Welcome to Meadow Green Primary School! Our Open Days for children starting Nursery in 2022 are on Wednesday 6th, 13th and 20th October. Come and visit us between 1.00 and 2.45pm. See the 'School Tours and Open days' section in the Key information below!
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Meadow Green PrimaryA Hive of Industry & Learning

Welcome toMeadow Green PrimaryA Hive of Industry & Learning

School Games & Sporting Competition

Sports and Competitions

At Meadow Green Primary School, we actively promote school sport by helping every child develop their sporting skills and talents both inside and outside of school. Children are encouraged to undertake a range of sports and activities as a part of a healthy lifestyle and this is strongly supported by  our parents.

We involve children in inter-house competitions (Level 1) and look for opportunities to enable as many children as possible to represent their school in inter-school (Level 2) championships and competitions.  We have  cross border associations with Birmingham Primary sports partnership, as well as within our immediate district.  Due to exposure at these range of inter-school events many pupils have been signposted to sports clubs to continue their development.

Many of our children have represented Bromsgrove and Redditch in inter-area competitions and in the Worcester  County Games (Level 3)

Sports News

We have had massive successes in Gymnastics this year. A number of our children represent the school as part of Wythall Gymnastics Club. They compete in regional and national competitions which are mainly held in Stoke.
Most recently on 14th March 2020, Abi, Izzy, Megan and Tobias competed in what is called a Mixed Trio (three events rather than competitors) and came third Nationally. An absolutely fantastic achievement - well done. 
On Friday 24th January 2020 a team of Year 6 girls attended the Sportshall athletics at Arrowvale School. We took 13 of our Year 6 girls some who had never represented the school before.  The children represented the school magnificently and we were placed 5th overall just missing out on a bronze medal by 12 points. Well done Girls!