6th May 2020

Young People Celebrate Legends Birthday

Aspiring artists from Meadow View Children’s Home used their creative skills to produce a colourful handmade card for living legend, Colonel Tom Moore to celebrate his 100th birthday. Colonel Tom hit the headlines recently as he walked 100 lengths of his back garden to raise money for the NHS heroes, raising more than £30 million ahead of his 100th birthday….

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6th April 2020

Art Attack At Meadow View

Young people and staff from Meadow View Children’s Home have created some wonderful window displays using arts and crafts to convey a message of solidarity and hope to the local community. The young people also created theirs as a gesture of thanks to all the key workers for their continued support. How amazing are their creations? Banksy certainly has…

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17th October 2019

World Mental Health Celebrated

Last week, pupils and staff from Meadow View Learning Centre wore yellow for World Mental Health Day as part of the #HelloYellow campaign from Young Minds.  The international day promotes global mental health education, awareness and advocacy and was first celebrated in 1992 and now each October, people across the world help to bring awareness and…

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19th September 2019

Ofsted success at Meadow View

Pupils and staff from Meadow View Learning Centre have been celebrating following the publication of their latest report by Ofsted. The school has been judged as good which highlights the brilliant learning environment the school offers to all of its pupils. The school received a glowing report full of praise for staff and the excellent…

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6th September 2019

Meadow View achieves the first ‘ADHD Advanced Practitioner’ educations settings in the UK

We are delighted to announce that Meadow View Learning Centre has been acknowledged as one of the first ‘ADHD Advanced Practitioner’ education settings in the UK. Meadow View’s representative, Sally Ann Lee, Teaching Assistant embarked on the advanced practitioner programme, where he took part in a rigorous programme resulting in her achieving the coveted status. Colin Foley,…

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2nd August 2019

Meadow View’s annual summer BBQ

Meadow View Children’s Home recently hosted their annual summer barbeque organised by Team Leader, Sian Abernethy and Deputy Manager, Suzanne O’Rourke. On the day they welcomed the families of both staff and young people, teachers and social workers. Despite the rain, they were determined to have fun and enjoy the activities on offer, including such…

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13th June 2019

Hope becomes a Zoo Keeper for the day!

Pupils from Meadow View Learning Centre recently discussed work experience ideas in their careers session. One year eight pupil, Hope set her sights on wanting to care for animals, but not just domestic dogs and cats, she wanted to take care of wild animals! Staff at the Learning Centre arranged for Hope to take part…

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12th October 2018

Pupils proudly don their new look uniform

At the end of the Summer Term pupils from Meadow View Learning Centre took part in a student voice session. During the all important meeting the uniform was discussed and pupils expressed their desire to wear a more formal and traditional style, which would include a blazer and tie. Ahead of the September term time start…

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4th October 2018

Support of pupil results in fantastic outcomes

Ex pupil Chloe, from Meadow View Learning Centre, is a young girl that has demonstrated that with the right level of support, focus and drive you can and will achieve anything. Staff from Meadow View have been bursting with pride on her achievements and took time to share her journey. Earlier in the summer, Chloe…

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6th April 2018

Easter fun at Meadow View

Team Leader, Sian Abernethy from Meadow View Children’s Home recently organised an Easter meal for the young people, staff from the home and school as well as social workers. The meal went down a treat and the fun continued as Head Teacher, Chris Ormiston held a picture quiz and a competitive game of bingo was…

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