Being a parent is hard. Part of supporting our learners is supporting the whole family unit. If things are difficult, be open with us, and we will do our best to direct you to help. See below for a summary of support available to you.
Ceredigion family support services
On the Ceredigion Council website there is information about services available to support families. Family Support Services - Ceredigion County Council
Parents can refer themselves to these services for help and support. It is possible that the school will refer you to some of these services if they are relevant to your child's needs.
Up to the age of 5, the health visitor service remains open to you. If you have any concerns about your child's development, you should speak to your health visitor. Before starting at the school, it would be appreciated if you could discuss any concerns you have relating to speech ang language development, as well as toileting needs with your health visitor.
Health Visitor - Hywel Dda University Health Board (nhs.wales)
The school collaborates with the school nurse service to support the medical needs of pupils while they are learners at the school.
Hywel Dda University Health Board School Nursing Service (Ceredigion) (wales.nhs.uk)
Head to the federation's website. In the forms section you will see information about applying for free school meals, support financial with school uniform, and financial support with travel if relevant.
General information about financial support towards childcare can be found here.It is also possible to apply for financial support towards childcare during school holidays: Childcare - Ceredigion County Council
Here is a list of useful websites to support the mental health of parents.
Mental health and parenting | NSPCC
Parenting Mental Health - Supporting Parents, Supporting Children
Parenting and mental health - Mind
Volunteering can be beneficial for mental health. See the federation's website for information about volunteering at the school. Here are other ways to volunteer too:
Getting Involved - Ceredigion County Council