The Cedar School

The Cedar School

Latest News

Our Christmas Fair is on Saturday 23rd November and we would love to see you there. All the normal glitter and 'razzle and dazzle' will be there so it will be a good opportunity to have some fun, meet some people and buy Mr Howells a present!

We are also taking orders for our personalised Christmas cards taken from the (Literally delightful) designs of our children. Please contact the main office, the fund raising Committee or Jilly Fordham who has done an amazing job coordinating things.

Home School Agreement

‘Partners in Learning’

Each child has an entitlement to the highest quality of education.

We will therefore offer enriching opportunities to help your child develop and grow and to learn the skills they will need when they leave the school.

Learning at The Cedar School should be appropriate, fun and stimulating, well planned and delivered expertly.

To support this aim we hope to encourage a positive supportive partnership between home and school to ensure your child’s academic and holistic success.

The school will:

  • Keep your child safe and promote his/her well being
  • Promote high standards of work and behaviour, providing clear guidelines for parents, carers and pupils
  • Listen to children and show them respect
  • Provide learning activities and experiences during the school day that will challenge and excite and ensure positive learning progress
  • Balance academic success with opportunities to achieve in sports, the Arts and learning within the community
  • Help to ensure the decisions you and your child make about the future are well judged making the most of his/her skills and interests
  • Keep you well informed about school matters, in particular your child’s progress
  • Assist you to help your child make the best of his/her time in school

Be open and welcoming and offer you opportunities to become involved in the life of the school

Signature: _____________________Headteacher: _________________ Date: __________________

The pupil will:

  • Attend school regularly
  • Try to make the most of the learning opportunities presented to them
  • Be involved in their own learning to the best of their ability
  • Keep to the school’s safety and behaviour guidelines
  • Bring to school appropriate equipment they will need g. Swimming costume/towel, cooking ingredients
  • Be tidy and clean in appearance wearing school uniform (as appropriate)
  • Do all of their class work and home work as well as they can
  • Tell an adult if anything is worrying them about school
  • Be polite and considerate to staff and pupils in and out of lessons, on the journey to/from school and on visits when representing the school
  • Respect the property of the school and other students
  • Look after their school and be proud about attending The Cedar School

The parent/carer will:

  • Ensure my child attends school regularly, on time, properly dressed and equipped
  • Make the school aware of any medical conditions, concerns or problems which may affect my child
  • Take responsibility to find out more about the school and the routines and practices of Cedar, should you require help
  • Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour
  • Attend my child’s educational review meetings including target setting days and communicate with the staff team with any learning thoughts
  • Get to know about the life of the school and the range of learning opportunities offered to my child
  • Support my child in home learning and other opportunities for learning outside of school

Signature: ________________ Parent/Carer: _____________________ Date: ___________________

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

The school is a Rights and Respecting School and has been awarded the UNICEF Recognition of Commitment Award (ROC).

Article 5: Governments must respect the rights and responsibilities of parents to guide and advise their child so that, as they grow, they learn to apply their rights properly.

Article 18: Both parents share responsibility for bringing up their child and should always consider what is best for the child. Governments must help parents by providing services to support them, especially if the child’s parents work.