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  • Media & Marketing Competition Success!

    Published on Friday 27th February 2015

    Harvey Morton, one of our sixth form students, has scooped 1st prize in the Interim 'BiG Challenge' competition with his campaign .....

  • Meadowhead Sixth Formers quiz Sheffield Heeley candidates

    Published on Thursday 26th February 2015

    On Wednesday 25th February, Sixth Formers at Meadowhead School had a chance to question five candidates who are standing to be the next MP for Sheffield Heeley. The constituency covers the vast majority of the school’s catchment area and the current MP, Meg Munn, is standing down at the election......

  • Red Nose Day Friday 13th March

    Published on Monday 23rd February 2015

    Red noses are on sale NOW at break and lunch times. On Friday 13th, students can pay £1 to wear a red accessory to school.  Y11 students and Sixth Formers will also be running an fundraising activity on the day.

  • Y13 Mock Interviews

    Published on Thursday 12th February 2015

    Trust partners and local businesses kindly gave up their time to carry out a formal mock interview with our Y13 students last week.  Students were interviewed for a job role relating to their chosen career path, enabling them to gain much needed experience and further knowledge for entering the world of work.

  • KS4 Courses Evening

    Published on Tuesday 10th February 2015

    This is the evening which was postponed due to snow and will now be incorporated into the Y8 Parents' evening on WEDNESDAY 4th March 2015 between 4.15-6.30pm. There will be two information sessions in the hall ....

  • Road Safety Awareness

    Published on Monday 9th February 2015

    All our Y7 students were entertained by ‘2 men from the council’ who gave the serious message of keeping safe on their way to school through humour and the use of props.

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