The school enjoys a close relationship with the church. Many school celebrations and services are held in the church, including the nativity, easter and remembrance services as well as the leavers assembly.

Click HERE to find out more about the church.

Pew News

Take a look at the latest church newsletter HERE

Harvest Festival

Each year we hold our Harvest Festival in the church.  Everyone is welcome and children bring food into the school.  The following day the children in Years 4,5 and 6 take a walk around the village to distribute the food to our valued Senior Citizens in the village.  In 2020 we held a small festival in the church but we were unable to meet our Senior Citizens.  Our amazing village shop volunteered to distribute the food to them when they visited.

Have a look at the wonderful photos from our 2021 festival here

West Meon Remembered

We are proud of our links to the village and it's long history.  Mr  Ronald Stone lived in the village from his birth until 1967. His family were proprietors of The New Inn (now The Thomas Lord) since 1897.  He still has fond memories of the village and has written a book about his memories.  He has donated photos of the village to the school including photos of the old railway line which is now part of our Nature Station.  Take a look at them HERE.

The West Meon Poppy Trail.

 During 2014 our village remembered the men who sacrificed their lives during WW1.

Our school was very proud to be part of this and the children from the School Council helped to design a plaque which was placed on each of their houses.  Click here for the Poppy Trail Map

West Meon School 1914

 This photo was taken in 1914.    Do you know anyone in this photo?  Is there a relative here?  Please let us know. There is a larger version here with a list of names

The West Meon Nature Station

 We are very proud of our Nature Station located by the old railway line in the village. The children visit this on a regular basis whatever the weather as part of our Outdoor Learning.  Take a look at the Nature Station page here