The Cedar School

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Please check here for September 2020 information. 

For any queries please contact        


      School Dinners

Click here for the City Catering web page, including school dinner menus etc.

Our wonderful kitchen team Nicky, Kim and Sarah in partnership with City Catering ensure the food  served at the school is nutritious, healthy and 'appropriate' for the wide range of needs of our children/Young people across the school.

Lunch is served in 2 sittings:

11.50 – 12.30 – Primary Department and 12.30 – 1pm for the Secondary Department.

We pride ourselves on how we can meet the individual feeding requirements of our children and their many different, wonderful ways.

We do this by developing a close-knit, skilled lunchtime team who are also supported by the Class Support team to ensure lunchtimes are a key part of the school day.      The lunchtime team have all received, specific 'feeding training' from the school's Speech and Language Therapist (SALT) who also helps monitor individual feeding plans and our day to day practice, alongside our key lunchtime lead Karen Collins.

City Catering are a Southampton based, not for profit trust who have a strong reputation of delivering high quality, nutritious meals to ensure children are healthy, happy and 'full' so they can therefore focus upon their learning in school.

School meals currently cost £2.22 a day £11.10 a week.                                                   We will obviously inform you of any changes to this through ‘The Cedar Chat’ 

Finally, please note that all children in our Nursery and Y1 and Y2 will receive a free school meal as part of the National campaign.

Should you believe your child qualifies for a Free School meal please contact Karen Booth at  or on 023 8073 4205. where your request will be dealt with sensitively.

Please click on the City Catering link to see more of their work and to look through the menu options in school and their dietary and nutritional qualities.


Article 24 of the UNICEF convention of the rights of the child

Every child has the right to the best possible health.

Governments must provide good quality health care, clean water, nutritious food and a clean environment so that children can stay healthy. Richer countries must help poorer countries achieve this. 

Article 6 of the UNICEF convention of the rights of the child

Every child has the right to life.

Governments must do all they can to ensure that children survive and grow up healthy.