The Cedar School

The Cedar School

Latest News

What a fantastic SPORTS DAY we had (and the sun shone!) - Thank you all for your wonderful support

Have a wonderful half term too - We are 'back in business' for the Summer Term on Monday 3rd June

Congratulations go to Sarah Kitcher who now represents our families, along with Tor Price as your Parent/Carer Governor

Finally, please also be aware that the consultation period in relation to the Review around SEND provision in the City is approaching. There is a really useful summary report of the SEND findings in the City at www.southampton.gov.uk/localoffer . It is a really important issue and therefore, it would be massively appreciated if you could get involved with the consultation and put your views across, once the proposals are available and fully formed.

 

School Dinners

City Catering - School dinners

Our wonderful school cook Nicky in association with City Catering ensures all food served at the school is appropriate for the range of needs of our children.

Lunch is served in 2 sittings:

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

Lunches are served in the main school hall and the school prides itself on how we meet the individual feeding requirements of our children. We employ a large skilled and experienced lunchtime team who are also supported by Classroom Support Assistants and routinely through the schools Speech and Language Therapists.

City Catering coordinate, prepare and serve the meals within the school.

City Catering are a locally based, not for profit trust who aim to offer quality and nutritious meals to support children to be healthy and focused upon their learning in schools.

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’ 

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 should qualify for a Free School meal please contact Karen Booth at karenbooth@cedarschool.co.uk  or on 023 8073 4205.

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.

City Catering Menu

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.