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From: Singh, Anisa Sent: 05 April 2022 16:33 Subject: Join South London and Maudsley’s – Strategy event Tues 26 April 6-8pm
Invitation to join us at: Aiming High: Changing Lives – Strategy Even Six months on: What we have done and what comes next
Following over 1,700 interactions with staff, service users, carers, partners, families and community organisations – we launched our new Trust strategy ‘Aiming High; Changing Lives, 2021-2026’.
We made a commitment to hold regular six-monthly events led by the Chair and Chief Executive, this is to continue talking and acting on how we are making progress to achieve our five Strategic Ambitions:
Building a culture of trust together
Outstanding mental health care
A catalyst for change
Partner in prevention
Towards an effective and sustainable organisation
At this first event we will:
Share progress on the strategy since its launch in September 2021
Continue to co-produce the qualitative (personal experience) measures for the Trust Strategy, to monitor its success
Share ways to get involved in reviewing and setting Trust priorities for 2023-2024
Have a question and answer session on the strategy with our panel
Date: Tuesday 26 April 2022 Time: 6pm – 8pm Location: Online via Microsoft Teams Register: via Eventbrite here Once registered, the event link will be emailed to you.
Do share this information through your networks and we look forward to welcoming you on the day!
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Anisa Singh Engagement Support Officer – Planning and Equality Team South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust Trust Headquarters | Maudsley Hospital | Denmark Hill | London | SE5 8AZ Mobile: 07712390747
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust provides the widest range of NHS mental health services in the UK. We work closely with the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. We are supported by Maudsley Charity. We are part of King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre.
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4 April 2022 Charlemont Jeans Fiasco Valdin Legister
Mervelee Myers Mother of Vice Principal Valdin Legister Reviews This Exclusive
Jeans Day Fuss – Charlemont Denies Sending Home Students Wearing Ripped Jeans
April 1, 20220 Comments Students locked outside the school for wearing ripped jeans, but vice principal Valdin Legister said they eventually were allowed inside A guardian set off a firestorm, claiming that her cousin was sent home for wearing the ripped jeans pictured above
Students locked outside the school for wearing ripped jeans, but vice principal Valdin Legister said they eventually were allowed inside
A guardian set off a firestorm, claiming that her cousin was sent home for wearing the ripped jeans pictured above
A guardian set off a firestorm, claiming that her cousin was sent home for wearing the ripped jeans pictured above
Amid outrage, the leadership of Charlemont High School in Linstead, St Catherine, is denying claims that students were sent home today because they wore ripped jeans to the institution during the hosting of what is known as Jersey Day.
Being the Mother of Vice Principal Valdin Legister and how Allegations Ruined my Career
As part of the event, students were allowed to wear either their uniform or certain casual outfits such as jeans.
Valdin Legister, vice principal, told The Beacon that the school had made it clear that ripped jeans would not be allowed. It makes no difference whether the rip reveals the students’ skin, he added.
As the mother of Valdin Legister the child I leave at Townhead Primary School to come to the UK to make use of the opportunities I want to use this to give an insight into my ordeals of discrimination after the death of my mother with dementia. I have to ask the question why my families and friend handed me over to those involved in making me a CRIMINAL needing Emotional Regulation Treatment with my online profile as an INFLUENCER. Before the HMCTS and CPS and CJS decided to protect LEYF with the ABUSE REVIEWS online. Now GOOGLE joined in to make https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site a voiceless, vulnerable victim of Richard Harty of the www.uel.ac.uk Men in Childcare. I discovered he is responsible for the “A Voice of a Child” research project I carried out for LEYF CEO June O’Sullivan in August 2010.
“Strict instruction was given that they should not wear ripped jeans; this was communicated in writing, and it was announced over the PA system,” Legister asserted. “We are trying to maintain a standard at Charlemont and so we can’t just accept anything. We are trying to lift the standard… It’s a choice. If students decide to go with the Jersey Day activity, they go in the proper gear. If they don’t have the proper gear, they wear their uniform.”
Legister added that he is not aware of any student being sent home due to the wearing of ripped jeans. “I can’t confirm that; I have no knowledge of that… A matter of fact, the students who even had on ripped jeans, after a while, I recorded their names, and they were allowed into the school.”
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Evaluation: All who digging pits for #MerveleeMyers will fall in them, one by one. Believe me as there is a living God I serve. Photo of my mother at the “Family Reunion” I planned in 2009. My story about the first miscarriages of justice after the death of my brother with colon cancer is documented. Why am I the one who is misunderstood, and my families and friends join in to make me a victim needing ERT after Mama Lou died?
My brother died age 37+ years old in prison and he is better off than me since mum’s death because am a PRISONER struggling with my mental and physical health.
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I don’t believe in teaching Old Dogs new tricks & at my Solid Ole Age I am slowly turning into my Mama. So, I am sorry I can’t see any change coming in the Near Future! So, I wished to be accepted for the Person who I am & I will concede that I will put myself back in the Background if it makes every1 else thinks they have won the Battle or even the War? But leave me to Lick my Wounds in Solitude! When my Face is touching the ground the only 1 I have to rely on is my TOM, even thou he gets on my Nerves at the best of times! So why should I pretend that all is well when they are not?
A guardian set off a firestorm in an open claim that the school turned back her cousin because he wore a ripped jean. She posted a photo showing the child in the ripped jeans, noting that the skin was not exposed.
So I was lying in bed trying to find supn to watch on the tv. Switched over from the Gay Wedding & found West African churches with Adi Adepetan on Chanel 4. It was an excellent programme & gave sum stats about the number of Black churches on the Old Kent Road. Guess more to the Square Mile than in JA? Imagine these churches are right in my front/back yard! Guess it’s time for me to get out & go serve Jah Almighty Father GOD who has brought me this far in Life! I have the inspiring Lady from Westmoreland to motivate me indeed? I am a Social Climber & I guess it’s time I make the most of my Opps since no1 will do it for me!
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“Him pay him fare reach Charlemont School an dem turn him back… Mi hurt, Charlemont. Oonu fi duh better than that,” the guardian told a group of parents and teachers. “Mi know rules and everything, and me as a parent always goh by rule,” she noted.
Other parents also expressed outrage.
One of them said she did not see an issue with students wearing ripped jeans to the event if the rips are not revealing. She added that, if any bad had befallen the child allegedly sent home, the institution would be held responsible. In addition, the parent lamented that students who wore ripped jeans were left outside the school gate, exposed to the scorching sun for a protracted period.
SI was under the weather lying in bed on Tuesday when I had the chance to watch Horizon – Living with Autism by Professor Uta Frit. This programme was a real eye opener for me as it transported me back to the time I had my first encounter with getting an insight into autism. This was an article in the Nursery World which I kept to date. I have since gone on to do studies to enhance knowledge and expertise. I realised that because of lack of knowledge children with diverse and complex needs are not getting support via early intervention strategies. Growing up and struggling throughout life with what I call my Hidden Disability that is one of the primary reasons I am so passionate about inclusion. However, I have come to realised that my K/V/B have become like an Albatross around my Blinking Neck & more of a Hindrance to my well-being. Guess I will just have to Grin & Bear then?
The guardian, who claimed that her cousin was sent home, also said she was informed that some students who wore uniform were turned back from the school’s Jersey Day. When asked if that is so, the vice principal replied: “That’s not true.”
Was listening to the news about the death of Margo MacDonald & what she espoused re her Health Issues & Parkinson’s disease in particular! So now I can say my breda ASHTER was way above his times in certain of his K/V/B? He used to talk about putting Dad out of his suffering if it was left for him to decide! Back then I am sure he nor I did not know about Euthanasia, but what he had in mind was it! That’s why when Satan come up against Me. I know for sure God never give any1 more than they can bear?
So I have my Regular Dental Apps 2moro! Using the time to get some bizz sorted in the meantime? Can’t believe how fast the year is travelling! I am of the opinion not to Harm no1, & let no1 Harm I. But hell its Hard Wuck indeed! So let me find myself back in my Little Corner & Focus on ME, MYSELF & I! I will never be able to plz all the People, so let me try & plz ME! Very soon my Month will come in & I will be rid of supn dat keeping me DUNG! 2Judith Gordon and Marie Gooden-brown 1 Comment. 4 Shares
To all those Regular 4 who are always Poking! Ta 4 dem Pokes – U know Urselves & reminds me sumady still remember say me dey bout Bug Head, Angel Bringle, Annmarie Grant, Glenroy Turner! Am down but not out? XXX 3Judith Gordon and 2 others. 1 Comment. 4 Shares
Dawg a sweat but long hair cover it… Not becauz Moi doan chose fi wear har heart pon har sleeves doan mean Everyting a come up ROSES… Moi is ongly de HH dere fi WN/CB/CP/&PudI!!! But I aint complaining or am I…??
My current NEMESIS – Digital Switchover… Have de blinking Bt/Vision but caan get it fi Wok now dat Moi start losing the channels on de Ole tv. Well, well well… Wat more dem ago throw at Moi…????
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