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 ClassChelsea
For amazing puppet and art work at home.
Dolphin ClassJames
For reading the whole daily schedule each day and for fantastic participation at Forest School- transferring water back and forth.
Puffin ClassRosie
For being the best dressed pirate and for creating some amazing pirate crafts for this week’s home learning topic. 
Jellyfish ClassLouie
For being a fab little home Jellyfish, doing his matching work.
Seal ClassMorgan
For amazing maths work, subtracting using a number line.
Stingray ClassLuca
For completing an art task independently.
Seahorse ClassLee
For excellent independent work in art, making an under the sea picture.
Starfish ClassGabriel
For settling into the Starfish Bubble and working well within the routine.
Shark ClassAaran
For working hard at home on his maths, riding his bike to keep fit, and communicating with his teacher at St Georges, ready for his transition in September. 
Penguin ClassMilly
For independently brushing her hair in the mirror.
Turtle ClassMicky
For settling back into school so well, and being full of giggles and smiles.
Island Teaching Alliance