Parents Voices in Wales have teamed up with ADHD Foundation who are currently working with agencies in Wales on all Neurodiversity. They have agreed to provide a webinar on school transition for parents and carers across Wales.

This is available to all families (all school years). Empowering parents/carers with strategies to prepare and support their children and young people by September, we are hoping to contribute to a smooth transition for everyone into the new normal.

To register for this free webinar see the details on flyer. 

Covid – 19
Information for our TRAC students, or anyone else who  is feeling particularly anxious at this time.

Samaritans – 116 123
Childline – 0800 1111
Papyrus – 0800 0684141
Mind – 0300 304 7000

As well as helplines and/or text/email support many of these websites have excellent self-care information and resources.  Also, Young Wrexham will be updating their site regularly so lots of support is still available for those that may need it still.

Below are some self care tips too:
Support 1
Support 2
Support 3

Year 11 Careers Wales support – If you wish to contact Careers Wales for any further advice please visit the Careers Wales website.

Students who wish to speak to the schools Careers Wales adviser can email or text on 07468 755892.

Spain Trip – May

All school trips abroad are now cancelled. This was a decision taken at National Government level.

It is, of course, my hope that all of our parents can be fully reimbursed. As soon as we have more information, I will contact all those concerned.

Mr Brant
Rhosnesni High School