs are met in the mainstream classroom as much as possible.  Staff in the SEND department work  with teachers and other colleagues in all subjects to ensure that work set is adapted and appropriate. Staff are given strategies to support each individual student, providing materials and training to aid where necessary. Where more individualised support or teaching is required, this is usually led by an individual in the SEND department.

We also work closely with a range of professionals outside school to provide informed pastoral support and to support learning, based on students’ specific, individual needs.

Listening to children and young people, working with parents, and listening to their aspirations to achieve the most appropriate provision, is a key element in all our work.

If parents have concerns with their child’s support and academic progress, they are encouraged to talk, in the first instance to the child’s tutor or House leader.

Inclusion and Physical / Emotional wellbeing and resilience

The Learning Support Services (LSS) department provides behaviour and wellbeing support service to students across all year groups at MHS. The centre has the following aims and purpose:

  • To support emotional wellbeing and resilience and identify learning differences and barriers.
  • To reduce the number of fixed-term / permanent exclusions / students educated in off-site Alternative Provision and to improve students’ behaviour and progress.
  • To provide welfare / pastoral support to all students through personalised targeted support interventions.
  • To provide advice, support and training to all staff in relation to pastoral support, emotional wellbeing and behaviour management.

All students identified and referred receive a 1:1 support and advice session during their stay. This is used to determine the support package required.  Individuals are assessed in an initial 1:1 session or through LSS department meetings to determine an ongoing programme of support.

Support takes the form of one or more of the following:

In line with the 2014 Department for Education Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice: 0-25 years, the following documents are available below for your reference:

Making conversations with schools count

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Drop-in-information-for-young-people-13-October

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LSSinformation to share with parents -version-5 -12.10.2020

Documents

SEND Information Report 2018-2019 Date  
SEND Parent Newsletter 12th Jun 2020 Download