• Senior Team Maths Challenge

    Representing Meden at the team maths challenge event.

    On Wednesday, three of our college maths students and one year 11, traveled to Nottingham to compete in the senior maths challenge aimed at students in years 12 and 13. It involves a range of problem solving and challenging and complex mathematical scenarios that only the most able students can succeed at.

    The team competed against a range of school from the East Midlands and after a valiant effort, unfortunately failed to finish in the top 3. All students did themselves proud and are a credit to the school.

    A huge well done to: Jack Chinery, Elle Moss, Rhys Temple and Ryan Guy, and a...

    Posted 19/11/2017 by Meden School - Read more

  • Senior Individual Maths Challenge

    Fantastic results in the senior individual maths challenge.

    More than 4,000 schools across the UK returned scripts for the Senior individual Maths Challenge aimed at year 13 students, with the top 7 percent of students nationally receiving a gold certificate, the next 13 percent silver and the next 20 percent bronze.

    Our maths students proved top of the class as they achieved 2 silver and 4 bronze awards in this year’s UKMT Senior Maths Challenge. An amazing achievement!!

    Well done to:

    Silver: Elle Moss & Rhys Temple

    Bronze: Jack Chinery, Luke Hind, Jack Maddison & Dominic Boath.

    A special mention to Rhys Temple who has also been sele...

    Posted 19/11/2017 by Meden School - Read more

  • Meden Students Helping the Less Fortunate

    Christmas Shoe Box Appeal

    Our school community always make a massive effort to help those less fortunate themselves especially at this time of the year. One of the projects Meden Students have been involved in this year is the Christmas Shoe Box appeal and today all of the boxes were collected and organised ready to begin their journey to those children who need it the most.

    We are really happy that our children have collaborated to put together 35 boxes of goodies, to include essential items that we often take for granted, such as toothpaste and soap as well as treats such as toys and sweets. This means that 35 ...

    Posted 17/11/2017 by Meden School - Read more

  • Year 9 in rehearsal


    The Year 9 GCSE group are hard at work rehearsing for their upcoming assessment performance of Macbeth, which will be shown to an audience of our Y8 students in December. Keep up the hard work Year 9! 'Be not afraid of greatness!'

    Posted 16/11/2017 by Nottingham Free School

  • Year 9 Spanish speaking assessments

    Some promising performances from Year 9 Spanish students today in their speaking assessments

    Today, most of year 9 did their Spanish speaking assessments, which were the first GCSE practice assessments they have done in Spanish. We are really impressed with how well most students prepared for the assessments and there have been some outstanding results seen today. A huge well done for their commitment and preparation; and thank you also to parents and carers for your support in helping our students do well.

    Posted 16/11/2017 by Nottingham Free School

  • Year 10

    Devising Drama

    Year 10 are working hard in groups, creating and rehearsing their own devised piece of work based on stimulus material entitled 'Joyriding.' They are working towards their assessment in December and are using this project as preparation for their main devising project after Christmas. Keep up the hard work Year 10!

    Posted 16/11/2017 by Nottingham Free School