Welcome to Cedars Academy! Below you’ll find some important information regarding your child’s transition to Year 7.
Mrs Sanchez, Executive Principal - Video
Mrs Dhameja, Vice Principal- Video
Miss Bunney, Lead Senco - Video
Mrs Davies our Head of Transition - Video
Mrs Farrell, Student Manager - Video
Mr Khan, Head of Year 7 - Video
Mrs Bish, Form Tutor- Video
Mr Clemett, Form Tutor- Video
Mrs Cragg, Form Tutor - Video
Mr Hill, Form Tutor - Video
Mr Foreman, Form Tutor- Video
Our Assistant Principal, Mrs Knaggs, wants to show you around our school! You can watch the tour video here.
We use Nigel Jackson Buses to transport your child to school. You can find information on bus times and prices here.
If your child is currently entitled to Pupil Premium funding, please contact Craig Patterson on firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm that your child is registered to continue to receive this funding at the Cedars Academy. You can find out more about Pupil Premium at the Cedars Academy here.
Our transition pack aims to help students feel a little more comfortable and excited about starting their journey with us in August; it includes some tasks to work through with parents/carers, and some key information about transition at the beginning of the academic year. It will also give students the opportunity to start their ‘Hero’s Journey’, using the tools developed at Primary School.
To view our transition pack, click here.
Our Vice Principal, Mr Rolfe, wants to introduce you to STEPS, SLANT and SHAPE at the Cedars Academy. You can watch our video here.
Our Vice Principal, Mr Rolfe, wants to talk a little about poetry. You can watch our video here.
We hope to invite parents/carers to come and experience life as a true Cedars student, alongside your child. Parents/carers will get the opportunity to attend an assembly, try school meals and complete a range of exciting mini lessons to get a sense of the exciting times that await your child when they join us in Year 7.
The Speckled Band
The Speckled Band work does contain more grown up themes of death and the supernatural.
19th Century Context
Children may wish to complete this set of lessons before moving onto The Speckled Band.
Mrs. Sanchez, Mrs. Bish and Mrs Shaw are excited to tell you about a new opportunity available for you to join within the Lionheart Academies Trust!
Our very first "Sing your heart out" Virtual choir!
It will be a bit of fun to unite us in song and lift our spirits!
If you want to get involved, and you are ready to "Sing your heart out!" You will need to do the following:
Step 1: Learn the chosen song for your year group!
Year 6: Just Sing!
Year 7: Just Sing!
Step 2: Record just your voice (have the provided backing track playing in your headphones and then sing into any device that can record video;
Step 3: Send your video as a one drive attachment to the following address:
By Friday June 26th
We will then work some magic and combine everyone’s recording into a music video to share across the trust.
Please note: Signing up for this means that you have given permission for this to be used amongst the trust and on the website.
We look forward to seeing some amazing performances soon!
Please click here to view.