Pudsey Cluster is a collaboration of support services who work in partnership with children, young people, families and other professionals. We aim to provide families with a range of accessible support services and activities to meet their needs.
We recognise that every family is unique and aim to provide the right support at the right time to allow change to happen, progress and last.
We do this by:
- Listening to concerns and needs
- Identifying strengths to build on
- Supporting positive change
- Helping children and young people to reach their goals and achieve their potential
- Offering support and advice to organisations that work with families
The Pudsey Cluster covers a vast area from the Bramley border to Calverley and into Tyersal. Priesthorpe is 1 of 3 secondary schools covered by the cluster, as well as 15 primary schools and 3 Children’s Centres.
For more information about the work of the cluster, or how we can help you or your child, please contact school and ask to speak to the Pudsey Cluster Team. Alternatively you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through the mechanism of the Pudsey Cluster a wide range of holiday programmes are available for young people in the area. A What’s On Guide is produced every term and distributed to every young person in the area. You can also find out what is available by contacting Rosaline Morley or Kirsty Longfellow, at email@example.com
Priesthorpe also often has additional holiday programmes running at these times. Regular activities include Leeds United Soccer Camps, Leeds Rhino’s Activity Camps and Dance Camps as well as a Year6/7 Transition Camp in the summer holidays. Details of these are distributed to interested students as well as being advertised on the website.