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Welcome to our school...

...serving Comberton, Toft and the Eversdens

Opportunity, Creativity, Challenge: Excellence for All


The Meridian Primary School is a happy and vibrant school situated in the picturesque village of Comberton, some five miles west of Cambridge.

The school first opened its doors in September 1968 and has a long history serving Comberton, Toft and the Eversdens.

Prior to starting at Meridian, the majority of our children attend a local nursery and at eleven, they normally transfer to Comberton Village College. However, we warmly welcome all newcomers whenever they arrive! (For more information about applying for a place at Meridian for September 2014, please click here )

School ethos

The ethos of the school is to provide children with creative and challenging opportunities and to enable each child to reach his or her potential. As well as academic achievement, we celebrate and encourage our pupils' development into responsible and caring members of our community.

The governors regularly survey the views of parents, pupils and staff and here are a few comments...


~'As new parents, we have been delighted with our son's induction into school life. In particular, the enthusiasm, ambition and creativity of the reception staff has been remarkable'

~'I am glad my children are here and being taught manners and morals in the right way.'

~ 'It's a very caring school'

~ 'My child is always happy'

Netball Winners

Tennis Winners

We are very proud of our High 5's Netball league team - to read the full report click here


+++++++++Recent highlights+++++++++++

A new link to ParentView from OfSTED. The website gives you the chance to tell OfSTED what you think about your child's school. 

Our recent questionnaires to parents (based on the ParentView questions) show that 100% of those who responded consider that:

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   ~Their child enjoys school.
The school keeps their child safe.
The school informs them about progress.  
Their child is making enough progress.
The teaching is good.
The school helps them to support their child’s learning.
The school makes sure their child is well prepared for the future.
The school is led and managed effectively.
They are happy with their child’s experience at the school.  

Two respondents had some concern about the school dealing with unacceptable behaviour and two about taking account of parents’ and carers’ suggestions and concerns.


Meridian in spring

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