At Meadway, we have two different bases. We cover KS3 Behaviour and Intervention in one base and Medical and CAMHS referrals in our second base. Both bases are on the same site, in separate buildings.
The Pavilion Meadway 1 base is our kKey Stage 3 provision and is also used to provide tailored intervention and support programmes for students at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.
The primary aim for this provision is to ensure that students are reintegrated into mainstream schools or otherwise appropriately placed. We offer personalised pathways for all our students to ensure equality of opportunity. We provide a curriculum which allows students to progress academically as well as socially and emotionally.
All students at Key Stage 3 complete baseline assessments across all curriculum areas in order for us to accurately record progress. This data is used alongside Fisher Family Trust to effectively set targets and track student outcomes.
Meals for all students in Meadway are provided in the Meadway 1 building.
Meadway 2 Base - KS3-KS4 Medical and CAMHS
At our Meadway 2 base, we teach young people who have been out of mainstream school for some time as a result of medical or mental health challenges. We offer a stepping stone that helps young people to reintegrate into their schools or support them to make the transition into a new setting.
Our aim is to support young people who may have disengaged from education to re-discover their interest in learning. We do this by tailoring each individual’s timetable to suit their needs and interests and offering 1:1 and small group support and mentoring where necessary to build confidence and social skills.
Our base at Meadway is small and student centred. Young people are given support to help them manage their anxieties and prepare for a return to full time education, employment or training.
We strip back the curriculum to focus mainly on the core subjects of English, Maths and Science and additionally offer Art, ICT, PE, PHSE, RE and Drama.
Our school environment is a nurturing one. Our students are sensitive to each other’s needs and support each other to re-engage positively in their education.