Parents views- how schools support children’s emotional health in Pembrokeshire
‘There are many internal and external factors that can affect your child’s emotional health and wellbeing. As schools across Pembrokeshire, and the Local Authority, we are embedding our plan for a ‘Whole School Approach’ to emotional health and wellbeing, that will help children and young people to thrive. We would like to know what parents view as important factors that support positive wellbeing for learners in Pembrokeshire schools.
We value your views as we do this, and we will use these views both to inform and shape the Whole School Approach, and to understand how we can be most effective in offering this support. This survey has 12 questions and will usually take under 10 minutes for you to answer. ‘
Please see the message below from the Welsh Blood Service
‘It’s been another challenging start to the year for us all as the Omicron strain rises to a peak….we’re doing all we can to protect our blood stock levels and to get as many donation sessions in your area fully booked as we’re anticipating lots of short notice cancellations as people have to isolate. It is vital that we maintain healthy blood stocks to support patients in need and to meet the demand from the 20 Welsh hospitals that we supply.’
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Please see below the link for establishing an LRC at Greenhill School for your information.
This afternoon we presented Mr Harries with his leaving gifts. He was over the moon with his AFC Wimbledon shirt and put it on as soon as the presentation was over. He also received Vincent Davies vouchers to spend at his will.
Pictured are Mr Paul Harries with Laura and Joy representing the Friends of Stepaside School.
Mr Harries was presented with a Christmas tree to plant at home whilst the school was presented with a tree to plant on the school site. These trees are a sustainable reminder of the time Mr Harries spent at the school helping our pupils to grow and flourish.