Welcome to Meadow Green Primary School... Have a look at our new behaviour policy and find out about the Meadow Green Bees... Coming Soon: Meetings for Parents with new class teachers; Phase Trips and Sports Afternoons; Transition 'class swaps' for children; Year 6 Performance, Residential trip and Leavers events!
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Meadow Green PrimaryA Hive of Industry & Learning

Welcome toMeadow Green PrimaryA Hive of Industry & Learning

Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome to our school


At the heart of everything we do at Meadow Green are the children we teach. Our aim is to provide a happy, secure environment in which children will thrive and develop intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically.


We strive for our children to be:

  • Motivated and enthusiastic about learning

  • Confident, articulate and assertive

  • Numerate and literate in the widest sense

  • Capable in the use of technology

  • Equipped with a wide range of knowledge and skills needed for the next stage of schooling and beyond

  • Concerned about justice and inequality

  • Knowledgeable about, and sensitive to, the beliefs, values and lifestyles of others

  • Concerned about their community and the wider world

  • Able to make informed choices

  • Responsible and responsive towards the environment


As our most recent Ofsted Report   ( February 2024)  commented:

'Pupils are happy to be a part of this welcoming and inclusive school. Pupils enjoy learning and playing together.'


'The school values of respect and resilience are understood by all pupils. Pupils use these values to enhance their learning. Overall, pupils achieve well. They also behave very well.'


Founded in 1965 to serve the community of Wythall and Wythall Heath (replacing the old school by St Mary's Church), Meadow Green  is truly at the heart of our community. We are a one and a half form entry, non-denominational school catering for children between the ages of 3 and 11. Our accommodation comprises of the original classrooms which have been supplemented by additional classrooms in 2000 and 2011 as our school has grown. Our wonderful school grounds are a feature of our site with mature oak trees and extensive fields . Ofsted rate us as a Good school, but we are not content with that and strive to become even better. We strongly believe in working together with parents and our community.  We hope you will enjoy the many opportunities to be involved in school life.


I look forward to welcoming you  and your child to  Meadow Green.     

Mr Nathan Jones