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The Morley, Ardsley and Tingley Cluster team work with schools and partners to provide targeted all year round support to children, young people and families who attend schools in Morley, Gildersome, Drighlington, Churwell, Tingley and East Ardsley.

The team is based at The Lodge on the site of Bruntcliffe Academy in Morley. The services provided by the cluster include Family Support, Counselling for children and adults and Emotional Health and Wellbeing. Some of this support can be offered either at home, at school or in a community setting. The cluster works closely with other agencies such as Children’s Social Care, Housing, Police and Children’s Centres thus offering a wide range of support mechanisms to suit the needs of the people we work with.

The cluster family support officers deliver daytime and evening parenting courses for parents and carers with children aged 5-15.  For more information on the parenting course we offer and when the next course is due to begin, please click here. 

We provide access to targeted school holiday activities for children, young people and families and work closely with private providers and the Youth Service team to offer a menu of out of school activities for children in our community. For information on holiday activities, click here. The site is often updated with details of upcoming community events - go to 'What's on' in the Activities section.



Leeds Children's Mayor Elections 2016

Voting has begun to elect the next Children's Mayor of Leeds! 2 of the 12 shortlisted candidates attend schools in the Morley Cluster. If you would like to show your support for them or any of the other candidates, click here to access the Breeze 'have your say' page.

Any child or young person up to the age of 18 (or the age of 25 if you have additional needs) is eligible to vote. Voting will close at 5pm on Friday 4th November.

Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing Services

Common Room and YouthWatch Leeds are currently consulting with children and young people, families and professionals across Leeds on their experience of using or referring into mental health and wellbeing services in the city (on behalf of Leeds CCG South and East). If you are a young person aged 11 - 25 or your child is currently seeing, or recently finished seeing (in the last two months) professionals to help with mental health and wellbeing in Leeds, we want to hear about your experiences. The survey shouldn't take more than 5 minutes, and if you complete it you can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win a £20 high street gift voucher.

Please click on the appropriate link below to complete the survey. The form can then either be posted back to the address provided or sent to Victoria Hayden at the email address above.

Parent Survey                         Young Person Survey