On Friday March 27th while working as a clerical officer in the endoscopy department Lyndsey felt unwell with a headache. Lyndsey thought it was a stress headache as she was very busy in work so went on with her day.
The Council has issued some important advice to parents and carers about ensuring their children are staying safe online – as young people are more likely to be spending time using the Internet during the lockdown period.
The Council’s Youth Engagement and Participation Service (YEPS) continues to expand its daily activity and support for young people – from virtual youth clubs to Zoom challenges, Instant Messaging sessions and online activities.
Today marks one year since I published the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Royal College of Midwives joint report, following their review of maternity services at the former Cwm Taf University Health Board.
St John Baptist High School aims to provide for all pupils a full and balanced range of educational opportunities, which recognises their value as individuals and which will help to provide a preparation for adult life.
Dr Susan Mitchell - Headteacher