Welcome to The Meadows Primary School. We are a three-form entry primary school for 4 – 11 year old children in Northfield, Birmingham.  We have a 26 place resource base for statemented children with speech and language needs.

The Meadows Primary ensures every child has a well-rounded education that supports good progress and high individual attainment.  We are proud to be a fully inclusive school and you can read our diversity statement below:

At the Meadows, we believe that all children have the right to be who they are without discrimination regardless of race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, economic background, gender or disability. We welcome children and families from all backgrounds and encourage our school community to embrace and celebrate our differences, ensuring everyone is treated equally with respect and dignity. 

We hope that you enjoy browsing our site. Below you can see a slideshow of photographs from the school to give you a glimpse into life at The Meadows.

Ofsted quotes from our 2016 report

“Teaching in the early years is good and, as a result, all groups of children achieve well.”

“Pupils enjoy school, feel well cared for and are safe in this happy and harmonious school.”

“Lessons are interesting and motivate pupils well so that they want to learn.”

“Pupils enjoy coming to school. As one pupil said, ‘We have fun every single day.’ Pupils are confident, polite, friendly and welcoming to visitors. They willingly engage in conversation and are keen to talk about what they have been learning.”

Pastoral support for pupils is a strength. The nurture group provides good support for pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities and for those who are disadvantaged. This helps them to make the same rate of progress as other pupils in the school.”

“Pupils are taught the values of respect, the rule of law, democracy and tolerance. As a result, pupils are well prepared for life in modern Britain.”