Academy Governing Committee (AGC)

Mrs D Allez: Co-opted, Chair of Governors
Term of office: 2 September 2019 - 1 September 2023

Mrs J Campbell: School staff
Term of office: 1 September 2020 - 31 August 2024

Mrs D De iuliis: Parent governor
Term of office: 17 March 2020 - resigned: 2 July 2021

Mr S Flenley: Co-opted
Term of office: 1 September 2020 - 31 August 2024

Mr R Humphrey: Co-opted
Term of office: 2 September 2019 - 1 September 2023          

Mrs J Mounter: Headteacher
Term of office: Ex Officio

Mrs S Pearce: Co-opted   
Term of office: 2 September 2019 - 1 September 2023

Mr S Thornton: Parent governor
Term of office: 
1 September 2020 - resigned: 22 April 2021

Mrs F White: School staff
Term of office: 2 September 2020 - 1 September 2024

Contacting the AGC

Clerk to Governors

Further information

Futura Learning Partnership

The Meadows Primary School is a Futura Learning Partnership school.



Our staff

Headteacher: Joy Mounter
Deputy Headteacher: Jo Campbell
School administrator: Lynn Luther
Clerical assistant: Liz Johnson and Gill Pedrick

Reception Year: Kate Sapoff and Philippa Kershaw
Year 1:
 Jo Campbell and Heather Macleod
Year 2: Hannah Jones
Year 3: Laura Pickerill
Year 4: Stella Gentle and Louise King
Year 5: George Marron
Year 6: Rachel Holmes

Breakfast Club Senior Leader: Shelley Robinson
Breakfast Club assistant: Jo Bohin                   
Breakfast Club assistant: Joy Dando
Breakfast Club assistant: Gill Pedrick

Chef: Natasha Arthur
Assistant Chef: Jackie Caswell

Cleaning staff: Joy Dando
Cleaning staff: Jo Bohin

Keyholder: Jo Bohin

Senior Lunchtime Ranger: Jackie Ferris/Julie Staddon
Lunchtime Ranger: Claire Long                     
Lunchtime Ranger: Joy Dando                  
Lunchtime Ranger: Julie Staddon
Lunchtime Ranger: Hollianne Marshall
Lunchtime Ranger: Sarah Marsh
Lunctime Ranger: Laura Richardson
Casual Lunchtime Ranger: Tracey Winstone
Casual Lunchtime Ranger: Jo Bohin

Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Shelley Robinson
Teaching Assistant: Sarah McRitchie
Teaching Assistant: Adele Morris/Jenna Yeates
Teaching Assistant: Claire Adams
Teaching Assistant: Sam Cardwell
Teaching Assistant: Dawn Thornton
Teaching Assistant: Anna Tokar
Teaching Assistant: Becky Ung
Teaching Assistant: Ana Abril Andreu
Pastoral Teaching Assistant: Gosia O'Malley

Caretaker: Ted Garrett/Vince Bowden



Ofsted Report

Since joining the Futura Learning Partnership we are effectively a new school and are awaiting our first inspection.


SATs results

Our SATs results for KS1 and 2 are below, together with results from the EYFS and Year 1 phonic screening test:


If you would like to read more about the school then please see the school profile and performance tables and DfE school performance.


Local offer for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)

We are an inclusive mainstream primary and a Futura Learning Partnership school. We provide for a wide range of needs including those related to communication and interaction, cognition and learning, social and emotional difficulties and sensory and physical difficulties.

For more information please see our local for SEND provision (Pdf, 128kb), our SEND information report (Pdf) and our school SEND policy.

Key contact

The Meadows Primary School's Inclusion Lead and SENDCo is Mrs H Macleod.

SEND complaints

What do I do if I am not satisfied with a decision or what is happening?

  • Your first point of contact is the person with whom you had the discussion. Explain your concerns to him/her first
  • If you are not satisfied that your concerns have been addresses, please ask to speak with their line manager, or a member of the Senior Leadership Team – this may be the SENDCo, the Deputy Headteacher, Headteacher and explain your concerns to them
  • If you continue to feel that your issues have not been addressed, the Headteacher will arrange a meeting with a Governor. Please contact the school for this to be arranged
  • If you not happy that the situation is resolved, please follow the complaints procedure policy
  • If your concern is with the local authority, then please contact the Children and Young people Team on 01454 868008.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) catch-up premium

As part of the government's support for schools in addressing the impact of coronavirus, we have received £80 per child for the 2020-21 academic year.  The money is being used to enhance teaching and learning and ensure that our children make the best possible progress.

Following formative and summative assessments by staff, we have identified pupils who would benefit from targeted intervention programmes. 

For further details please see our reviewed Covid school catch up plan (Pdf).


British values

The Department for Education has said: "We want to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect, and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs." 

At The Meadows, we are very proud of the diverse range of activities we provide for the children and we strive to demonstrate these values. Please see our overview of how we ensure that the children of The Meadows understand British Values

If you feel you may have something to offer the school linked with British Values (or know someone else who might be keen to), we would love to hear from you. Please contact the school office.



Sport and PE premium funding

What is the sports premium?

All schools receive additional funding from the government, to support the development of sport and physical education (PE) across their school. Funding must be used to facilitate additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport within the school, and to encourage healthy and active lifestyles. More information can be found on PE and sport premium for primary schools.

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The Meadows Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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Eligibility to work in the UK

You must have, or be able to obtain before you start, permission to work in the UK. Further information is available on the UK Border Agency website.

Criminal convictions

The school will undertake an enhanced DBS check for the successful applicant. If you have a criminal record, you must tell us about all 'spent' and 'unspent' cautions and convictions.

We ask that you also tell us about any police reprimands/cautions/warnings that may be revealed by the request of an enhanced disclosure from the DBS. If you are shortlisted, you will be asked to bring identification to the interview and, if appointed, you will be required to complete a DBS check at an enhanced level.


We will obtain references for the successful applicant. All offers of employment are made subject to the receipt of two references, which we regard as satisfactory.

If any of your previous roles (voluntary or paid) involved working with children, young people or vulnerable adults, we will ask for information about past disciplinary issues relating to these vulnerable groups (including any in which the time penalty is 'time expired') and whether you have been subject to any child/vulnerable adult protection concerns and the outcome of any enquiry or disciplinary procedures.


Our selection process is based on each individual's own merits and abilities. The information provided in your application is evidence and used against the essential and desirable criteria required for the post. 


If you are selected for interview, we will contact you with the details of the interview and explain what you need to bring. Our selection processes normally consist of a full interview programme and involves an opportunity to meet some other staff and students. For some roles you may be asked to take part in a written/practical/skills exercise.

Pre-employment checks

All offers of employment are made subject to pre-employment checks including a medical questionnaire and reference returns.


Robust procedures are in place to ensure that staff who have access to children, young people and vulnerable adults or access to sensitive information about children, young people and vulnerable adults are employed safely.

Further information