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Useful Articles & Links for Parents/Carers


Birmingham City Council Links

Family Hubs : 
Family Hubs bring together a range of organisations and professionals to offer Early Help services , advice, guidance and support. 
Website Link Birmingham - Family Hubs


Bring it on Brum!: 
A programme funded by the Department of Education designed by families in Birmingham to help children, young people and their parents have fulfilling, active, fun-filled and healthy school holidays. 
Website Link: Bring it on Brum!
If you are in need of the HAF code, please contact the school office.


Housing Support: 
Housing Support at Birmingham City Council
Website Link:Birmingham City Council - Housing
If you are in need of housing advice or support please contact the pastoral team. 

The Waiting Room: 
The one stop directory service for health and wellbeing services across Birmingham and Solihull.
Website Link :The Waiting Room


Benefits and Support: 
Advice and guidance regarding Universal Credit, housing benefit, council tax etc. 
Website Link: Benefits & Support - BCC



New Flyers - Summer 2024







Birmingham Adult Education Services 

                                                                               Birmingham Adult Education Service (BAES) is one of the largest adult learning providers nationally with around 8,000 adults studying every year. They are a 'first steps' provider and a perfect way to get back into learning if you have been out of education for a while, or school wasn't a comfortable fit. They have part-time courses from basic entry levels and progress up to level 3 qualification courses (A level equivalent). 

Please do not hesitate to contact school if you would like advice or support about any of the BAES courses.

 Link to the website: 

Birmingham Adult Education Services


Domestic Abuse Services 

Respect - Men's Advice Line
The helpline for male victims of domestic abuse
Link for the website: Respect - Men's advice line 
Freephone : 0808 8010 327



     Birmingham Solihull Women's Aid 
Supporting Women & Children affected by
domestic violence and abuse.
Link for the website: Birmingham Solihull Women's Aid
           Helpline: 0808 8000 028
                                                                                Text Service: 18001 0808 8000 028
                                                                                    (Deaf people & Hearing Impaired people)

    Supporting Women & Children affected by
   domestic violence and abuse. 
         Link for the website: Refuge
       Helpline: 0808 2000 247
         Link for BSL SupportRefuge - BSL



Victim Support 
An independent charity supporting anyone affected by crime. 
Link for the website: Victim Support
Helpline: 0808 1689 111



Bereavement Support Services 

Winston's Wish are the UK's first childhood bereavement charity and have been supporting grieving children and young people since 1992. Winston's Wish provides emotional and practical bereavement support to children, young people (up to 25) and those who care for them. 

Website : Winston's Wish


Sue Ryder supports everyone approaching the end-of-life or living with grief by accessing the support they need. 

Online Bereavement Support, information and advice for families of someone with a terminal illness, including supporting a child or young person when someone is dying and how to explain a terminal diganosis.

Website: Sue Ryder Support Services


Help In Brum 


The Waiting Room

Useful Links & Flyers 






Henry Programme (Healthy Start, Brighter Future) 




Art Workshop 
Join us at New Heights Community Project for free Art Sessions!
Every Tuesday!
3:15pm - 4:45pm 
Free refreshments & All are welcome