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From Hema’s 1st article email

Where can you go on Mill Road for a Pizza if you want to have a meal with young children, children with special educational needs and or disabilities or a gluten free vegan pizza somewhere quiet and friendly? I would suggest Tradizioni on Mill Road I think is amazing! 

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I hope you are thinking prove it! I think you need to meet Andrea and Tristan.

Andrea? Tristran?
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Andrea? Tristran?
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They lead a fantastic team of staff who will make your meal perfect. You can ask them for your pizza or pasta to be changed or made gluten free or vegan and they will be able to make helpful suggestions. As they close at ten this means you can grab something to eat early evening when it is quiet. This is a lovely place to go when you need some tlc, wine and good food with friendly people who are inclusive naturally. I love going to eat there with my children early in the evening where their every demand is met by the lovely staff. Our favorite thing to eat is the antipasto as the staff remember I don’t eat pork, one child doesn’t eat blue cheese and one will only eat garlic flavoured salami. 

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Pudding is really easy to choose from, the Salame al Cioccolato, nutella pizza and tiramisu all for me! As this was going to press the new restaurant opened at the Sorrento Hotel on Cherry Hinton Road. All we can say is that the food was yum and I suggest you try it for yourself. 

From Hema’s 2nd article email

I have had the pleasure of walking around Mill Road and its side streets to see lots posters drawn by Children encouraging people to think about pollution and climate change. One of the topics year 5 children have been learning about in school this year has been palm oil. I asked one of my students what she learnt about palm oil and the image shows the amazing work she did in explaining this to me.

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Zoe made this information leaflet and also explained how many products contain palm oil, how to check that these products have sustainable palm oil. Zoe then went to explain how making palm oil is leading to deforestation in Sumatra which is not only destroying the habitat for the Orangutans but adding to the problem of climate change. 

Hema Tasker, SEND and STEM specialist educational consultant