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Welcome to Meopham


Meopham School is a small 11 to 18 co-educational school in a rural setting with a strong family ethos. We strive to achieve excellence in traditional academic subjects. Meopham School became an Academy as part of the Swale Academies Trust in February 2013. The school, located in the heart of the village of Meopham, is committed to teaching within traditional classroom spaces, in small teaching groups.

The school has entered an exciting stage of its development and is looking forward to a newly built school which will be completed by February 2018 as part of the Priority Schools Building Programme. The size and design of the new school will further facilitate our traditional teaching approach and family ethos.

Meopham School was rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted in our November 2014 Ofsted inspection. The report states that “Students make rapid and sustained progress” and “A culture of continuous improvement and learning is clearly evident”.

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About Us

Meopham School is a co-educational secondary school, with approximately 650 students, located in Meopham, Kent. The school is non-selective and therefore caters for a wide ability range of students. The school delivers academic and personal success through a traditional curriculum and a focus on the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science. We believe that success in these subjects is key to unlocking the broadest range of future opportunities for students.

Meopham School was rated as ‘Good’ in a 2014 Ofsted inspection. The report confirms that the school has improved students’ achievement “rapidly in a wide range of subjects in a short period of time.” The inspection found that the school, “is well led and managed” and that, “Leaders have an unrelenting focus on improving the quality of teaching and increasing students’ progress.”

Meopham School joined the Swale Academies Trust as an academy on 1st February 2013. For further information about the Swale Academies Trust click here

Students are allocated to one of four houses. Two of the Houses, Redgrave and Holmes, are named after famous British Athletes – the Olympic champions, Sir Steven Redgrave and Dame Kelly Holmes. The other two are named Newton and Brunel after successful figures linked to the field of mathematics – Sir Isaac Newton who virtually invented modern mathematics and Isambard Kingdom Brunel the Victorian engineer.

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