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 – January 2021

IW School Term Dates

Medina House Term dates

School Complaints Procedure

Class Achievements

Seashell ClassEvan
For fantastic vocal responses.
Dolphin ClassEmma
For fantastic communicating. She was able to use choice boards for her new favourite song and formed a sentence to request it too! 
Puffin ClassAnnabelle
For lovely literacy work, tracing over jungle animal words and even having a go at writing them herself. Wow, well done, Annabelle!  
Jellyfish ClassDylan
For some fabulous home learning, in particular, writing his name, baking some delicious looking lemon curd tarts and having fun playing the shopping game. Well done, Dylan.
Seal ClassJames
For working so well at home with his education pack.
Stingray ClassPhoebe
For reading 173/200 High Frequency words.
Seahorse ClassGeorge
For excellent CVC work in Speech.
Starfish ClassThomas
For associating the colour of his pudding pot with the flavour, and clearly indicating which flavour he would like.
Shark ClassBenji
For working so hard at home, completing all his Home Learning Pack, and bringing it to school on Thursday to show us.
Penguin ClassCharlie Pe
For the fantastic work he’s doing at home.
Turtle ClassTristan & Noah
For identifying big animals.
Island Teaching Alliance