As your child journeys through life at Milford Haven School it is helpful to know the different members of staff you can talk to should you or your child require support in school. We have listed these staff profiles below for your information. At the bottom of the page you can also find some useful numbers should you need to seek support within the local community.
General enquiries should go to our Reception team on 01646 690021 or email@example.com. Our friendly Reception staff will point you in the direction of your child’s House Tutor or Class Teacher depending on the support you need.
During their time at Milford Haven School your child will be allocated into one of the four houses. Your child’s Head of House is on hand to support them and you through their educational journey. If you have any cause for concern regarding your child you are welcome to contact their Head of House via email.
For information about our House system please follow the link: https://milfordhavenschool.co.uk/houses/
Mr C Davies
Mrs C Wilcox
Miss L Griffiths
Mrs B Murray
Pupils are able to access school counsellors if they feel that they require this support. There are a few ways in which pupils can be referred for counselling. Staff can refer them, pupils can refer themselves or parents can refer their children. If you think you need to refer your child for counselling please use the button to the right to access the form.
Please see below a list of organisations and useful links that can be accessed for support and guidance.
The Pembrokeshire Families Support Network is the NEW single point of access for parenting support in Pembrokeshire. It provides the opportunity for our family support teams, along with local voluntary and community sector groups, to work together to support families and help them thrive.
Offering support to families who need financial support and advice. Citizens Advice Pembrokeshire has worked with families for many years, and as part of this new project we continue to offer specialist support with things such as:
We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
At The Hygiene Bank, we believe it is not right that feeling clean should be a luxury or a privilege for anyone in our society, yet many are living in poverty and cannot afford to stay clean. That is why our network of projects exists – to give people access to the basics they need.
We are a grassroots, people-powered charity and social movement, grounded in community. Our passion stems from the injustice that people may be unable to fully participate in society due to hygiene poverty. This is why we work to inspire social change.
Hygiene poverty is not being able to afford many of the everyday hygiene and personal grooming products most of us take for granted. The reality of low income is that it restricts people’s options, leaving us caught between being able to heat our homes, pay the rent, eat or be clean.
Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS) is the County Voluntary Council for Pembrokeshire supporting the third sector in Pembrokeshire (third sector is the term used to encompass the range of voluntary and community organisations, registered charities and associations, community groups, self-help groups, social enterprises, mutuals and co-operatives).