If you need uniform for your child/ren or support to help keep your cupboards full, please contact school on 01214645662 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have clean, second-hand uniform (jumpers and cardigans) available in a range of sizes and can refer you to a local foodbank. We can also offer pastoral support and advice.
See below for links to a range of support available for families:
Public Health England provide guidance for supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing
Resources for Autism provide advice if you are caring for a child or family member with autism, to ensure they have the information they need
Citizens Advice Bureau provide support and advice, including things you can do if you’re struggling to pay your bills because of coronavirus
Birmingham Central Foodbank provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis
The Centre for Voluntary Action provides information on how to access the help you need to keep safe and maintain your wellbeing
#YouveBeenMissed campaign is led by a partnership within Birmingham, supporting pupils, parents, carers and education professionals to aid our children and young people return to school. Find out more at:
NSPCC offers advice for parents and carers to support children with anxiety due to coronavirus
Bereavement support is available at 0121 687 8010
Pause is a team of experienced wellbeing practitioners and wellbeing volunteers who will take the time to listen to whatever it is that is troubling you
Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid provide support and guidance for women affected by domestic violence or abuse
Early Help Support: Please read the letter on this link for further information
Edwards Trust is a charity that supports children, young people and adults facing loss and surviving bereavement – Please read this link for further information
Please click the following link for help and advice with different services during the Covid pandemic