Welcome to Meldreth Primary School. We are a small, friendly village school, with 197 pupils and a caring and dedicated staff. I have been headteacher here since September 2014 and am proud to lead such a happy school where our children always come first.
Meldreth Primary School is known for its strong sense of community connectedness, and we have this in spades. Over our 115 year history the school has evolved into a place where community matters and where our students continue to achieve academically. We are proud of our consistent teaching and learning and the high standards we set for our staff and students.
At our school we celebrate the individual. Our pupils are highly engaged. They are motivated and happy to be here. Every day our pupils show how much they care for each other – in both the classroom and playground.
Meldreth Primary School students come ready to learn and leave ready for the next adventure. They are encouraged and equipped to solve life’s challenges, which we know is a vital skill. We are a welcoming school community. Strong relationships are the hallmark of our school – among students, parents, staff and within the Meldreth village community.
As a school we are doing lots of great work and we are always challenging ourselves to keep improving. We need to pause from time to time to reflect on our achievements and remember what makes our school such a special place. Our staff, school council and the wider school community are working together to support our pupils on their learning journey. We encourage parents to lend a hand and to continue to get actively involved in ‘learning together for life’ at Meldreth Primary School.
If you have never visited Meldreth Primary School before you may be surprised by what we provide for you and your child. I look forward to showing you what we do, so please contact us to arrange a visit.
Appointments to visit the school can be made at any time by telephoning 01763 260432. Our office administrators, Mrs McCrossen and Mrs Lee will be pleased to make visiting arrangements.
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