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Successful Athletics Season

At the Reading Town Athletics Championships which took place on the 23rd of June, the U13 girls finished 7th and the U14 girls finished 4th. Both the U13 and th U14 Boys finished 3rd.  Individual performances were fantastic with our students winning a total of...

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Open Mornings 2017

Will your child be starting secondary School in 2018?  Come to see our school in action on one of our Open Mornings.

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Open Evening 2017

If you have a child in Year 5 and you are considering which Secondary School they should attend from September 2018, please join us at our Open Evening on Monday 10th July.

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Africa Day

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There will be a change of menu for school meals on Thursday 25th May because it is Africa Day.

The main course will be Chicken a la King which is a curry with white mushroom sauce and peppers.  Dessert will be Malva Pudding, an apricot sponge of South African...

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Letter of acknowledgement from the Mayor of London

Along with millions of others we were devastated by the events near Parliament Square in London on Wednesday 22nd March 2017.  The students took time in their tutor groups to compile a book of condolence and to send messages of support via the Mayor of London to those who were most...

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UKMT Junior Mathematics Challenge 2017

The UKMT Junior Mathematics Challenge took place on Thursday April 27th. This is a prestigious, national competition where over 250,000 students in Years 7 and 8 from over 4000 schools in the country sit a mathematics challenge paper under exam conditions. Maiden Erlegh...

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Year 7 Football Success

The Year 7 Boys' football team took part in the Reading League playoffs last week. They had a tough semi-final against Prospect School but played fantastically well and came away 1-0 victors. The team played a very good Denefield side in the final and unfortunately lost...

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The Maiden Erlegh Marvel

The latest publication is now available.  To read it please click on the link below.

Previous editions are available to read in the English section of the Curriculum and Learning area of the website.

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Scholastic Book Fair

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We are looking forward to our first Book Fair later this month.

Our students will have the opportunity to purchase from a good selection of books, stationery or posters.  The books are often...

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Annual School Survey

Parents and students - have your say!

It is very important to us that we take into account the views of parents and students as we seek to improve our school and that we capture your views regularly. 

To that end, we will conduct an annual school survey in the Spring Term of each...

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Dates for Key Stage 4 Options Process

Here is a quick reference to the dates which are coming up for the Key Stage 4 Options process.  For full details please refer to the letters area of the website.

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Full Report 

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Train to teach event

Are you interested in a career in teaching?

Please follow the link to a flyer about an information event to be held at Maiden Erlegh School on March 1st.

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Bilingualism Matters

We are fortunate to have excellent links with the University of Reading.  We have received from them information about the following event on maintaining the Mother Tongue.

At the University of Reading we place great importance of engaging with our local and regional audiences....

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Environment Day

Last Friday our school day had an environmental theme.

The day began with an assembly, during which the children considered how the environment relates to their daily lives. Specifically, we focused on the natural and human features of the environment...

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England Women's Cricket Coach visits MESiR

On Tuesday 17th January we were delighted to welcome Mark Robinson to our school.  Mark is currently coach to the England Women's Cricket team and he is working with that team in preparation for the ICC Women's World Cup competition which will be held in this...

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Official opening of the new school building

Maiden Erlegh School in Reading celebrated the official opening of its new, state-of-the-art secondary school on the Crescent Road campus.

The official opening was performed by local MP Rob Wilson in the presence of supporters of the school and other guests including...

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Maths puzzle day for year 7 students

Last week our year 7 students enjoyed a whole day of mathematics as part of the enrichment programme here at Maiden Erlegh School in Reading.  They spent the day taking part in a carousel of mathematical activities, delivered by mathematics staff as well as an external company; The Happy...

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Parents visit the new building

As well as enjoying the official opening last week, we were delighted to welcome a number of parents who were able to join us for a tour of the new building.  Parents visited the classrooms which we have been using since November and looked in on the new drama studio,...

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Year 8 Road Map Presentation

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The above link will take you to the presentation from Wednesday's meeting for parents.

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Reading Model Climate Conference

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As part of the Silver Programme, twenty of our year 8 students attended a model climate change conference in Reading Town Hall on Tuesday 17th...

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Soctober

During October staff, students and their families donated a vast number of pairs of socks.  these have now been delivered to CIRDIC who have responded with the following letter of thanks:

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We hope to continue our support of the work of this...

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Rugby Success

Year 8 have had a very successful season winning the Reading Conference League. During the season the boys represented the school fantastically giving their all in every single match. This meant that they only lost one of their 9 games throughout the season against a...

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First impressions of our new building

Tuesday 1st November will be remembered as the first day our students spent in our fabulous new school building.  Here are a few photographs of the day and statements from some of the students about their first impressions.

Maiden Erlegh Marvel

The students have a number of enrichment opportunities here at Maiden Erlegh School in Reading.  One of these is the journalism club which is held after school on Fridays. We are delighted to share with you the latest edition of 'The Maiden Erlegh Marvel' which can be found by clicking...

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National Recognition for Chairman of Governors

Chairman of Governors of Maiden Erlegh School in Reading, Mr Ian May receiving the British Empire Medal, from the Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, James Puxley.

Follow the link below to see the full article in The Reading Chronicle.

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New Building Progress Report

We are now days away from moving into the new school building.  Our building contractors, Kier Construction, have sent us a progress report, which we are delighted to share this with you. To view the plans and photographs please click binäre optionen strategie forum HERE

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Congratulations Miss Moran

 

Congratulations to Miss Moran who competed in the European Teamgym Championships held in Slovenia last week.  As a member of the Great Britain Senior Mixed Team, she competed on Thursday in the qualifying competition and again on Saturday in the...

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Curriculum Booklet

We are pleased to launch our new Curriculum Booklet which contains information about what the children are learning in the Foundation Curriculum of years 7 and 8. 

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Open Evening

Thank you to all the families who have visited us during the last few weeks and especially on Open Evening.  We hope you enjoyed your visit to our temporary school and your sneak preview of the new building.  We are very excited about moving in ready to start after the half-term...

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Local MP tours new school

Peter Thomas headteacher said  "We were delighted to show Rob Wilson around Maiden Erlegh School in Reading's brand new building which is nearing completion.

In just a few weeks we will be moving into the new building. I know that pupils,...

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Good news from our external performance review

“A school where high standards are the expectation and all pupils are treated equally and encouraged to do their best.”

On July 12th 2016 Maiden Erlegh School in Reading commissioned an independent external review of the school. The review was led by Mr P Barnes, National Leader of...

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Miss Moran represents Team GB

Our excellent Head of Mathematics, Miss Moran, will be representing Team GB at the European TeamGym Championships in Slovenia from 10th-14th October. In addition to leading an outstanding Mathematics team, Miss Moran, has been training hard to prepare for this competition.

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Rugby Fixtures

Rugby fixtures are under way this half-term and both year 7 and year 8 boys' teams have a full programme of matches. In the first week the year 7 team played The Wren and Oakbank Schools, losing both games, but scoring well and beginning to show promise.  Man of the match was Ibi. The...

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Working with our Primary Schools

We were delighted to be invited to visit St John's C of E Primary School on Thursday last week to attend their secondary school information evening.  As always our students are the best ambassadors for our school. They enjoyed visiting their former primary school and were keen to...

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Early Closure Monday 10th October

Message to parents and carers of existing students: the school will close at the earlier time of 1.55pm to enable students and staff to prepare for our Open Evening which runs from 5.30pm - 7.30pm.

Lessons 1-4 will run as per the normal Monday timetable, with school finishing at the end of...

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Open Evening 2016

Please note that visitors should arrive at the Hamilton Road entrance to the school. Parking will be very limited on Open Evening, so please allow time either to walk or to park some distance from the entrance.

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New Building Update

We are now in phase one of the move into the new building on Crescent Road. This means that we are able to use the sports hall for PE lessons and assemblies.

Meanwhile, work on the rest of the new school carries on apace.

The following images show the current status and we are looking...

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Start of New School Year

We are delighted to welcome everyone to the start of the new school year.  We are settling in to our extended accommodation and the students are finding their way around splendidly.  Our new sports hall was put to good use on Monday as the new Year 7 students arrived at the start of...

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Visit to the Science Museum

Fifty of our students who have shown outstanding effort in science during their first year here were invited to take part in a visit to the Science Museum on the 4th July.  The visit was a reward and aimed to enable the students to continue to fuel their enthusiasm and passion for science....

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UKMT Junior Mathematics Challenge

The UKMT Junior Mathematics Challenge took place on Thursday April 28th. This is a prestigious, national competition where over 250,000 students in Years 7 and 8 from over 4000 schools in the country sit a mathematics challenge paper under exam conditions. Maiden Erlegh School in Reading entered...

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People In Your Neighbourhood Performance

A group of our students are working alongside "Mammalian Diving Reflex" as part of the Reading Year of Culture 2016.

They have done the research, analysed the data and made the connections. They are now ready to share their expertise in the 'People in Your...

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Maiden Erlegh Inter-School Football Matches

On Monday 13th June the Year 7 students at both Maiden Erlegh schools were locked in battle in the inaugural Inter-School Football matches. Three hard fought games took place after school on the playing fields here at the Reading school.  Supporters, including students, staff and...

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Key Events in the last few weeks of term

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Transition day for Year 6 students who will be joining us in September. Current Year 7 students are requested to bring a packed lunch on this day. Those who normally receive free school meals will be...

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Chair of Governors is honoured by the Queen

The Chair of the Maiden Erlegh School in Reading Local Advisory Body (Governors), Mr Ian May, has been recognised for his many years of selfless service to the community by being presented with a British Empire Medal during the Queen's Birthday Honours. Ian has been a school governor...

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Artlab visit to Reading University

Going to the Reading University has been one of the best trips in this school. We went on a 10 – 15 min walk to the university and were greeted by a lovely lady called Tina who took us into a room. On our way we were given bright red/blue overalls. Once there we were introduced...

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Gangsta Granny

It’s Friday night, and Ben is over at Gran’s again. That means cabbage soup, cabbage pie and crème-brulee, flavoured with cabbage, of course.  Ben hates going to Gran’s house as it is the most boring thing on Earth, but that was until he discovered that Gran had a...

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Mental Health

Thank you, Amishi, for writing this piece for the Maiden Erlegh Marvel:

On 2nd May, sixth formers from our sister school, Maiden Erlegh, Wokingham, came to our school and gave an assembly on mental health. The nine sixth formers had prepared a wonderful assembly for us and it was enjoyable and...

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EU Referendum Student Views

After having read an article in the childrens' newspaper FirstNews about the EU referendum one of our students, Katy, suggested that Maiden Erlegh in Reading students should be given an opportunity to listen to the arguments for both campaigns and then be able to vote themselves. She...

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Reading University Artlab

We are excited to announce that on Wednesday 8th June, a number of Year 7 students from Maiden Erlegh School in Reading  will spend the day at the University of Reading’s ArtLab. They will be collaborating, with our friends at the University, to produce artwork for the International...

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People in your Neighbourhood

As part of Reading’s Year of culture, students from Maiden Erlegh in Reading have been invited to take part in a two week project with international performance group Mammalian Diving Reflex. The project will be run by Reading University and will take place during the last two weeks of...

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Charity Walk

Congratulations to one of our students, Damini, and her mother who recently raised £1100 for The British Red Cross by taking part in a charity walk. Damini said,

"My mum and I did a 12 mile walk from Reading to Caversham. It was all for British Red Cross Charity and we all had to wear...

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Tirabad Part Two

We have managed to find some photographs from the second trip to Tirabad which took place in March. The group of 36 students enjoyed their stay in the South Wales countryside and learned a variety of new skills. A number of challenges were faced and overcome by many of the students. ...

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Year 7 Parents' Evenings

We are looking forward to welcoming parents to the Year 7 Progress Meetings next week. 

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Maiden Erlegh Trust celebrates continued success

Our sister school, Maiden Erlegh School (Earley), has received further recognition of the tremendous academic achievement and progress of their students. They have been recognised by the SSAT as being in the top 10% of schools nationally for high average grades achieved by students, and the top...

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Sport Relief

Friday 18th March began with the Sport Relief mile run.  This was organised as a competition between all the tutor groups. The whole school ran three laps of the course set out on the field and after Easter the winning form will be announced. 

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Spaces available for current Year 7 students

Whilst we are oversubscribed for Year 7 in September 2016,  we have a small number of spaces in the CURRENT year 7 intake. This is due to students moving out of the area. If you would like to know how to apply to move your child to Maiden Erlegh School in Reading then please contact the...

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World Book Day

 

The students at Maiden Erlegh School in Reading have celebrated World Book Day in style.  During the day on Thursday the teachers used a part of each lesson to read excerpts of a short story which they completed by the end of the day.  The students enjoyed each...

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Maiden Erlegh School in Reading oversubscribed for September 2016

The new Maiden Erlegh School in Reading is once again full with a waiting list for places for its second intake in September 2016. It is one of only three non-selective schools in Reading to be oversubscribed.

Peter Thomas, headteacher said:

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STEM Civil Engineering Workshops

   

On Monday 29 February and Tuesday 1st March, 120 of our students had the opportunity to take part in a bridge-building challenge led by a group of professional engineers from Peter Brett Associates (PBA). Hosted by our neighbours at the UTC, the sessions gave students the...

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Tirabad

One of the students who went to Tirabad last term has written about the experience.

The second group of students are looking forward to going to Tirabad in March. Hopefully Rhama’s review will give them an idea of what to expect.

 

“Tirabad is an unforgettable experience. ...

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Admission arrangements 2017/18

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Carnival Day

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On Wednesday 10th February we celebrated our first ever Carnival Day! Throughout the day, lessons were dedicated to the ‘Carnival’ theme and students got to explore various activities including, mask making in Art, folk tales in Drama, pop-up scenes in Technology and...

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Paris Condolence Card

 

Following the terrorist attacks on Paris on 13th November 2015, Mrs Clarke and Mrs Sutton in the French department at Maiden Erlegh School in Reading, organised, during French lessons, a Book of Condolence from teachers and pupils to express their sympathy. The...

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Christmas gifts for the homeless

On Friday 12th December Maiden Erlegh School in Reading donated 30 shoe boxes full of gifts for homeless people in Reading.  Mabel Boyd from CIRDIC came to collect the boxes and said they would be distributed to the homeless of Reading...

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Advent Assembly

On December 4th some of our students shared information with us about the meaning of Advent. We learnt about the meaning of the Advent Wreath and the symbolic importance of the candles. As this is a time for reflection before Christmas the students used some thought provoking quotes and a poem...

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Act of Remembrance

On 11th November one of our students played the last post as part of the school's Act of Remembrance. The whole school assembled in the courtyard and listened to Mr Johnson reading 'For The Fallen' by Robert Laurence Binyon. This was followed by the tradtional...

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Charity cake sale

Our students gave generously of their time and talents to prepare a fabulous array of cakes which were sold to support the BBC Children in Need appeal.

They enjoyed eating them too!

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Preparing for life in modern Britain

Maiden Erlegh School in Reading is committed to preparing its pupils for life in modern Britain by ensuring that they have not just the right knowledge, skills and understanding, but also the right values to be active citizens who are capable of responding positively to the opportunities and...

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Diwali

Earlier in November in our assembly we had a special celebration of Diwali. A number of our girls told the school all about the background of the festival, the story of Rama and Sita, how they decorate their homes and described the wonderful food they eat.

The girls also...

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Eid Assembly

In October some of our students shared aspects of their faith in a special Eid assembly. This was our first opportunity to celebrate the diversity that is such an important part of our school community.  The students explained the significance of Eid for them and their families and showed...

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Visit to our local Gurdwara

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On Monday 19 October, Mrs James, Miss Butler, Dr Thomas and 17 students visited the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara in Cumberland Road, Reading. Upon arrival they were taken into the Langar (free kitchen) where they were served with a delicious meal of vegetable curry and...

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Mathematics Puzzle Day

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On Monday 12th October, Maiden Erlegh School in Reading hosted a mathematics enrichment day, delivered by the department teaching team as well as specialist staff from Maiden Erlegh School and the Happy Puzzle Company.

The students took part in a carousel of activities all centred around...

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E-Safety Day

On Wednesday 7th October 2015, it was the privilege of Maiden Erlegh School in Reading to host an e-safety day led by Intel Security UK and Bletchley Park. 

The day started with an assembly led by Intel and Bletchley Park and saw engaged pupils asking probing questions about...

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Open day report

Hundreds of parents, carers and their children flocked to our open day on Monday 28th September. Visitors were shown around our temporary buildings by our eager Year 7 guides and treated to demonstrations of learning activities, displays of work and a confident performance from our choir. The...

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Reception at Number 10 Downing Street

Peter Thomas, Chief Executive of Maiden Erlegh Trust and Headteacher of Maiden Erlegh School in Reading, and Julie Dennis, Business Manager of the Trust, were invited by The Prime Minister to attend a reception at Number 10 Downing Street on Wednesday 2 September. We were honoured to represent...

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We are open for business

On Thursday September 3rd 2015, our brand new secondary school opened its gates for the first time. One hundred and eighty keen and eager students poured through the gate to meet their teachers for the first time. Student planners were distributed, timetables scrutinised and it wasn't...

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Arrangements for the first day of term

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We are into the last week of preparations for the opening of our brand new school with staff and students eagerly anticipating the new term. Our accommodation for the first year is ready, the furniture is in place and lessons are prepared.

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ParentPay available for payments

Click on the ParentPay logo to activate your account and allocate monies to your child's  cashless catering account ready for the start of term. Parents should have received a letter with their activation code together with details of biometric registration and consent form....

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Explosives Search Dog Detection Team visit Maiden Erlegh

On Tuesday 11 and 18 August, some of our students joining us in September were joined by the Thames Valley and Hampshire Police Explosives Search Dog DetectionTeam.

The dogs were practising their skills to allow them to sniff out hidden explosives, and the large Maiden Erlegh site provided ample...

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Best Ever A Level Results

The Sixth Form class of 2015 at Maiden Erlegh have once again achieved an excellent set of results. We are delighted to announce that the results this year have been the best for many years and have set a very high standard for us to aim for in the future. 99.7% of all examinations taken were...

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One Hundred and Eighty

We have heard from Reading Borough Council’s admissions team that Maiden Erlegh School in Reading is fully subscribed with 180 students joining us in September 2015. This is excellent news; being fully subscribed is very unusual for brand new schools. We are encouraged by the trust that...

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Yr 6- 7 Transition dates

New parents are invited to meet us on Wednesday 10 June, 7.00-8.30pm, at Maiden Erlegh School, Silverdale Road, Earley. We will share our planning to date with presentations on the curriculum, extra curricular activities, behaviour and safeguarding approaches, details about both the temporary...

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Maiden Erlegh School in Reading Information

Thank you to all the parents who came along to our recent information events. We do not have any further events planned at the moment and if you would like to find out more about us and how you can secure a place for your child at our new school, please check this website. If this does not...

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New School Site Confirmed

Site for our new school is now confirmed

Reading Borough Council confirmed on Monday 21 July that Crescent Road in East Reading will be the site for the new Maiden Erlegh Secondary School. At a meeting of Policy Committee Reading Borough Council agreed to sell the Crescent Road site to the...

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