Life at Meath


Play is actively developed to encourage social interaction skills via playtimes, after school clubs and residential activities. Learning through play is a successful teaching style in some classrooms.

Keeping Safe

Meath School is committed to providing a safe and secure environment. The school has also achieved the “Healthy Schools Award”.

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The Meath Community

Our pupils, our staff, our consultants, our parents and carers—together we all make up the Meath Community.

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After school care

For pupils participating in the residential programme at Meath School, we are committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment that allows them to thrive. That’s why Ofsted has regularly recognised Meath School’s residential provision as ‘outstanding’ across all areas.

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Meath School Blog

15 Mar 2018

Lorraine Rogers is a Child Care Officer in the residential department of I CAN’s Meath School for pupils with speech and/or language disorders in Surrey. Here she explains just how much the new school minibus means to the children. In residential we use the minibus on a regular basis and to have a brand new one is a pretty big ...


08 Feb 2018

Tory Dean is a Learning Support Assistant and Kathryn Goold a Speech and Language Therapist at I CAN’s Meath School in Surrey. Here they tell us about Meath’s Tuesday football club. Excitement about Meath School’s football club starts first thing on Tuesday morning, when cries of ‘see you at football club’ greet us as we walk across the playground. By ...


19 Jan 2018

“But that can’t be mother, mother doesn’t have brown feet!” Said the little goat. A story about four baby goats and a wolf who wants to gobble them up. Don’t let anyone else in. If they don’t have white feet, they can’t be mother. A story to explain how passwords work. This is how my Tuesday at Meath School began; ...


22 Nov 2017

Stanley Luker is the Speech and Language Therapy Assistant (SLTA) at I CAN’s Meath School in Ottershaw, Surrey.  Here he tells us about his first few months in the role. “What an incredible school.” That was my first thought after I visited Meath School for the day soon after I was offered the role of Speech and Language Therapy Assistant. ...


10 Nov 2017

Penny Hamilton-Dick is a Speech and Language Therapist at I CAN’s Meath School in Surrey.  Here she presents some thoughts on her first time attending the NAPLIC (National Association of Professionals concerned with Language Impairment in Children) conference in Birmingham earlier this year. In May, a small group of teachers and speech and language therapists from Meath School attended the ...