Community Links is an award winning non-profit provider of mental health and wellbeing services in Yorkshire and the Humber. We offer support for people with a wide range of mental health issues including anxiety and depression, psychosis, alcohol and substance misuse and personality disorder.
We work in partnership with parents and carers, and with the wider community, to prepare our pupils for their future lives. The value of social and personal development is recognised as an integral part of our school values. Our young people deserve the very best and we aim for The Link Secondary School to provide excellence in all areas to meet this. Mr John Reilly - Principal. Achievement.
In 2012, we celebrated our 50 th anniversary and to commemorate this, a special book was published. The book was a tribute to the people who established Link in September 1962. The book outlines their vision and shows how this has developed to such an extent, more than 50 years later, Link is nationally recognised for the quality of the services we provide and has grown into one of the most.
Harvest donations to Loaves and Fishes and senior citizens in the community; Health talks from the dental service and other health professionals; Fire safety visits for Key Stage 2 children and visits to Oldbury fire station; Parents coming into school to share their knowledge with the children to enhance their learning in topic work. Mosaic work produced with the help of a local art group.
We have more than 50 years of experience of providing homes that are both high quality and affordable.
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Community links. We value our links with the community, from local to international. Charlbury Pre-School and Local Nurseries. We have a close working relationship with Charlbury Pre-School and both the other local nurseries. Charlbury Community Centre. The Charlbury Community Centre is a great facility to have within Charlbury and we strive to make as much use as practically possible of this.
Community Links. At Saint Patrick’s Catholic Primary School we believe that community links are essential in the growth, development and wellbeing of all our pupils. Links with our local community help us to build relationships with groups and individuals who will provide positive role models for our children whether within the world of work, spiritual and moral development or everyday.