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.

Read more about our school

Risk Assessment for Re-opening of Medina House School  September 2020

COVID19 Staff Risk Assessment for use of PPE -September 2020

MHS Coronavirus risk assessment – updated 28.9.20 September 2020

IW School Term Dates

Medina House Term dates

School Complaints Procedure

Class Achievements

Seashell ClassHarriet
For positive work in the white room.
Dolphin ClassLayna
For amazing signing this week, especially in Makaton group.
Puffin ClassCharlie
For his amazing communication, showing us the Makaton signs for the topic words, and for engaging in all our learning. Also, Charlie painted an awesome Autumn leaf.
Jellyfish ClassLola
For her amazing writing of her memories during lockdown and working really hard on forming lower-case letters.
Seal ClassRhys
For following his wheelchair rules and being quick to get to class in the mornings.
Stingray ClassLiam
For his amazing portrait art work.
Seahorse ClassAlbert
For excellent number bond work up to 10.
Starfish ClassLiam - For fantastic signing of the topic word ‘Love’ when he tasted the mango! 
And Katie - For great name writing and sentence structure.
Shark ClassHarvey
For being a superstar and calling for help when Jane fell and hurt her ankle!
Penguin ClassCharlie Pl
For joining in really well with the RE and Harvest lessons this week.
Turtle ClassFlynn
For excellent work in the pool, pushing off the side, swimming underwater and then coming back up. Well done, Flynn!
Island Teaching Alliance