Welcome to our World
Meadowfield Primary is a special place to learn and work.  We have a strong and large staff team who are dedicated to wanting the best outcomes for all of our children.  We work closely with our Children's Centre and extended services team to provide many opportunities for the whole family to become involved in school life. We offer a range of after school provision including dance, football, martial arts, sewing, multi skills, art and cookery clubs to name a few.

We have an unswerving committment to a child centred learning provision - we offer many off site and innovative learning experiences so that the children learn actively and achieve to their potential.  Our motto is 'Sowing Seeds for the future' and we truly believe that here, at Meadowfield, we equip our children with the skills and knowledge to set them off on a path to lifelong learning...
Our vision
Today we create, tomorrow we achieve, forever we learn.
Our values
Self worth
Our priorities 
To ensure more children achieve age related expectations and reduce the differences between attainment of children from vulnerable groups by overcoming barriers to learning in reading and phonics
To ensure our curriculum meets the needs of our children, builds upon prior learning and prepares children for the next stage of their learning through acquisition of knowledge and a shift in their long term memory
Provide all of our school stakeholders with a comprehensive understanding of what it means to have a healthy mind, a healthy body and a healthy world - and what part each individual can play in this process for their own benefit and that of the community and beyond
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At Meadowfield, safeguarding is at the heart of all that we do.
Catch-Up Premium
As you may be aware, the Government has allocated Catch-Up Premium Funding to all schools. With this funding our school will be focusing on reading. This will mean that those children who need a little extra support, identified in assessment, will receive targeted intervention to fill gaps in their learning. Quality first teaching will also be adapted to ensure that all children are in a position to make progress and that any additional support is put in place quickly to allow them to catch-up. 
Additionally, staff in EY will benefit from speech and language training which will be woven into class sessions and impact upon children's cognition, pronunciation and phonic awareness.
We will review all interventions, resources and strategies to ensure the best impact on children's learning and closing the gap is being achieved. We will present a full report on catch up premium by the mid year point with another review at the end of the year.
A letter from Mr Richard Sheriff - RKLT CEO

Lockdown – Recycle your unwanted Laptops and Tablets for our pupils


We’re asking Red Kite Learning Trust parents and the wider community to help us collect and re-purpose good quality laptops and tablets for pupils in RKLT schools for the provision of Remote Education. Please help by delivering your unwanted devices to your school and donating towards preparation costs.


During the pandemic, we’ve made great strides to develop our ability to teach children remotely. Sadly, many of our children across our 13 schools in our Trust still don’t have adequate access to technology at home. This is unfair and we’re working urgently to bridge this gap. By partnering with our friends at Pudsey Computers, we can arrange to check devices, safely wipe all data and install software to allow access to education. Our schools will then give out devices where they are needed most.


Here’s how you can help, you can….


  1. Make a donation here towards costs of prepping the devices – it costs us £20 for each device – please use the Just Giving site by following this link https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/redkite-learningtrust-1
  2. Take in your unwanted devices to your child’s school – we need laptops with at least 2GB RAM and 16GB storage, ideally with a charger. Tablets should be undamaged, Android 5.0/IOS 11 or higher (keyboards, mice and flatscreen monitors are also useful)
  3. Help spread the word of our campaign – please share this page now with friends, family and business contacts.


Thank you so much – we can make a real difference together.

Important Message

Admissions for places in Nursery and Reception for September 2021 close on Friday 15th January 2021.


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T. 0113 3230010 E. info@mps.rklt.co.uk Head Teacher. Mrs Helen Stout