St. Gwladys Bargoed Primary

The staff and governors of St Gwladys Primary School recognise the important role of Young Carers. We are happy to make a commitment to continue supporting our resilient, empathetic and resourceful young people who play a key role in our community.

Commitments

ABUHB School Nursing and Looked After Children`s Services are committed to identifying and supporting young carers in schools and community settings. We will ensure all our staff are trained to understand the challenges young carers face. We will have ...
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At Community Furniture Aid we continued to be aware of important role carers undertake every day. We will take every chance to promote this campaign that is close to our hearts
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Carers can be found in all walks of life and each is as important and valued as the next. We commit to always supporting carers, whatever the circumstance, but also to acknowledge and recognise the huge role they place in ...
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Carers are hugely important to the community we work within and our beneficiaries. We at Impetus Dance Community Interest Company will respond to carers with respect of their vital and important role. As an organisation, we are aware that some ...
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I recognise and value the role of unpaid carers within my community. I commit to raising awareness of carers, their rights and the support available to them. I commit to supporting my community to be Carer Friendly and will actively ...
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We recognise and appreciate that carers of all ages make a vital contribution within society. We continue to respect and value carers views, their experiences and expertise and to involve carers in the planning and delivery of our services. We ...
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We commit to being carer friendly, and working as a collaborative group to constantly improve support to carers at a practical level. As the group contains representation from all five Gwent local authorities, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and the ...
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The Dementia Friendly Communities project for Cardiff and the Vale commits to being Carer Friendly. It will achieve this by identifying unpaid carers as part of interactions with service users, volunteers and partners based within Cardiff and the Vale, signposting ...
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As an unpaid carer, I know how challenging caring for someone can be. I also know how rewarding it can be when you have the right support. Therefore, I commit to continue working to create Carer Friendly Communities. I also ...
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We recognise that caring is an important issue that affects our staff, clients and their family members. We also recognise that carers play a vital role within our communities. We commit to ensuring that all staff and clients’ families are ...
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