Cyfle

Message from Mr Stuart Thomas, Assistant Head and Designated Safeguarding Person (DSP)

“Communication technology has undoubtedly helped us to manage and cope during these challenging times. However, even with these tools at our disposal the need for support and assurance is now greater than ever”

Meet the Team

Lindsey Williams

Lindsey Williams

Pastoral Support Officer
Laura Bell

Laura Bell

Pastoral Support Officer
Suzanne Garton

Suzanne Garton

Pastoral Support Officer

Information for Pupils and Parents

Cyfle support: January Lockdown, 2021

 

Managing your well-being

We once again find ourselves working remotely at home and it is vitally important that we take time to consider the emotional, mental and physical well-being of ourselves and others.

 

Who is there to support me?

Even though we can’t meet face-to-face we are still available to support you. If you are experiencing challenges and difficulties other than general academic issues then please contact us at: cyfle@brodinefwr.org.uk

The hardest steps are often the first when it comes to seeking support but please rest assured that any issues will be addressed in a confidential and sensitive manner.

 

School Based Counselling Services

Area 43 Counselling Service will continue to support students remotely during the current Lockdown conditions. If you feel that you would benefit from their services then please follow the link for an online referral:

https://www.area43.co.uk/here-for-you/

Please note that there is excellent signposting to other agencies on the above link.

 

School Based Youth Worker

https://fis.carmarthenshire.gov.wales/families-first/youth-support-workers/

Youth Support Service

Youth Support Workers help vulnerable young people aged 10 – 18 to build resilience and develop the skills they need to live, learn and achieve.

Based at Secondary Schools throughout Carmarthenshire, Youth Support Workers offer support around behaviour, relationships, peer pressure, health and education to enable young people to take greater control of their lives and make more informed choices.

Contact the service through your school or tel: 01554 744322

 

 

Post 16 Youth Workers

Post 16 Youth Workers support young people aged 18-25 years and their families, to help make sure they reach their potential.

They promote education, employment, training and volunteering opportunities for young people and will work with them around relationships, income, housing and their emotional health and well- being.

Contact the service on 01554 744322