Please refer to the Accessibility Plan attached below which details the processes and policy to ensure that all pupils and visitors have full access to our building and where relevant, curriculum.
Below the plan are some further useful information for visitors to the school.
Disability and access guide for Meadlands
Meadlands welcomes all visitors and we aim to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable experience during their time here, by providing the best possible access throughout the school and our Outdoor Learning Environment. Here are some tips about travelling to our school and getting around and making the most of your visit when you arrive.
We want you to enjoy your visit to Meadlands. If there is anything we can do to help with information before your visit, please call us on 0208 940 9207 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting here by public transport
Richmond station is served by National Rail and there is a lift to street level and level access to the pavement from the station concourse. The bus stop for the local bus route which travels in the direction of Meadlands, 371, in the direction of Kingston, is on the same side of the street as the station. The bus stops near to school at Mariner Gardens.
Parking at Meadlands
We have one disabled car parking space and we are more than happy to reserve you additional spaces if this is something that you need. Please note parking on the streets adjacent to school is also free.
Getting around Meadlands
Meadlands is largely accessible to wheelchair users, with flat or ramped floor access into the building. The outdoor areas are largely flat with tarmac paths in most places.
There is an accessible toilet facility just off the central corridor in the school, about halfway between our Year 3 Owls and Year 4 Parakeets classrooms.
Our school hall, where lunch is served, is fully accessible.