Meadowpark School and Nursery
Meadowpark provides education and daycare for children of ages 3 months to 11 years. We are proud of our high standards and we aim to recognize and develop the potential of each and every child who attends Meadowpark School and Nursery.
The School is situated in a Grade II listed building on the banks of the River Thames. Meadowpark School is an independent school for boys and girls and we provide primary education for pupils from the age of 4 years to 11 years as well as Before School Care from 8am and After School Care until 6pm. There is also a full range of exciting activities during school holidays. Small classes and highly qualified staff ensure we meet every pupil’s needs. We recognize pupils’ particular strengths, nurture their talents and inspire them to excel at learning.
Meadowpark Nursery consists of a Baby and Toddler Nursery for children aged 3 months to 2 years and a Nursery School for children from 2 years to 4 years. The Nursery has gained a reputation for providing excellent pre-school education and flexible daycare. Your child is an individual and we work actively with your child, encouraging an enjoyment of learning and developing their natural inquisitive nature which we believe all children are born with.
We invite you to visit us and see for yourself how happy and motivated the children are to learn and make progress at Meadowpark. Our Headteacher, Rajvinder Kular, will be delighted to personally show you around the facilities and introduce you to our staff.
Meadowpark School and Nursery is conveniently located in Cricklade in Wiltshire near the A419 between Swindon and Cirencester.
“The best things about Meadowpark are its wonderful staff, its commitment to a joyful but structured day, with time for sensible encouragement to learn, explore and experience.”
“I’d like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to you and all of your wonderful staff who have done so much more than ‘looking after’ my 2 precious children. Going back to work after having a baby is possibly one of the most emotional and distressing things a mother can do, but in my case it was made so much easier because I didn’t ever have to worry about the welfare of my babies. I was confident that they were loved and cherished every day at Meadowpark.”