I am delighted to welcome you to Kibworth Mead Academy, part of The Mead Educational Trust (TMET).

As the Principal of Kibworth Mead, my vision is that our school is a place where everyone feels welcome, and everyone succeeds. Our school is a place where all students receive the opportunities to be successful, confident and responsible young people equipped with academic qualifications as well as the personal and social skills to enable them to make a positive difference to their community and the wider world.

To achieve our goals we have three core values:

  1. Work Hard – We promote resilience, positivity and determination so our students learn that success needs hard work, effort and they develop the strength to persevere.
  2. Be Kind– We aim to develop respectful, tolerant students who are kind to everyone.
  3. Be Proud – We aim to develop a sense of pride in our students. A pride in their achievements, conduct and most importantly themselves.

We take pride in our challenging and well-designed curriculum which seeks to give all our students access to a broad, rich and deep education. The EBacc suite of subjects (English, maths, science, a modern foreign language, history / geography) take centre stage in the curriculum enhanced by a wider offer in the arts and sports. This is complemented by the curriculum provision, both inside and outside the classroom, aimed at the wider development of our students.

The size of Kibworth Mead enables us to really know our students academically and socially. If a student does require support with their learning, then our dedicated team will support and help your child progress. Likewise, if a student is academically talented we will encourage and challenge them to excel.

It is a great privilege to be entrusted to educate another person’s child. Due to this we will continue to work hard to improve our school, so that everyone succeeds and together we make a positive difference. Since joining TMET real improvements have been seen in our school, something we take pride in and would welcome you to see in person.

Thank you for your interest in our school. We would be delighted to welcome you to visit to see us ‘in action’, so if you want to arrange a visit or have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Steve Piggot

Steve Piggot, Principal