Welcome

to Medina House School on the Isle of Wight

 About the School

Medina House School has been part of the life and education provision of the Isle of Wight for over 30 years.

Aims and Values:

  • To develop a positive attitude to learning in a fun, stimulating, challenging yet safe environment.
  • To build strong supportive relationships with parents/carers/families and to promote effective partnerships with other agencies.
  • To provide every opportunity to experience and participate in the wider world as independently and safely as possible.
  • To increase the awareness of our school in local communities.

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IW School Term Dates

Medina House Term dates

School Complaints Procedure


Class Achievements

Seashell ClassLouie
For really amazing swimming work and tracking disco lights in the pool.
Dolphin ClassRomii
For playing lots of turn taking games with her friends, for having kind hands and giving lots of high fives, also for working really hard on her standing and walking. 
Puffin ClassGabriel
For being a kind friend, and for developing his understanding of the world through the ice experiment. 
Jellyfish ClassLouie
For his enthusiastic and rhythmic dance moves during PE and the nativity rehearsal. 
Seal ClassAlfie
For following the dance live routine without support. 
Stingray ClassSavannah
For using her voice to let the adults know what she wants in class.
Seahorse ClassBenji
For naming 3D shapes and identifying their properties.
Starfish ClassImogen
For carrying out her classroom job of collecting and returning the register, brilliantly - with no detours!
Shark ClassZara
For excellent work in Maths and Art.
Penguin ClassMilly
For being a really good friend to her classmates and for great communication with adults.
Turtle ClassTristan
For great cooperation all week and just being an all round superstar!
  1. December 13
  2. December 16 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
  3. December 20 @ 1:15 pm - 2:30 pm
  4. January 16, 2020 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 pm
* indicates required
 
Artsmark
Island Teaching Alliance