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Welfare And Religion 2017-09-19T10:06:16+00:00
  • “Students are given outstanding support to fulfil their learning needs and personal goals and as a result make excellent progress against their starting point” Read our full ISI Inspection report 
  • “The support and advice given to all students by the staff is inclusive and thorough… The school places strong emphasis on carefully inducting students to life in the school and beyond… The staff have good knowledge of the local community and area and are able to help the students with a wide range of issues, many well beyond normal welfare queries” Read our full 2017 British Council report

You are an individual (individual = the idea that everyone is different).

All of our students have different academic needs and different welfare needs (welfare = feeling happy, healthy and safe).

We treat our students as individuals when supporting them with both of these needs.

Welfare & Support – Feeling Happy, Healthy and Safe

We are family

“Students commented very positively about the helpfulness and friendliness of the staff. This was also confirmed by data noted in online student surveys. Part of the school’s mission is particularly to focus on the needs of the individual student and there was clear evidence that this was taking place. The experience and commitment of the administrative team provide the necessary flexibility to handle the volume of work very effectively and an updated database has increased efficiency overall.” Read our full 2017 British Council report

Everybody knows each other at Leeds English and we will often be asking you how you are and if you need help. Through surveys, forums and inspections, our students often say that the school is like a family. If you seem sad, tired, or not like yourself, someone will notice.  If you do not come to school, we will ring you to check you are okay.

 

Leeds English Language school Students Enjoying The Sun
Leeds English Language School Student Thanking Their Teacher
Leeds English Language School Students Having Fun
Leeds English Language School Students Having Fun At Xmas
Leeds English Language School Students Enjoying A Cuddlel

How are You?

After 1 week of studying, all students must give Susan the completed “How are You?” form that we give you on your first day. It has these questions:

How do you feel in Leeds? How is your accommodation? Do you feel safe? Would you like to talk to somebody privately? Have you had any problems? Can we help you with anything? Where would you like to go on trips?

This helps us know how things are when you arrive. The How are You forms are always in the common room and we like having regular updates from students. Please don’t worry about anything – we will always help you.

 

Your Support Staff

Anybody in the office will help you if you ask. Also, each student has a designated member of the support staff team who can help them. Click here to find out who your support staff member is. This is just intended as a guide. If there is somebody in the office that you feel more comfortable talking to, you can of course choose your own first point of contact.

 

Counselling Services in Leeds

Sometimes you may wish to talk to another person (not a family member or staff) who is trained to listen to you about personal problems. Have a look at our website to get more information on counselling organisations in Leeds. For more information, and to organise a meeting with a counsellor, click here: http://www.northpoint.org.uk/

Religion

The school has a multi-faith prayer room facility for all students to use during break times and lunch times. Leeds is a large multi-cultural city with a wide range of places of worship. If you need to help to find the most appropriate place to worship, the student services team can help you find a suitable option.

If you prefer to look yourself, here is a list of places of worship in Leeds on Wikipedia, please follow the link below:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_places_of_worship_in_the_City_of_Leeds

 

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