Life at Meath

Play

Play is actively developed to encourage social interaction skills via playtimes, after school clubs and residential activities. Learning through play is a successful teaching style in some classrooms.

Keeping Safe

Meath School is committed to providing a safe and secure environment. The school has also achieved the “Healthy Schools Award”.

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The Meath Community

Our pupils, our staff, our consultants, our parents and carers—together we all make up the Meath Community.

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After school care

For pupils participating in the residential programme at Meath School, we are committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment that allows them to thrive. That’s why Ofsted has regularly recognised Meath School’s residential provision as ‘outstanding’ across all areas.

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Meath School Blog

18 Oct 2018

Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) Awareness Day is on Friday 19th October. In the run-up to this important occasion, we caught up with I CAN CEO Bob Reitemeier. We spoke about the condition, how we generate more awareness and the day itself. What is THE main issue for children living with DLD? A child with DLD will often speak in a ...

 


28 Sep 2018

Having children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) assessed can often be arduous and painful. To get more of an insight into this process, we spoke to Janette Butler, a grandmother of a child with SLCN experiences. We spoke to Janette about Harry, the issues he’s faced in school and why our Meath School had such a positive impact ...

 


05 Sep 2018

Rob Walton is the new Headteacher at our Meath Primary school. Take a look at his hopes and aspirations for the role and what he wants to achieve with the children he’ll be helping and supporting below: What are you most looking forward to about starting at Meath School? This is my first headship and it’s great to be back ...

 


22 Jun 2018

Rachael Wyeth is a Senior Learning Support Assistant at I CAN’s Meath School for pupils with speech and / or language disorders in Surrey.  Here she tells us about the pupils’ involvement in the “Meath Singers” school choir. All through the week, groups of children can be heard singing one of our favourite warm up songs in the playground. By ...

 


07 Jun 2018

Jessie Luckins is the Senior Speech and Language Therapist at I CAN’s Meath School in Surrey. Here she talks about some of the technology we use to assist children with complex SLCN, so they can communicate with confidence. Communication takes many guises and ranges through facial expression, pointing and gesture to vocalisations and spoken language, encompassing all of these.  In addition we ...