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The school ethos

Personal, spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is at the heart of a school's success (Ofsted 2015)

We set high standards, and at all times we treat the learners as individuals and do what is best for them. From the outside, some of them look like volatile and unsettled young people, but on the inside they are fragile and need constant and consistent support. We show them how to build healthy relationships; we teach mindfullness and respect, which helps them to develop the academic and personal skills, and confidence, that will enable them to become responsible adults who will get to college, find jobs, and have fulfilling relationships.


Cedar Centre policies are reviewed on a regular basis by the CDP Federation governing body. CDP Federation policies and Cedar Centre School policies are listed below.

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