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Non-teaching Staff

There are many non-teaching staff at Meadows School who support both students and teaching staff. Non-teaching staff roles include residential project workers, the day pupil team and kitchen staff.

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Residential Project Workers

Residential Project Workers are based in our units and work with young people in residence at Meadows.

Each young person in residence has a named key worker who works on a one-to-one basis with them. The residential project workers liaise with parents and carers, Local Authorities and Social Services, Youth Offending Team (YOT) workers, Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHs) services locally and in the young person's home areas.

The residential team at Meadows improves the social and emotional well-being of our young people which consequently enables them to access a fuller and broader curriculum and thus provides them with more options once they leave school.

Day Pupil Team

The day pupils are supported by the Day Pupil Team who provide them with pastoral support, work in close partnership with parents and carers and carry out similar functions to the Residential Project Workers. In addition they maintian links with CXK (Careers Advisors), local employers to arrange work experience, and other relevant agencies.

Other non-teaching staff roles

The kitchen team provide all students with a choice of dinners daily

The maintenance team are responsible for for the upkeep of the buildings and grounds

The domestic team keep the school and residential units cleaned and maintained

The administration team ensure all relevant documentation and communication are processed, help organise events and support staff on a day-to-day basis.