Meadiocres is the name chosen to be used by a group of former students who attended Ealing Mead County School in the 1960s. This website is intended as a social document dedicated to the memory of the school’s rather short existence during the 1960s and 1970s and as a point of contact for former students and teachers.
Ealing Mead County was conceived as part of the post-World War II schools reorganisation and building programme undertaken by the local education authority in the west London Borough of Ealing during the 1950s and 1960s. It opened in September 1962.
Despite the school suffering from an incredibly short lived physical superstructure and a somewhat experimental academic programme, Ealing Mead County’s diverse array of pupils inducted from all over the large borough have, for the most part, survived the experience and gone on to take up a wide assortment of roles in society.