Lateral Flow Testing in the Academy


Remote Learning Parent Information

Urgent mental health help line:  ring 0121 262 3555 for advice and support. This line is available 24 hours, 7 days a week and can be used whether you are known to the service or not.


Domestic Violence: Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid
Helpline: 0808 800 0028. Open 7 days a week 9.15am – 5.15pm (closed bank holidays)

Finally, a reminder that there is a lot of other early help in the city for all young people and families.  Click here for see a whole range of offers:   Birmingham Children’s Partnership – Resource

Midlands SOS Parents’ leaflet  

Face Coverings in Education (updated December 2021)

Happy Maps

Warm home discount schemes

Is my child too ill for School?

Urban Devotion Birmingham


Free School Meals information 
North Parent Telephone Support Line Flyer September 2020

Food Bank Centres

Elim Church food bank,  Elim Church Pheasey, 28 Romney Way, Pheasey, Birmingham B43 7TL

EMAIL:  TEL 0121 360 1239

Erdington Foodbank  PHONE 07474 683 927

Trussell Trust

Witton Lodge Community Association 87 Witton Lodge Rd, Birmingham B23 5JD (Food Vouchers)  01213821930

George Road Baptist Church George Road Erdington B23 7RZ – Open Tuesday’s only 12:00 – 14:00

Six Ways Baptist Church Wood End Road Erdington B24 8AD – Open Thursday’s only 12:00 – 14:00

Emergency and Ongoing help for Families January 2021

Keeping Children Safe OnlineSources of SupportParent Telephone Support Line

When Emotions Explode

Cyber Crime Sentinel – Talking to Children about Coronavirus

Talking to Teenagers about Coronavirus

How to talk to Children about Coronavirus

How to support teenagers 

WM Managing Aggressive Behaviour in the Home Self Help

Barnardos RUSAFE 2020 Online Privacy Settings

NSPCC Website
NSPCC – Keeping Children Safe
NSPCC – Child Mental Health

Birmingham Educational Psychology Service

Birmingham Educational Psychology Service, would like to support all parents and carer’s across the city, offering them telephone consultations with psychologists during the school shut down period. This service is self-referral by parents and is available for any issue they wish to raise around their children and family situation at this time.

Although this service is open to any parent or carer, we would ask you to consider any families who you may consider to be particularly vulnerable at this time, and prompt them to consider this support as something they may find useful.’

Communication and Autism Team (CAT)

COVID-19 & Advice for Parents / Carers

The Communication and Autism Team are here to help you during this difficult time. Our families and children are really important to us and we are here to provide you with support through our telephone helpline service.
Communication and Autism Help is an award winning and innovative online counselling and support service which is now available to all young people across Birmingham aged 11-25 years.

It is a safe, confidential and anonymous way for young people to access emotional wellbeing and early intervention mental health support.  In 2019 – 2020 was accessed by over 150,000 young people and is available across 85% of CCGs area.

Fully trained and qualified counsellors and emotional wellbeing practitioners are available from 12 noon until 10pm Monday-Friday and 6pm-10pm on Saturday and Sunday, 365 days per year, providing a much needed out-of-hours service for emotional support in an accessible way. also offers articles, forum and self-help 24/7.


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Covid Risk Assessment  September 2021




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