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Meridian 3 Bourn 0. A great team effort.
Team A tournament winners
Team B tournament winners
Excellent facilities in the heart of the village
A lovely village in which to go to school.
Year 5 always have a very exciting time on their residential trip to Norfolk.
Learning and having fun in Watts Wood.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream acted out in a beautiful setting.
Visit to Kentwell Hall
Years 3 and 4 spent a wonderful Tudor re-creation day at Kentwell Hall.
Visit to Duxford Air Museum
Younger children had a great time learning all about aeroplanes.
Our very active Parent Teacher Association puts on a wide range of events – including this opportunity to buy small gifts for Mother’s Day.
Dressing up as our favourite book characters (staff included!)
Professional illustrator Nicola O'Byrne with the Foundation class.
The Meridian Primary School is a happy and vibrant school situated in the picturesque village of Comberton, some five miles west of Cambridge.
Our aim is that children will leave school with these values deeply embedded:
Lifelong love of learning
Respect and courtesy
Care and consideration for others
Confidence and high self-esteem
Independence and responsibility
High expectations of themselves
Our term dates are set by Cambridgeshire County Council. In addition we are required to announce three additional training days when the school will be closed (see calendar).
The 2015-16 prospectus for Meridian School is now available to download.
Meridian School is an active member of Network CB23 - a group of local schools working together to share ideas and improve our performance.
This stands for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Meridian School is supported by Cambridgeshire Local Authority to ensure children with special needs receive appropriate provision - see this link.
Yes, we pride ourselves on looking smart and being part of a team, and therefore all Meridian pupils are expected to wear the school uniform. We have kept the uniform as simple as possible so it is easy for parents to buy and to keep clean. Here is a link to the school uniform policy. Here is a link to the online store.
The short answer is "no" - you are legally required to send your child to school. The longer answer is "only in exceptional circumstances", which must be agreed in advance with the school. Exceptional circumstances do not include holidays that are cheaper or fit in with parents' work commitments.
You can download the school's latest OFSTED report by clicking the button below.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell OFSTED what you think about your child’s school. Click the logo below.
Glennis Virgo, Headteacher
Welcome to our website. It is my great pleasure to lead a school which has such delightful children and committed staff. We are supported by a dedicated team of active governors, a brilliant PTA and good links into the wider community.
I am very happy to meet with current and prospective parents and carers - please call the office for an appointment.