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Long Meadow School
Garthwaite Crescent, Shenley Brook End, MK5 7XX, UK Milton Keynes
+44 (0)1908 508678

Long Meadow School

Looking forward, aiming high together

Welcome to Long Meadow School website. This site will provide you with information about all aspects of the school. Whether you are a parent, pupil, or an interested member of the local or wider community, you will be able to access all the latest news regarding the school, download forms and find out who to contact at our school.

Click on to find out more!


Staff - Spring Term 2007

Deputy Headteacher
Assistant Headteacher
Mrs Alison Flint
Mr David Morley

Mrs Kelly Hargreaves

Mrs Kathryn Freshwater
Mrs Karen Dolling
Mrs Tracey Myles
Mrs Elizabeth Taylor
Mrs Angela Watson
Mrs Maria Bell
Mr Chris Watts
Mr Dave Morse
Mrs Sejal Payne
Mrs Tina Wagnell

School Manager
School Administrator
Office Administrator
ICT Support Assistant
ICT Support*
Site Manager
Assistant Caretaker
EAL Co-ordinator
EAL Assistant
Learning Mentors Mrs Chris Nixon, Mrs Sue Howkins, Mrs Sam Turvey
Additional Teachers Mrs Emma Mitchell, Mrs Shona Fraser
Early Years Miss Nicola Mills
Miss Yvonne Lewis
Mrs Janette Middleton
Mrs Julia Sinclair
Mrs Maureen Carson
Mrs Lynda Pivett
Early Years Team Leader/Teacher
Early Years Teacher
Nursery Nurse
Nursery Nurse
Teaching Assistant*
Teaching Assistant
Year 1

Mrs Chantal Wright

Miss Paula Best
Ms Suzanne Gillham
Mrs Kim Lock
Ms Marcia Connolly

Key Stage 1 Team Leader / Y1 Teacher
Y1 Teacher
Teaching Assistant (& EYs)
Teaching Assistant
Teaching Assistant (& EYs)
Year 2 Miss Megan Bennett
Mrs Stacy Howarth
Mrs Anita Harrison
Mrs Linda Owen

Y2 Teacher
Y2 Teacher
Teaching Assistant
Teaching Assistant

Year 3 Mrs Suki Bhogal
Mrs Pam Lewis
Miss Germaine Furneaux
Mrs Terri-Anne Williams
Mrs Sarah Blazey
Y3 Teacher
Y3 Teacher
Y3 Teacher
Teaching Assistant*
Teaching Assistant
Year 4 Mrs Tanya Credland

Mrs Sarah Hand
Ms Alison Furness
Mrs Diane Hobson
Mrs Justine White
Mrs Jane Bromley
Mrs Jean Steppings
Y4 Teacher / Lower Key Stage 2 Team Leader
Y4 Teacher
Teaching Assistant*
Teaching Assistant
Teaching Assistant
Teaching Assistant
Teaching Assistant
Year 5 Mrs Cazz Colmer

Mr John Nicholls
Mrs Joanne Demmon
Mrs Angela Watson
Mrs Jeni Richardson

Y5 Teacher / Upper Key Stage 2
Team Leader
Y5 Teacher
Teaching Assistant*
Teaching Assistant*
Teaching Assistant

Year 6 Miss Allison Jenkinson
Miss Jemma Stacey
Mrs Rosemary Scott
Mrs Helen Bromley
Mrs Leandra Browne
Y6 Teacher
Y6 Teacher
Y6 Teacher
Teaching Assistant*
Teaching Assistant*
*Midday Supervisors plus Mrs Maria Bell
Mrs Carole Brockett
Mrs Julie Ferguson
Ms Amanda Higgins
Mrs Grace Creswell
Miss Vicky Gellard
Mrs K Abbey

New Year Groups and Classes

RNM Tadpoles Nocola Mills
RYL Minnows Yvonne Lewis
1CW Sticklebacks Chantal Wright


Paula Best
2SH Frogs

Stacy Howarth

2MB Newts Megan Bennett
3SB/PL Hogweed Suki Bhogal / Pam Lewis
3GF Bracken

Germaine Furneaux

4SH Hawthorn Sarah Hand
4TC Foxgloves Tanya Credland
5JN Ferns John Nicholls
5CC Thistles Cazz Colmer
6JS Brambles Jemma Stacey
6AJ Teasles Alison Jenkinson


Year Groups

The children are taught the Foundation Stage curriculum or the National Curriculum. The year groups are in the following stages:

Foundation Stage

Early Years 4-5 year olds
(sometimes called Reception)

Key Stage 1

Year 1 5-6 year olds
Year 2 6-7 year olds*

Key Stage 2

Year 3 7-8 year olds
Year 4 8-9 year olds
Year 5 9-10 year olds
Year 6** 10-11 year olds**

* End of Key Stage 1 assessment (SATs)
** End of Key Stage 2 assessment (SATs)

The Building and Grounds

The school has 12 traditional classrooms and an Early Years learning area. There are specialist teaching rooms for Art and Technology, Textiles and Food Technology, Music and Science. There is a fully equipped ICT suite with additional computers in each classroom. An electronic library system enables children to have full use of the library. The Learning Mentors are based in a dedicated room and welcome visits from children and parents.

The east wing of the school is called Brook End and at present children in Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2) and the Foundation Stage (Early Years) are taught in this area. The Early Years area is situated in their own self-contained part of the school. There is a practical area, shared toilets and a cloakroom. Children can play outside in a secure designated play area with large toys and outdoor play equipment.

Children in Years 1 and 2 have their own playground called Brook End Playground. Early Years children have access to this playground when they feel more confident.

The west wing of the school is called Wood End and children in Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6) are taught there at present. There are two outdoor play spaces called Meadow Playground and Wood End Playground.

The children enter the school through their cloakroom doors. These doors are locked when the school is in session. Adults and children can exit the school in case of emergency. The main entrance door has a door entry system. Visitors are requested to state their business before they gain access into the building. The Governing Body monitors the security of the school each term.

The school is sited on a medieval ridge and furrow field. The playing fields have are bordered on two sides by protected hedgerows. The school logo reflects these features.

The school has a car park for staff and official visitors. There is also parking at the front of the school for public use. It is not part of the school grounds. Parents may use this facility at the beginning and end of each school day. Please be aware of children walking or riding their bikes to school. The car park has a one-way system. Please park with consideration to others.

 If there is an evening function at school, Meadow and Wood End playgrounds can be used as overspill car parks. Please be aware of residents living near the school. They need to use their car parking spaces and drives and do not appreciate thoughtless parking.

Children may wish to cycle to school. The school has limited bike racks and parents are asked to apply to use them. A form is available from the school office or via the 'Forms' section and racks will be issued on a 'first come first served' basis. Children are encouraged to wear cycle helmets when riding their bikes. All children must dismount from their bike when they are on the school premises.

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Long Meadow School is a community school, situated in a growing area on the west flank of the city. The school is designed for children from age 4+ (Early Years/Reception) to 11 (Year 6). The admission of pupils is organised by Milton Keynes Council to try to ensure there is a managed procedure so that new families moving into the area have an opportunity to attend their local school.

This site provides information about the school, the aims, curriculum and activities. We hope that you will share our ambitions and aspirations for your children.

Long Meadow School opened in September 2001. Children are taught in traditional classrooms with specialist teaching areas for many curriculum subjects. We are fortunate to have the latest technology, equipment and resources. At present there are 422 children on roll in single year group classes.

Being part of a new school is an exciting opportunity for children, parents and the community. We aim to develop a partnership with all interested parties to ensure that, together, we provide a positive, stimulating environment so that every child at Long Meadow School experiences quality learning.

We invite you to come and visit us and we would be delighted to arrange a suitably convenient time for you to see at first hand how we work, as well as the modern facilities we can offer your child. We aim to provide a happy and secure school life for the children at Long Meadow School .

Starting at the School

Early Years Children

There are 60 Early Years places at Long Meadow School. Children are taught in two classes and have full use of all the Early Years facilities. We aim to induct young children into school life with sensitivity and care. Parents can apply for a place by contacting Milton Keynes Council (Admissions 01908 253450) or the school in the second half of the Autumn Term. The Council will contact parents of children who have been allocated a place in the Spring Term. A full induction programme is offered to parents and children in the Summer Term.

At the beginning of the academic year, Early Years children are offered a full time place if they have their 5th birthday between September and December. Children who will be 5 between January and August will be offered a part-time place for the first half of the Autumn Term and a full-time place from after the Autumn half term, if it is agreed between parents and staff that it is in the child's best interests.

The morning session finishes at 12.00 noon so that the external gates are locked before lunchtime play starts for the older children.

Children moving into other Year Groups

Parents of children who move into the area may apply for a place at the school by contacting Milton Keynes Council (Admissions 01908 253450). There may be vacancies in Year Groups. If not, Milton Keynes Council will assist parents to find an alternative school in the area. If a place is offered to your child we provide a full induction programme to ensure your child settles in to Long Meadow School as soon as possible.

School Organisation

  Early Years KS1 KS2/3
School Opens 8:40 am 8:40 am 8:40 am
Registration 8:50 am 8:50 am 8:50 am
Break   10:15 - 10:30 am 10:15 - 10:30 am
Lunch 12:00 - 1:10 pm 12:10 - 1:10 PM 12:10 - 1:10 PM
Registration 1:10 - 1:15 PM 1:10 - 1:15 PM 1:10 - 1:15 PM
Break   2:15 - 2:30 PM  
End of day 3:15 PM 3:15 PM 3:15 PM

Parents are asked to ensure that children do not arrive any earlier than 10 minutes before each session. Supervision is only provided for children for 10 minutes prior to the start time and if children arrive earlier, the school is not responsible should an accident occur.

Children may enter the school building at 8:40 am and take part in activities that have been provided in their classes until 8:50.

Hours of Teaching

The children in key Stage 1 are taught for 22 hours and 55 minutes per week, excluding registration, assemblies/act of worship, playtime and lunchtime. The children in Key Stage 2 are taught for 24 hours and 10 minutes per week.

School Uniform

The governors have adopted jade and navy blue as the school colours. Sweatshirts and polo shirts, with the embroidered school logo, may be purchased through John Lewis plc, Central Milton Keynes. Grey trousers, shorts, pinafore dresses or skirts may also be worn. It is important that all children feel comfortable in their clothes and shoes, and can dress and undress themselves.

Children need an outdoor pair of sensible, black shoes to wear to school. High-heeled shoes, clogs or other unsuitable footwear should not be worn in school. We also ask for your support regarding make-up and jewellery. Make-up or jewellery should not be worn at school. Children with pierced ears may wear only one sleeper or stud in the lobe of each ear.

Uniform items are:


Jade sweatshirt or sweatcardi with logo
Dark grey trousers/skirt/pinafore dress
Navy blue polo shirt with logo
Navy blue fleece with logo (outdoor wear only)


Navy piquet dress with logo or dark navy coloured gingham dress
Jade T shirt with logo
Dark grey trousers/skirt/shorts


Jade T shirt with logo
Navy shorts
Black plimsolls / white soled trainers (these will also be worn if shoes are muddy)
Navy tracksuit bottoms (optional for outdoor use)


P.E Kit

Children need a change of clothes for PE as detailed above. This needs to be brought to school in a named draw-string bag (available from John Lewis plc). For gymnastics, children will work in bare feet in the hall to encourage correct development and for reasons of safety. Plimsolls (or trainers with white soles for older children) will be needed for indoor and outdoor games lessons.

For safety reasons, jewellery must be removed, by the child him/herself, before any physical education lesson to avoid the risk of a severe injury either for the child or for a partner. It is recommended that if your child wishes to have their ears pierced, this is done during the summer break.

Lost Property

We ask that all clothing is named so that lost items can be returned to their owner. A lost property box will be kept centrally and may be examined by parents on request in order to trace mislaid clothes.

School Lunch

Children may go home for lunch or bring a packed lunch to eat. Please ensure that lunchboxes are suitably labelled. We discourage sweets, cans or bottles of fizzy drinks and yoghurts in tubes.

If you are claiming Income Support or Job Seekers Allowance your child may be eligible for a free school sandwich lunch. If you would like to know more about this facility, please contact the school office.

Midday Supervisors will care for the children at lunchtime under the direction of the Headteacher.

Lunch and Snacks

Snacks at morning break

Children may bring a piece of fruit or vegetable to eat as a mid-morning snack. There are two internal water fountains that children may drink from when thirsty. Children in the Early Years class can apply for free milk until their 5th birthday, after which there is a subsidised milk scheme. The milk is provided by 'Cool Milk at School Ltd'. Parents can contact the company to arrange for their child to have milk which they can drink at playtime. Forms are available from the school office or from the following website:


We are happy to support children who need regular prescribed treatment e.g. inhaler, and ask that you provide appropriate medication to be left in school at all times. We prefer not to administer any other medicine in school.

We cannot administer prescribed medicines that need to be taken three times a day as they can be taken at home. We have a 'medicine form' that you will be required to sign and a medicines book to record treatment and dosage, if this is required four times a day or more.

If your child becomes ill at school, we will call a parent or carer. It is important that information regarding emergency contacts is kept up to date. Parents of children who have head injuries will be informed so they are aware of potential repercussions.


It is important that we know that your child is safe at home if s/he does not arrive at school in time for registration. Therefore please phone the school, as soon as possible, if your child is unable to attend school. On return to school please write a letter of explanation that will be recorded in the class register.

Children are expected to attend school every day unless there is a valid reason for their absence. The school will contact parents if their child is absent and a reason has not been given.

Children are expected to be present in their classroom at the beginning of each session. The register is taken at 8.50 am and 1.10 pm. The register is closed at 8.55 am and 1.15 pm. If a child enters school later than these times, the child has a late mark entered in the register. We will contact parents of persistent late comers to ensure that the children are punctual. Please try to prevent your child from missing out on his/her education.

Parents are strongly urged to avoid booking holidays during term time as periods of absence significantly affect educational progress. If this is unavoidable, parents may apply to take up to 10 days of school time in an academic year. Parents are required to complete a Leave of Absence Request Form, two weeks in advance, obtainable from the school, requesting the period of absence.

The Department for Education and Skills (DfES) require schools to record all authorised and unauthorised pupil absences and publish this information annually. In 2004/05 academic year the authorised absence rate for Long Meadow School was 4.% and the unauthorised absence was 0.1%.

Aims of the School

Looking forward, aiming higher together

Long Meadow School promotes high achievement and learning for life by working with children to:

develop thinking skills - knowing how to learn
become highly motivated life long learners
meet the challenges of the modern world
have high self-esteem - belief in themselves and respect for others and the environment
be able to work independently and collaboratively
achieve high standards in all areas of the curriculum
seek to extend themselves in mind, body and spirit
Long Meadow Aims

We believe that each child will succeed through experiencing quality in:

a positive ethos of support, challenge and encouragement
a relevant, forward thinking, broad and balanced curriculum
a stimulating, interactive, learning environment
innovative teaching and an investigative approach to learning
a variety of exciting learning resources
an enriching programme of extra-curricular activities and visits
learning partnerships between school, home and the community 

The Curriculum

Early Years

The curriculum for our Early Years classes is based on the Government's Foundation Stage Curriculum Guidance. It is sub-divided into six areas of learning:

  • Personal, social and emotional development
  • Communication, language and literacy
  • Mathematical development
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the world
  • Physical development
  • Creative development
Early Years

The areas of topics will be linked to short topics.

Shortly after the children have settled into school, the EYs Team will assess the children to find out about their knowledge and abilities, so that each child's learning needs can be met. This assessment takes place through normal, everyday class activities and the children are unaware of the process. Parents and children will have the opportunity to discuss the assessment and other areas of your child's development at the Autumn Parent Consultation Meeting.

Year 1 - Year 6

The children in these years will study units in the following subjects in the National Curriculum

Core subjects:

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Foundation subjects:


RE and PHSE (Personal, Health and Social Education) will also be taught as separate subjects. Languages will be taught in Year 6.

Special Educational Needs

Long Meadow School serves children of all abilities. We aim to challenge and support the able child as well as those experiencing difficulties. Needs will be addressed when necessary and extra support will be given to children on the SEN register as well as target groups of children who need extra support in certain areas. All parents will be involved in their child/ren's learning. Parents of children with SEN will have regular meetings to review their child's progress/changing needs. It is important that we work together to support your child.


We are particularly concerned with good behaviour. We believe that good behaviour needs to be carefully developed. Children learn best when they are clear about what they are supposed to do and when they are continually and consistently encouraged to do it. At Long Meadow School we believe that if staff, children and parents value good behaviour, children will:

learn what good behaviour means
learn to care for others
feel happy and safe
learn to be good friends
develop self-confidence
do as well as possible in their work

Teachers will be able to:

teach effectively without disruptions
meet the needs of all children
work positively with parents

Parents will feel confident that their child is being taught in a safe and happy environment. If there is a problem, please come to school as soon as possible so that we can help.

Sometimes, however, for a variety of reasons, a child finds it difficult to behave in a reasonably acceptable manner. If this happens, there will be strategies and sanctions to encourage the child to develop greater self-esteem and become more willing to conform to acceptable behaviour patterns. Parents will be involved at an early stage so that we can work together to support the child. Any incidents of bullying will be dealt with swiftly.

Home Learning

Children are encouraged to be involved with home learning activities. These will include sharing or reading books, maths games, words, spellings or tables to learn or carry out further research.

At a minimum, it is expected that children will spend the following time reading at home:

Early Years 10 minutes a day
Y1 -Y6 20 minutes a day

There are also opportunities to be involved in learning projects or weekly set homework as follows:

Y1 -Y2 Half term projects to include Maths, English and at least one other subject
Y3 Half term projects leading to weekly set homework
Y4 - Y6 Weekly set homework

Partnerships with Parents

It is vital that parents are involved in their child's education. Parents have an extremely important part to play in helping their child at school. There will be termly Parent Consultation Meetings so that we can share your child's progress. Parents may also see the class teacher at other times during the term if they have any concerns or would just like to see how their child is progressing. If you have any queries or worries please do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher or the Headteacher. We would rather you talked to us as soon as possible about any concerns you have. If your teacher has any concerns about your child's progress or behaviour, s/he may request a meeting to discuss how to help your child.

We ask that parents and children read and sign the Home School Partnership Agreement produced by the school. One copy is to be kept at home and another returned to school.

There will be regular newsletters during each half term. These will provide information about events that will be happening as well as dates and news. Curriculum newsletters will be sent out each half term to inform parents about the curriculum areas the children will be studying, so that they can support their child at home. There will also be regular letters that your child will bring home (often hidden in their reading book bag or clothing!).

Parents Helping in School

We welcome parents to help and support the children in school. You may have skills you would like to share with the children (using the computer, reading stories, artistic skills, sewing, cooking, woodwork etc). Please, please come forward! We love having other adults in school and so do the children.

Parents / Friends at Long Meadow School (PALS)

The school has a thriving group of parents who form the committee of PALS. All parents are members of PALS and are welcome to attend functions and events organised by the committee. They meet on a regular basis to plan money raising and social events. The annual general meeting is held in the Autumn Term. Information is sent to parents in regular newsletters.

Please see the PALS web-site for more details of our fund-raising activities, our committee and to contribute your own ideas and comments.

Procedures (Complaints / Charging)

Complaints Procedures

The Education Act 1988 requires that a formal complaints procedure should be established to deal with complaints about the curriculum or religious worship. In most cases we would expect that any concerns or complaints expressed by parents about the school would be dealt with through informal discussions with the Headteacher. It will be best to approach the Headteacher in the first instance since difficulties can usually be resolved in this way.

We recognise, however, that there may be some circumstances in which parents prefer to approach someone other than the Headteacher. In such cases, parents may prefer to approach the Chair of Governors or the Director of Education and Library Services. The Formal Complaints Procedure would then be used to register a complaint and for it to be dealt with under the regulations of Section 23 (1) of the Education Act 1988. A copy of the procedure may be obtained from the school office.

Charging policy

The basic principle underlying the charging provision of the Education Act 1988 is that neither pupil nor parent should be required to pay for or supply any material in connection with education provided during school hours e.g.visit to a museum or a theatre group visiting school. Parents may, however, be invited to contribute financially or to provide particular items for children. A pupil will not be debarred from taking part in the activity because his/her parents cannot, or will not contribute. However, if insufficient voluntary funds are collected it may be necessary to cancel the activity.

Appropriate charges may be made for cookery ingredients and craft materials where parents have indicated in advance that they wish to take their child's finished work home.

Parents will be invited to make a contribution to meet the cost of damages or breakages where this is a result of their child's deliberate action.

Admissions Policy

Places at Long Meadow School are allocated by Milton Keynes Council according to their published admissions criteria. Parents can apply for a place by contacting Milton Keynes Council (Admissions 01908 253450) or the school in the second half of the Autumn Term. Parents do not have a right to chose a school for their child. They can however, state a preference. If you live within the school's defined area, your application will be given priority. The defined area is Shenley Brook End (not including the area to the east) and Westcroft.

Milton Keynes Council will do everything possible to allocate a place at your preferred school. There is, however, no guarantee of a place at the school serving the area where you live.



We offer children a range of extra curricular activities at lunchtime and after school. Further details are sent home on a regular basis to ensure a variety of activities and opportunities for as many children to take part as possible.

Clubs and Events

Clubs Offered to Children

Day Club Time Member of staff Year Groups
Monday Dragonfly Funzone After School
3:15 - 4:00
Mrs Nixon
Mrs Turvey
Tuesday ICT Lunchtime
Mrs Credland
Mrs Taylor
Tuesday Girl's Football

After School

Miss Furneaux 3/4
Wednesday Sewing Lunchtime
Mrs Hand 4
Wednesday Recorders Lunchtime
Mrs Colmer 4/5
Wednesday Homework/Study After School
Mrs Turvey
Mrs Howkins
Thursday Robotics Lunchtime
Mrs Bromley 5
Thursday Environmental After School
Miss Jenkinson 3/4/5/6
Thursday Fashion After School
Miss Stacey
Friday Sewing Lunchtime
Mrs Bhogal
Mrs Blazey
Friday Boys Football Lunchtime
Mr Morley 5/6
Friday Girl's Football Lunchtime
Mr Nicholls 5/6

If you would like your child to attend any of these clubs please contact the school office to check availability.

After School Care

After School Clubs that pick children up from Long Meadow School.

NB: Please contact the clubs directly for further enquries.

Activity World 01908 366402
SWASPS 01908 641475
Fusion (Oldbrook Main Office) 01908 670655


Spring Term

Planning Dates - Spring Term 2007

September 2007
Wed 5th First day of Autumn Term

Academic Dates - Year 2006 - 2007



School Opens

School Closes

Autumn Term 2007


Wednesday 5th September Friday 19th October
Tuesday 30th October Friday 21st December

Spring Term 2008

Spring Term

Tuesday 8th Jan Friday 15th February
Monday 25th February Friday 4th April

Summer Term 2008

Summer Term

Monday 21st April Friday 23rd May
Tuesday 3rd June Wednesday 23rd July

Inset Dates for 2007/08:

Mon 3 Sept 2007 / Tue 4th Sept 2007 / Mon 29 Oct 2007

Mon 7 Jan 2008 / Mon 2 June 2008

School will also be closed: Fri 21 Mar 08 / Mon 24 Mar 08 / Mon 5 May 2008


Parents / Friends at Long Meadow School logoWhat is PALS?

was set up as a group for anyone that wishes to help raise money for the school.

Now established as registered charity, we have already contributed a substantial amount of money to school activities and equipment.

Each class at Long Meadow has an appointed PALS class-rep on the the PALS committee, to allow you to pass ideas, questions, concerns to the PALS committee.


Parents/Friends at Long Meadow School (P A L S)
Registered Charity No. 1095870

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